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August 27th, 2012
 

Podcast 137

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Podcast Extravaganza. With Mikey out of town, Bobby “Fatboy” Roberts steps in. Topics discussed: The upcoming Canadian Royal Wedding between that dude from Nickelback and that chick with the raccoon eyes, why 90s R&B is not a good place to get love advice, Rob Liefeld is an idiot and Scott Snyder is a mensch, Scalped ended perfectly so now how long before HBO turns it into The Wire Part II, Superman & Wonder Woman? Really? Then an almost hourlong discussion of some of the finest graphic novels ever made, with Allen, Ibrahim, and Bobby sharing their own top 5 lists, featuring a few surprises, some underrated gems, and a couple tearjerkers.

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Depression

Ibrahim Moustafa returns for a special episode. It’s inevitable with the human condition that we’re going to at some point, or often, deal with depression, anxiety, and other forms of mental pain. We decided to do a...
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London

We went to London. Now we’re back. This episode, we cover our adventure in detail from the Tower of London to Stonehenge. To download, right click and select “save as” HERE!!!
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Avengers: Infinity War/Deadpool 2

We missed a week because we straight up forgot, but we decided to record our thoughts on Avengers: Infinity War, and Deadpool 2 before we left for London. Somehow our settings got messed up again, so the recording is a little o...
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Catching Up

Joining us this week for some catching up is show favorite, Ibrahim Moustafa. We of course catch up with what he’s been up to, but we also talk about the importance of keeping in touch as we get older, the role social med...
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Adaptation

This episode we talk about Adaptation. What makes a good adaptation? What makes a bad one? Is the book really better than the movie? Joining us is writer David Walker (Luke Cage, Planet of the Apes, Shaft), and podcaster John C...
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