Tag: doom

28 – Sighs: The Episode; or, We Jaw About Doom

Doom is out, and it’s really great.  If you’re not in complete agreement with that opinion, just go find somewhere else to spend your time (actually don’t do that, we really need you, please come back).  The Brothers Denton manage to cram a whole bunch of topics into the very beginning — the competition show Face/Off, Pauldrons: The Movie, and celebrity addiction.  Afterward, we dedicate over an hour to John Carmack, John Romero, old Doom, new Doom, and, of course, Turbo Ferraris.  For a fun game, count how many times Bob sighs in this episode.  For some reason he sounds like a dumb miserable baby.

 

(Music Credits: “Running from Evil” from Doom II by Bobby Prince.  All songs and rights belong to their respective owners.)


26 – Part 1: A Huge (Unplanned) Episode of Everything

You know you’re about to hear a quality podcast when we start with a quick discussion about Night Court.  Rance has some sad pet anecdotes again, Bob rants about Disney’s The Little Mermaid, and then there’s a quick game of What’s In Rance’s Knock-Off Ikea Bag.  Bob talks about his recent reading of some of The Punisher comics, as well as some of Marvel’s Daredevil from over the past twenty years.  We bounce around to Captain America: Civil War, some other television series, and our pre-release fears of Bethesda and id software’s new installment of Doom (spoiler: it was obviously released because this is an old podcast and it’s actually great).  There’s a weird quiz where Bob plays Doom midis and Rance has to guess what episode and level they’re from.  And that’s only one-half of the episode!

 

(Music Credits: “Night Court Theme” by Jack Elliott.  All songs and rights belong to their respective owners.)