They’re Tiny, They’re Toony but NOT ALL OF THEIR GAMES ARE CREATED EQUAL!
Goddammit, space is amazing. Through all of history, man has looked up in wonder and tried to capture a slice of that infinite beauty. One day we’ll all be able to experience it firsthand in space ships, which are like submarines but higher. But what will the parking lots of the future look like? Thankfully, we have six games to tell us what that might look like.
Henry and Chris are joined by the sparkly Anne Lewis to give us some extra insight into horror comics to read in this extra scary episode, then we break down all the DC super-movie news, indulge in another superhero spotlight, and dissect the relationship between comics and New York City. Also, this was recorded before the Age of Ultron trailer leaked, so SORRY, but the reaction to it will have to wait for the next episode…
For those of you who enjoy a great story, is there anything better than a narrative that engages you from the very start? Imagine a world so rich you can almost smell the scents in the air, a delivery so clever it forces you to think in a way you never thought you would. I’m Ryan J. Hodge, author, and I’d like to talk to you about…video games.
It’s still October, which means another quasi-spooky episode (spoopisode?), this time about our favorite creepy, horror-infested houses. Then the conversation moves on to this week’s monstrous crop of new releases (including Fantasia: Music Evolved, Bayonetta 2, and Screencheat) and a look at the game characters you’ve dressed up as for Halloween.
Man, Dragon Ball’s a bunch of bullshit. I’m trying to properly articulate how much bullshit, but every time I start to count I end up somewhere else, in some field with my pants down and more money in my pocket than I should have. The short of it is, I read all of DBZ over about a week, and I was either shaking in anger or anticipation for almost all of it.
UPDATE: YouTube video archive embedded below!]
Bet you suckas without Kinect are feeling pretty stupid now! Chris and Dave embrace one another for a playthrough of Fantasia: Music Evolved today at 5PM PACIFIC (8PM EASTERN)