Saturday, May 21, 2016

Emergency Podcast! The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of the New 52 (Part One)

Rebirth is right around the corner so Eric, Jim and Reggie take the advice of J-Man and record (for the second time) part one of the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the New 52 emergency podcast.  Hear their picks for top three good books, bad books and ugly moments as well as some general thoughts on the New 52 as a whole.  They even talk a little about their hopes and dreams of what Rebirth will be.  Enjoy!

Dungeons & Dragons #1 Review - Saturday Morning Weirdness

Go For The Eyes, Boo!

Written by: Jim Zub
Art by: Nelson Daniel and Neil Uyetake
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: May 4, 2016

I am a huge Dungeons & Dragons fan and that goes for the table top pencil and  paper game as well as the later computer games.  As a kid, I couldn't get enough and while I struggled to find people to play with early on, I still bought all the rules books and modules and ate them up.  Some of my best memories as a kid were from the summer that me and my friends actually did more than create crazy characters and played through three full adventures. Well, "played through" is a little bit of an exaggeration because we didn't quite make it out of the Barrier Peaks!  After that summer, however, we never really played much, but that didn't stop me from buying the new editions and hoping to recapture the magic.

That magic did return when Bioware released the original Baldur's Gate computer role playing game.  It was so damn good and almost all of those friends that played that summer years ago gathered online and we had a blast.  While I loved Baldur's Gate II (it was second on my list of favorite CRPGs of All-Time HERE), most of my friends had moved on to MMORPGs by then.  If you ask anyone who their favorite character(s) were from those games, 99% will tell you "Minsc and Boo" without hesitation.  To this day, my buddy, Jay, yells "Go for the eyes Boo!" more than he really should be allowed.  I still laugh every time.  So, when I heard that Jim Zub was coming out with another D&D comic again featuring Minsc and Boo, I was in.  Now that I've read it, is the D&D magic still alive and well, and I'm not talking about Leomund's Tiny Hut...or am I?  Let's find out...

Friday, May 20, 2016

Injustice:Year Five #10 Review - Print Edition

How Bizarre?

Written by: Brian Buccellato
Art by: Mike S. Miller, J. Nanjan and Wes Abbott
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: May 18, 2016

Injustice is one of my favorite books and while I usually read and review it digitally, I am giving the print issue a try.  This will be an easy on for me because it is the ending of the Bizarro story and I love me some Bizarro!  Of course, everything that's led up to this issue has kind of pointed in the direction of bad news for my backwards superhero, but I'll take whatever I can get.  The big question, however, is what Lex Luthor is going to do now that his little experiment gone wrong has come home to talk to daddy.  What happens and is it any good?  Let's find out...

Top 5 Fridays: Top 5 New 52 Wonder Woman Moments

Welcome back to another wonder-filled installment of Top Five Fridays. Last week I went over the top five moments of the new 52 Batman written by Scott Snyder. Wall that was more of a tribute to Scott Snyder I felt that I should cover Wonder Woman and Superman as well. Honor the Trinity before Rebirth begins. This week Wonder Woman's New 52 run has come to a close… It was all right in my opinion. However despite the finale being average, it did make me think about the adventures Wonder Woman has gone through over the past five years. That's why today will be going over her top five moments during them. As always this list is based on my opinion so if you don't see a moment you like or you don't like a particular moment on this last I apologize. With that out of the way, let's dive in!

Thursday, May 19, 2016

The Legend of Wonder Woman Chapter #26 Review

Total Eclipse of the Heart

Written by: Renae De Liz
Art by: Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon
Cover Price: $0.99
Release Date: May 19, 2016

I always hate when someone tells me they have good news/bad news for me.  I don't know about you, but every time it pops up, the bad news far outweighs the good.  I mean, really outweighs it! Thankfully, I can finally break the trend because the good news here totally destroys the bad.  I guess for drama sake, I should tell you that bad first...This awesome series is coming to an end.  I actually knew it was nearing the end, but I guess I thought that if I didn't acknowledge it, it might not happen. The good new...DC has agreed to let Renae De Liz and Ray Dillon have a second volume!  I told you the good news kicked total butt.  Just as much as this book has.  I personally have recommended it to anyone who will listen to me and not one person has been anything but thrilled after jumping in.  I actually got an email today from our friend, Red Robert, who said, "I started reading the Legend of Wonder Woman and I ADORE IT!" and called it "amazing" and "delightful".  You know what, he's right, it is amazing and delightful.  Plus, De Liz promised that she has plenty of Etta stories to tell so a second volume is bound to be even better.  Actually, that's pretty hard to imagine.  I really have to stop gushing like this every time I start a review for this book, but it really is my favorite book out right now and I am tired of being so damn negative all the time.  It's time to put a smile on our faces and get on with this week's review...

