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Flopcast 389: Space Ghost, Ghost to Ghost

Flopcast episode 389! It’s another Flopcast Halloween show, and we’re counting down our favorite ghosts in a terrifying Top 4 ½ List! We have ghosts from cartoons (where Shaggy screamed “ghost” with like eleven syllables), comic books (learn which ghost Kornflake wants to cosplay), sitcoms (we just saw the most

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Flopcast 388: He Reminds Me of Frankenstein

Flopcast episode 388! It’s sort of a Halloween-themed show, but not really! Including: A concert report on super-cool garage pop band Bleached! (Their album Don’t You Think You’ve Had Enough? might be our favorite record of the year…) Another concert report on a Beatles tribute supergroup, with Todd Rundgren, Christopher Cross, Badfinger’s

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Flopcast 387: Hogwash!!

Flopcast episode 387! It’s time to flip through another issue of the magazine we all bought through our school book club long ago, Dynamite! And this 1981 issue is an amazing one, because the cover features a hero of ours, and someone you’ve heard on The Flopcast: James “The Amazing” Randi!

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Flopcast 386: Wham Tangent

Flopcast episode 386! With our DragonCon coverage out of the way (finally!), it’s time to catch up on every other silly thing we’ve done lately. Kornflake reports on Napkin Poetry with Jim’s Big Ego, gum jingles with Marc With a C, Pac-Man Battle Royale at Funspot, and giant bugs at

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Flopcast 385: Live from DragonCon – Cousin Oliver Was Framed!

Flopcast episode 385! From the American Sci-Fi Classics Track at DragonCon 2019 (just a few weeks ago – we’re still sleepy), here’s a fun panel called “Cousin Oliver Was Framed: Classic Sci-Fi Sidekicks”! Joining Kevin on the panel are The Fortress of Baileytude’s Michael Bailey, novelist and Cop Rock enthusiast Michael Williams,

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Flopcast 384: DragonCon 2019 Part 2 – You Get a Spatula!

Flopcast episode 384! This week we cover the second half of our favorite and most exhausting event of the year, DragonCon! (If you noticed a shortage of geeks in your area over Labor Day weekend… they were all in Atlanta. And they were all ahead of us in the line

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Flopcast 383: DragonCon 2019 Part 1 – Hulk Salad

Flopcast episode 383! It was five weird days with 85,000 weird humans… we have so much to cover from DragonCon that we’re splitting it into two episodes! This week’s review includes: The DragonCon Newbie Walking Tours; the ESO Network Meet and Greet; Doctor Who’sDavid Tennant; legendary comic book artist George Pérez;

DragonCon 2019 – Soul Forge Podcast 117

DragonCon 2019 is over, but it was an amazing experience. On this episode, Shawn talks about all the adventures experienced, incredible people met, the panels attended, and so much more. DragonCon is held in Atlanta, Georgia over the Labor Day weekend. This was the 33rd event. To get to Atlanta,

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Flopcast 382: Court-Ordered Piracy

Flopcast episode 382! Our ten-part 80s celebration continues with a quick look at the Top Ten songs this week in 1982! It’s an odd list, with a couple of veteran 60s acts (Paul McCartney and Crosby, Stills, and Nash), a couple of soft rock classics (from Chicago and our true

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Flopcast 381: Prisoners of Pop

Flopcast episode 381! We’re taking a break from our frantic DragonCon preparations to look at the Top Ten songs this week in 1981! The Pointer Sisters wanted a slow hand, the Greatest American Hero was walking on air, there was no getting over Ronnie Milsap, and there was no avoiding

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Flopcast 380: DragonCon Preview – Be My Megaphone

Flopcast episode 380! We’re just days away from that massive annual gathering of the geeks, DragonCon! Why not spend Labor Day weekend in Atlanta with 80,000 of your closest and weirdest friends? In this, our DragonCon preview show, we run through the convention’s various programming tracks, and yikes, there are

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Flopcast 379: Meatballs 4 – Jet Ski Chicken

Flopcast episode 379! All dumb things must come to an end, and you don’t get much dumber than watching all the sequels to that summer camp comedy classic, Meatballs! But our goofy summer project ends now, as we chomp on pizza pie and somehow get through 1992’s Meatballs 4: To the Rescue!

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