Tag: comics

34 – Here Comes Bob, the Famous Man (Clustercast)

That’s right!  Bob is now famous, and it’s up to you to listen to this podcast and find out why (Secret: It’s not nearly as famous as you think, and not for any actually good reason).  This episode features our friend Mike and his comedic stylings as he desperately tries to keep his big brain up with our interminable stupidity.  Hold our hands and leap off with us into conversations about The Long Dark Let’s Plays, Garth Ennis and Alan Moore (again with the gerbils), the Alien series, Prometheus, Adam Savage’s Brain Candy tour, Robocop, and more!  This weeks very special feature involves Bob readily some really sexy fiction from the Mass Effect universe, and John Carmack’s Twitter makes another very special appearance.  Can’t get enough?  Neither can we.  Deal with it.


(Music Credits: “Emo Trump” as featured on SuperDeluxe.  All songs and rights belong to their respective owners.)

 


15 – Captain America, Batman vs. Superman, and Fallout (Clustercast)

Some episodes don’t have much direction — just like this one! This week, the Brothers Denton are joined by Rance’s wife Katie (an insufferable nerd in her own right and a member of the Hazard County Hellions) to discuss various topics in movies, comic-book movies, games, space-games, asteroids, 80’s metal, orbiting, Fallout 4, Bob’s old baja-style pull-over, bad nicknames, and a whirlwind of other nonsensical B.S. We briefly discuss our opinions of the trailers for Captain America: Civil War and Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, but quickly fall back into cheap tricks like shouting at the top of our lungs and letting the cat usurp the microphone. We banter about our current reading (R.A. Salvatore’s Archmage, The Wicked + The Divine, and Saga), and spend a good amount of our time reflecting upon a few movies that we truly despise.


(Music credits: “Anything Goes” by Cole Porter.  All songs and rights belong to their respective owners.)


1 – The Brothers’ Maiden Voyage

The Brothers Denton — Bob and Rance — babble incessantly, empowered by modern technology and one very unfortunate microphone that drew the shortest straw.  In this episode, we introduce ourselves and our love for comic books, movies, and video games (not including The Big Bang Theory; you find out what Bob thinks about that particular gem).  We offer a multitude of excuses for our lack of knowledge about those things for which we express adoration; likewise, we verbally amble on without direction or organization.  There is some awkward laughter.  We agree very loudly with one another and sometimes repeat what the other’s already said.  You will be amused.  Or you will think it’s just trash.