Robin: Son of Batman #12 Review and *SPOILERS*

Lousy Kids and Their Take Over The World Plots

Written By: Ray Fawkes
Art By: Ramon Bachs, Mat Lopes, Tom Napolitano
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: May 18, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

While I love Damian Wayne and his role as Robin to our Batman, this series has been something that I haven't really gravitated towards the way I originally thought I would when it was announced.  Yeah, it has its moments now and again, but for the most part I guess I just wanted more of a Robin book than a Damian Wayne book dealing with Al Ghul business........ while dressed as Robin.  That's on me though and like every other book I go to review, I go in with a happy open mind because despite what some people like to believe, I want to love every book I read........ Especially if they're about Damian kicking some Arkham ass in Gotham, but yeah, we don't have that here.  Let's jump into this issue and see if Damian accompanied by his parents can stop Suren Darga from bringing on the end of the world.......... and the location for the beginning of the apocalypse just so happens to be at Dinosaur Island!  As cool as that sounds though we don't really do much with dinosaurs or the majority of the island...... spoilers bitches!  Let's check it out.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Harley Quinn #28 Review and **SPOILERS**

Goin’ to the Chapel and We’re Gonna Get Bloodied

Written By: Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti
Art By: John Timms, Alex Sinclair, Moritat, Hi-Fi
Cover Price: $3.99
On Sale Date: May 18, 2016


One of the side effects of reviewing every book containing Harley Quinn throughout the DCU is that, sometimes, I step into an issue of Harley Quinn and I need to familiarize myself with the plot. “Is this the one where there’s a Jewish Harley Quinn or the one where she gets red and black power rings?” It doesn’t take long to get acclimated, it’s not like this is a problem with the comic book, it’s just funny how, inside my head, Harley is always in between three or more wacky adventures. I imagine it’s much worse for Conner and Palmiotti, who have to remember this story plus stories months into the future! Well you needn’t worry your pretty little head over that, dear reader, because I have only reviewed one comic book, issue number twenty-eight of Harley Quinn. And you can see that specified, tailored review if you read on!

Martian Manhunter #12 Review and *SPOILERS*

I Wasn't Built As A Weapon, I Was Built To Have People Inside of Me

Written By: Rob Williams
Art By: Ben Oliver, Gabe Eltaeb, Tom Napolitano
Cover Price: $2.99
Release Date: May 18, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

It's been a long strange run of Martian Manhunter in his attempt to bring back the dead Mars from the past..... and at times seeming like he was trying to prevent it as well, but it's all over now folks.  No more Martian Manhunter....... and I blame you.  Yeah, that's a dick thing to say, but it's crazy to me that this book didn't do better because this is definitely one of the best books to come out of the DCYou last June.  The story so far is all about getting the Martian refugees that have been brought back with the Mars from the past off the planet before it's destroyed and thanks to Alicia showing the living embodiment of the planet that people aren't all dicks, the being lets the barriers around the planet down and Martian Manhunter and Pearl....... in the shape of gigantic war city mechs attempt to get to safety.  Too bad that Mr. Biscuits wasn't around for this because who wouldn't have wanted him talking about cookies at the end of this book.  Let's jump into this issue and see if Earth is saved and if Martian Manhunter can live his dream of not being the last of his kind.  Let's check it out.

Renae De Liz Announces Legend of Wonder Woman Vol. 2

Everyone who comes to our little site should already know this, but I LOVE THE LEGEND OF WONDER WOMAN!!!  Really, I love everything about it.  So, it really upset me a couple of months ago when Renae De Liz went on Twitter and announced that it looked like the chances of a second volume of the book were zero to none.  Well, it looks like things have changed.  It's amazing what good sales and an Eisner nomination can get you nowadays! So I was so excited when Renae went back on Twitter to give fans the great news...

Superman: American Alien #7 Review

Who Do You Play For?

Written by: Max Landis
Art by: Jock, Lee Loughridge and John Workman
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: May 18, 2016

American Alien is one of the real shining lights for Superman fans and believe me, we all need some light in our lives.  Yes, I said "we" because I am one of those fans who has suffered through the New 52 and while I am cautiously optimistic about Rebirth at least I still have American Alien to get me through these dark times.  With that said, this is the final issue and while I am excited to see how it all ends, it's just sad that it's ending.  Max Landis has given us a slightly off kilter version of Superman's origin that has been touching, fun and at times even horrifying.  Every time a new issue comes out, I can't wait to see what Landis will show us, but also how he will do it.  That goes with the art, as well.  Each issue has a new artist jump on board and it's been a joy to see their version of the Man of Steel.  So, does this issue finish it all off with a bang?  Let's find out...

The Flash Season 2 Episode 22 “Invincible" Review and **SPOILERS**

Written By: Brooks Roberts & David Kob 
Directed By: Jesse Warn
First Aired: May 17, 2016

Last week was 99% fucking-balls-to-the-face-AWESOME! It was the best episode of the season and easily one of the best episodes of the entire run. We learned about the speed force, we found out why Barry has been being suck a fucking tool all season, we got to see the awesome pairing of Cisco and Iris and we didn't really even have to deal with add on characters like Jesse and Wally who have been brought in to play the "Sam from Diff'rent Strokes" roll of show killer.  It reminded us of all that we love about Barry Allen and the Flash Mob (TM). 

My only issue with the episode is that in the final scene, a scene that seemed to be setting up tonight's episode. It reminded me that Jay "Male-porn-stars-act-circles-around-me" Garrick is our fucking villain, and that they have completely shit the bed with any sort of character development for Caitlin Snow. Add a gallery of villains so corny that they looked like a cheesy add for one of them Halloween superstores that pop up in old vacated Blockbusters and those 30 seconds ruined a Flash-rection that was raging for the prior 59 minutes and 30 seconds. 

Fuck it. I am hoping we can ride the momentum tonight, though I am skeptical because tonight's feature villain is the Earth-2 version of the least likable member of Team Arrow, Laurel "I'm the type of asshole that tells the teacher they forgot to assign homework" Lance. Fingers crossed gang.

Caught up? Good. Let's get into tonight's proceedings. 

Superman/Wonder Woman #29 Review


Written by: Peter J. Tomasi
Art by: Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez and Rob Leigh
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: May 18, 2016

While I have been a bit down on the Final Days of Superman as a whole, it is still one of the best Superman stories of the New 52.  That actually sounds even sadder as I wrote it and I guess being a Superman fan has been pretty sad for years.  I'd love to say that the end is near, but who the hell knows what we are going to get with Rebirth.  I was hoping by this point that we'd have a bit more of an idea, but unfortunately, that's one of my biggest problems with this crossover.  We aren't really moving forward.  Tomasi has used each issue to do a little recap, introduce a new character and then move on to the next chapter where we rinse and repeat.  Hey, I'm not against a nice rinse now and again, it's the repeat that gets me down.

I'm sure that all you haters out there are mumbling, "But Jim, we got to see the New 52 Superman meet the Pre-Flashpoint Superman last issue!"  First off, stop mumbling!  People will hear you mumbling and think you are a psycho and while you may be a hater, I'd hate for people to get the wrong idea about you.  I mean, it's tough enough making new friends nowadays without people thinking you're a loony tune.  You're welcome and yes, we did finally get the meeting of the two Supermen and it barely lasted one panel.  EPIC FAIL!  Maybe we will get more this issue and I'll look like a real idiot, right?  Really?  You think I would write that without first reading the issue?  I am not that big of a dummy...or am I?  Let's find out...

Titans Hunt #8 Review and *SPOILERS*

All Growed Up

Written By: Dan Abnett
Art By: Paul Pelletier, Ray McCarthy, Wayne Faucher, Hi-Fi, Carlos M. Mangual
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: May 18, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Well, we've finally come to the end people and I gotta tell you....... I've been pretty freaking lost this series.  What with the timelines that don't seem to match up, our Titans apparently forgetting about Mr. Twister as a way to keep him at bay...... even though the townsfolk seem to have forgotten too.... It's all very weird, but if we can get beyond that and get some bad ass Titans stories out of this, well I'm all for it.  In our previous issue, we had a bunch of our Titans taking a break from this story to deal with Diablo and even though they were kind of explained, it didn't seem to work with this series and everything else that's been going on, but now that we're done with that it's time to get a convergence going on so all of our Titan heroes can get to Mr. Twister's dark tower so that they can finally....... hopefully take him down so that we can get all the answers that have been plaguing us throughout this series.  Let's jump into this issue and see what's what.  let's check it out.

Aquaman #52 Review and *SPOILERS*

Don't Swim Angry

Written By: Dan Abnett
Art By: Vincente Cifuentes, Juan Castro, Guy Major, Tom Napolitano
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: May 18, 2016

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

It's time for the King of Atlantis to end his tenure in the New 52/DCYou before everything changes........ or doesn't change at all in Rebirth.  Details are still a little sketchy to me about what's going to happen after that 80 page Rebirth prologue.  Anyway, we're looking at Aquaman and what's going on right now and last we saw of our fish talking friend is that he was going after Scavenger to find out what his involvement was in turning Jonah Payne into the demonic looking Dead Water......... and something about rage water........ that's still a little vague too.  Hopefully Aquaman can get his answers and hopefully Mera can take down Dead Water now that he's broken out of his SpinDrift containment.  Let's jump into this issue and see what's what.  Let's check it out.

Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death #5 Review and **SPOILERS**

Gorse Just Wanna Have Fun

Written By: Amy Chu
Art By: Clay Mann and Stephen Segovia, Seth Mann, Sandu Florea, Art Thibert, Ulises Arreola
Letters By: Janice Chiang
Cover Price: $2.99
On Sale Date: May 18, 2016


Oh boy! Here we are, one issue away from the conclusion to Poison Ivy, and we’re sure to get some answers to our burning questions now! For instance: what is happening? Also: why? There have been some cool scenes in this series, but by and large I am at a total loss. And I can understand some of the mystery, yet I also feel I should understand more about Poison Ivy’s reasoning for growing a couple of Cabbage Patch Kids at home, or why Gotham City Botanical Gardens had an entirely abandoned wing, or even why the Botanical Gardens has such a large permanent structure at all. Is this a public attraction or a flower fortress? Was it super-popular until video games took root, and then they had to scale back the operation by leaving one-fifth of the place derelict? How much money is allocated to the Botanical Gardens, anyway? Clearly I am hoping that this issue will consist mainly of a public forum and budget planning by local city government. Do I get my wish, or do we see another comic about a hot lady with plant powers? Read on to find out!

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

The Adventures of Supergirl Chapter 9 Review and **SPOILERS

The Woman With the Iron Face in the Iron Mask

Written By: Sterling Gates
Art By: Carmen Carnero, Sandra Molina
Letters By: Saida Temofonte
Cover Price: $0.99
On Sale Date: May 16, 2016


It looks like Supergirl is going to get another season, at the regular home for Greg Berlanti’s shared DC universe, the CW. And I couldn’t be gladder about it! Those who read my recaps of the television show for the second half of the season will know I found Supergirl to be okay, but not particularly thrilling, and I couldn’t help but feel that the variance in tenor was due to it being on CBS. To support my contention, I’ll direct your attention to the three other DC Comics-based shows on the CW network that are very similar in tone, and fairly engaging and action-packed besides. I think that this network change could be the shot in the arm Supergirl needs to realize its potential, and if nothing else this makes it easier for Kara Danvers to do crossovers, which are always awesome. Yes, you’ve got my number Berlanti, now take my money in the form of ad revenue accrued by the time I spent watching your television programs! So Supergirl comes back in the Fall, but in the meantime we’ve got the very engaging and enjoyable Adventures of Supergirl digital series written by Sterling Gates. Hmm…maybe the other television shows should be ported to comics as well? I mean, if it’s budgets you’re worried about, even the most lavish comic book costs a small fraction of your average television episode. And comics can still be great! Something you may find if you read on to my review!

Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Five Chapter #22 Review

SPF 1,000,000

Written by: Brian Buccellato
Art by: Xermanico, Rex Lokus and Wes Abbott
Cover Price: $0.99
Release Date: May 17, 2016

Last week's chapter of Injustice was easily the best of Buccellato's run and one of my favorites of the entire series.  If you've been reading my reviews for this series (over a hundred of them as of now), you know that I'm a sucker for character moments and last issue had them in spades.  Harley may have had the most screen time and her scenes were excellent, but nothing can beat the quiet moment of Mirror Master and Golden Glider sharing a beer with the Flash while they honor their fallen brothers.  Seriously, it's still giving me goosebumps.  Sure, the chapter might have ended with Harley and "Shazzy" beating the crap out of each other, but I came into this week hoping for more of what made the issue great.  I'll clue you's back, but is it as good?  Let's find out...

Future Quest #1 Review and *SPOILERS

Quest Accepted

Written By: Jeff Parker
Art By: Evan “Doc” Shaner, Steve “The Dude” Rude
Cover Price: $3.99
On Sale Date: May 18, 2016


I may be the youngest writer here on the blog, but I’ve had my fair share of Hanna-Barbera cartoons. I remember waking up in the early morning to see reruns of Space Ghost, the Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, as well as clips from shows like the Herculoids and Birdman. They were cool, exciting, but most importantly: Fun. So when DC announced their Hanna-Barbera comics, I was excited. I was picked to do Future Quest, a book where all the action heroes of the Hanna-Barbera universe(like those listed above) unite against a common foe. So how is the first chapter of this team up decades in the making? Let’s find out... 

Arrow Season 4 Episode 21 "Monument Point" Review and *SPOILERS*

I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire
Director: Kevin Tancharoen
Writers: Speed Weed & Jenny Lynn
Air Date: May 16, 2016

*This review contains SPOILERS! Score and Non-Spoilers at the bottom!*

We are reaching the end of our journey into Arrow’s year of magic and Damien has begun moving his pieces to finish his master plan. Last time, we learned what H.I.V.E.’s Genesis plan is. Using an algorithm called rubicon(created by Amanda Waller), H.I.V.E. will activate all the nuclear warheads to wipe out humanity with the exception of a small group under the Earth’s crust. This would put H.I.V.E. in control of what little population is left and Damien Darhk gaining more power for his totem, making him practically a god. So how will our favorite group of vigilantes, whose biggest threat has been an army of super soldiers, go up against their first real world threat? Let’s dive in and find out...

Gotham Season 2 Episode 21 "A Legion of Horribles" Review and *SPOILERS*

Who’s in Charge?
Director: Rob Bailey
Writers: Jordan Harper
Air Date: May 16, 2016

*This review contains spoilers! Score and Non-Spoilers at the bottom!*

Well, it’s time for the penultimate episode of the season, which while a big improvement from last season could get REALLY silly sometimes. Two weeks ago, we had the dramatic reveal of Azrael who brutally took down many officers and looking badass while doing it. Then last week that badass knight turned into a stereotypical slasher movie villain when he went after Bruce Wayne… Then was blown up by Butch with a rocket launcher. Its patterns like this that make the season really hit or miss with me. Bruce Wayne now is leading a group into Arkham to save Selina(which is Bruce’s fault for getting her trapped), but with Hugo Strange in control, anything can happen. So what happens? Let’s find out...

Top 5 Computer RPGs of All-Time - Just for the Hell of It Mondays

Okay, I guess this list should actually be called, "Jim's Favorite Computer RPGs of All-Time", but who is going to look up that on Google?!?  Now that you are here, though, I want to let you know that I am a huge fan of any sort of Role Playing and yes, that even includes the sexy kind!  My favorite of that has to be the ever popular "Neanderthal meets the Cro-Magnon while hunting and gathering", but hey, I'm a sucker for the classics!  That is for another list, though, because we are here to talk about Computer RPG's.  I'm sure some people will be upset that their favorites aren't included, but I had a couple of rules in mind when I came up with this top 5.  First, I had to actually have played the game on a computer.  I know that sounds silly, but while I loved such games as Knights of the Old Republic, Mass Effect 2 and Skyrim, I played them on a console and this list will not include them. Second, I had to have actually played the game.  I am not going to fake the funk and include games that pop up on all these lists just because they pop up on all these lists.  I promise you, I have played a ton of RPGs, but I certainly haven't played all of them.  Now that the rules have been set, here is my list of Top 5 Computer RPGs of All-Time

DC's Legends of Tomorrow Episode 15 "Destiny" Review and **SPOILERS**

Director: Olatunde Osunsanmi
Story: Marc Guggenheim
Teleplay:Phil Klemmer & Chris Fedak
Air Date: May 12, 2016

I looked up this show on IMDB, yesterday, in order to familiarize myself with what people thought about it. Boy was I surprised. This series is apparently incredibly divisive, scoring a 7.3 and earning the title of second lowest scoring current DC show. For the sake of comparison: Smallville earned a 7.5 and Arrow and Gotham both earned an  8.0. Now, I don't judge a show by the perceptions of others, but they do peak my curiosity. Largely speaking, I feel like LOT is probably a bit better than people give it credit for, not great, but pretty good. With that in mind, I head into this episode hoping that it will prove me right. I don't like having to eat my words.

Monday, May 16, 2016

Five Questions With...Action Lab's Shawn Gabborin

Since I've been obsessing over the Puppet Master film series most of my life...... and now over Action Labs: Danger Zone's on-going series featuring my favorite killer puppets, I actually got up the nerve to send the writer of the series and Editor-In-Chief of Action Labs, Shawn Gabborin a Weird Science style list of questions....... which thankfully, he decided to play along with.  See what stalking gets you kids!  To my surprise....... and utter enjoyment, Shawn Gabborin went beyond expectations when he actually turned out to be as huge of a Puppet Master.... and really, Full Moon fan as I am.  Now all we have to do is become roommates and start a horror reality show!  Let's check out what strange ass questions I threw at Mr. Gabborin and how he amazed me with his answers.

Puppet Master #10 Review and *SPOILERS* - Just For The Hell of It Mondays

I Thought Camille's Depiction In This Was A Little Wooden...... Ha!

Written By: Shawn Gabborin
Art By: Antonio Ontiveros, Daniel Morales Olvera
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: December 23, 2015

Publisher: Action Labs: Danger Zone

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Let's get back to my Just For The Hell of It Mondays obsession with Puppet Master and the mystery of who is actually killing the children at the Boudeston Institute for Troubled Tots and Teens.  In the previous issue we saw that during one of Camille's attacks, that the puppets tried to stop, but failed, that Camille bled when Blade attacked her and even though I'm a big ass dummy, even I understand that wooden women don't bleed........ well, at least not red.  With this big mystery going on, we also have the tasks that the demon Anapa is sending our wooden wonders on so that they can repay his kindness for not swallowing their souls and all that.  It's the world of Puppet Master and from all these things that Shawn Gabborin is setting up, the world that I loved for most of my life is about to get even more spectacular.  Let's jump into this issue and see if the new Puppet Master Anthony can find the real killer and if Anapa can really be appeased.  Let's check it out.

Weird Side #19

Words and Art by: Paul B.

How did I know that there would be at least one panel of me drinking a hot cup of pee this week? It wasn't just drinking it, but that I warmed it up that was the worst.  Of course, if you have no idea what any of this means, head on over and check out our podcast and then come back and laugh as Paul somehow makes the garbage that comes out of our mouths funny.  I can only imagine what's going to come from our Just for the Hell of It Rap Attack episode, but I'm sure there will be a boom box and a little kid who ended up with a broken nose when all he wanted to do was fit in...and dance!  That little boy only wanted to dance!!!  -My name is Spoon James and I came to say...

My Favorite Things w/o 5/16/2016 - Just For The Hell Of It Monday

Welcome back to my weekly list of things I love that you should love too for the week of May 16, 2016.

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Episode 71: Final Days of Superman, Batman and Three Card Monty

You know it's a long podcast when you see both the sun set and rise while recording and that's just what Jim and Eric did this week.  Reggie and Chris also show up and there are listener rants and raves, mail and of course DC Comics News and Reviews.  Don't forget to bring the cheddar cheese because this here is a rib eating party!  Enjoy!

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Just for the Hell of it Podcast Episode 4: Rap Attack

Reggie finally got his way and here is the result...the Just for the Hell of it Rap Attack podcast. If there was one thing that brought the Weird Science Get Fresh Crew together, it was their love of rap music. Listen as three old white guys wax poetic about a music that has given them such joy (come on, come on) and pain (what else, what else). Find out who bought a bootleg copy of Amerikkka's Most Wanted for his brother, who stopped being a Juggalo because he hates camping and who got his nose broken for listening to Rapper's Delight...and so much more! So get your Gas Face on, grab your Buddy and Bring the Noise! But please be warned...Parental Discretion Iz Advised. Enjoy!