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  • Flame On :: Episode 156 :: Elvira, Seafood, and Keyblades, OH MY!

    fo_logo_1400x1400Flame ON! is the all-gay, all-geek podcast. Tune in as we dish on the latest in pop and queer culture!

    We kick this episode off with movie chatter including mention of Spiderman: Homecoming (a full review is on the way) before talking about Zygote. Then we dig into D23, Disney’s annual conference, where they revealed plans to bring the Tron coaster to Orlando, an immersive Star Wars hotel, and when you’ll be able to swing keyblades in Toy Story World on your console in Kingdom Hearts 3! From there it’s TV time where the boys discuss the casting of Squirrel Girl, the 13th Doctor (spoiler alert, it’s a WOMAN!!!), and the new Netflix series, Castlevania! Bryan and Pat then get to chat about their trip to Provincetown for Bear Week before we do a shallow dive into comics.

    All of this and more is waiting for you in this episode, so get ready to FLAME ON! (more…)

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  • Friday Night Fanfiction :: Woo

    The drunken fanfiction podcast you’ve been waiting for! Friday Night Fanfiction combines dramatic readings of the worst-of-the-worst NSFW fanfic with drinking games.

    It’s always the darkest before the dawn. We continue our sordid trek through “Big Bang Theory Gang Bang Orgy” by Baranbrat – Presidents were impersonated, Die’s were Harded, Woo’s were woo’d, and many intricate discussions about internal bodily functions happened. The smiles hurt on top of the pain of reading… Even when we’re having fun it’s almost unbearable. (more…)

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  • Nerdy Show 293 :: Escape from Ape-Catraz

    The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast unloads on the latest geek news and happenings!

    Something genuinely strange has happened friends. There was once a age where summer blockbusters were a popcorn-munching escapist’s paradise of awesome stories coupled with dazzling effects. But those days were long past, plots got dumber, and quality films became few and far between… Until now. Against all odds, summer 2017 has hit hard with stellar films. Films that are critically acclaimed, artfully crafted, and explosive in the effects department. In this episode we share our awe and wonderment with Spider-Man Homecoming and War For the Planet of the Apes. But that’s not all.

    Join Cap, boR, Tony, and Brandon as we explore not only our summertime film habits, but the amazing TV we’ve seen too including the new Warren Ellis-penned Castlevania on Netflix, cartoons we’ve caught up on, and other treats from the small screen. Plus: Brandon’s Apes notes he scrawled in the darkened theatre, a few good books, and the Splatoon-fueled debate of cake vs. ice cream. (more…)

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  • The Orphans: Facility – Episode II: Error

    In this prequel spin-off of The Orphans, we go deeper into the history of the mysterious facility from Season One.

    The cloning process is well under way, and in the isolation of his solitary posting, Baz turns to the GeoFFRy unit for friendship. After coming face-to-face with the cold-heartedness of the A.I., Baz wonders if perhaps, with a little tweaking, he can make this new GeoFFRy model more sympathetic to human emotions. (more…)

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  • Lightning Dogs: The Official Paw’dcast :: Episode 22 :: The Horrors of Queen Lich

    Ride with The Lightning Dogs: canines from another world; stranded on a post-apocalyptic Earth. It’s a crazy idea fueled by our favorite 80s pop culture and we’ve been recording our development of it since the moment lightning struck. Join us on our quest to build this world and launch it as an animated series.

    She once was human – but sacrificed her humanity at the alter of science! Queen Lich is the boogeyman of The Wasteland – harvesting the genetic material of unsuspecting peoploids for her sinister experiments… but there’s still so much we don’t know about her. The team brainstorms new takes on this nemesis while Tony devises some accompanying visuals for her action-figure ready, hot-swappable visage. We pull references from some of our favorite eerie corners of pop culture and create for the queen a deeper backstory and truly unsettling cohort.

    But that’s not all! In this episode we go deeper behind the scenes than ever before and take you into the business meeting that changed our intentions for Lightning Dogs completely. (more…)

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  • State of the Empire :: Episode 36 :: Rogue One Six Months Later: The Great Anthology Experiment

    State of the Empire is Nerdy Show’s Star Wars speculation podcast where we “look for news in Alderaan places”.

    One of the most exciting things to come from Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm was the chance to tell new Star Wars stories on the big screen –  stories beyond the ever-continuing the episodic saga. Films exploring The Old Republic, Boba Fett finally having a chance to really earn that fan following, tales of smugglers, scoundrels, and smarmy aliens – anything is possible. The debut spin-off film, Rogue One, was a ballsy first foray into a bigger cinematic universe; and with that risk came a Hutt-load of trouble.

    Rogue One released to great acclaim and profit, but what hasn’t yet come out is the real story of what went on behind the scenes. In the months following the film’s release, the rumors about drastic, character-reshaping reshoots have become more and more substantiated and fragmented clues about the movie’s original narrative have been scattered like the dust of Alderaan across numerous filmmaker interviews. Was Rogue One a bad film saved at the last minute? A better movie made safer by focus groups? This film’s production is a fascinating untold story, and in this episode we’re assembling all the nuggets of insight we’ve collected.

    Who was Sergent Jyn Erso? Was Krennic ever a competent villain? Who lived and who died between reshoot and release? Will we see more ? and ?? And perhaps biggest of all, what do the struggles of Rogue One and the meltdown of the Han Solo film mean for the future of these experiments in Star Wars filmmaking? (more…)

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  • Friday Night Fanfiction :: Dark Chocolate Beef Stick

    The drunken fanfiction podcast you’ve been waiting for! Friday Night Fanfiction combines dramatic readings of the worst-of-the-worst NSFW fanfic with drinking games.

    Sample forbidden and horrible delicacies and profusely inappropriate renditions of already cringe-worthy TV in Baranbrat’s “Big Bang Theory Gang Bang Orgy“. This… this is gonna suck. And it did. There was LOTS of sucking involved, along with some of the funniest most terrible sexual writing we’ve read this season.

    Lumps were identified, Tiduses were laughed, and panties were eaten. (more…)

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  • Wicked Anime Podcast :: Episode 117 :: Ballroom Blitz (Summer 2017)

    Wicked Anime brings you awesome animated commentary every other week!

    The summer 2017 season of anime is upon us and . . . we’re less than enthused. While this chart may be the least exciting we’ve come across in quite a few seasons, we are still determined to watch it all to find that diamond in the rough!

    Join Jonathan and Andrew as they talk about what’s happening in anime and the miniscule picks from the summer 2017 anime season! PLUS – Ballroom Kung-Fu, birds and the bees, and audio malfunctions!

    P.S. We do apologize for the end of the episode, due to an unknown malfunction, the last 10 minutes of the recording was lost.


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  • Nerdy Show Interview: 40 Years of Cerebus the Aardvark with Gerhard

    When The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast isn’t unloading on the latest geek news and happenings, we’re diving deep into super-specific discussions and interviews.

    Cap celebrates 40 years of a comic book milestone: Cerebus the Aardvark. It’s an independent comic that took the world by storm, changed the industry forever, and broke bold new ground with its hilarious and heart-rending story. The series was written and drawn by Dave Sim with background artist, Gerhard. Together they chronicled the life of this ill-fated aardvark with Sim drawing the characters and Gerhard anchoring the cartoon animal into immaculately rendered environments.

    This archival HeroesCon panel is a one-on-one conversation with Gerhard as Cap learns about the artists’ collaborative process in creating the longest-running indie comic of all-time, how to ditch school but still get some book learnin’, and breaking beyond the background with Gerhard’s new project, The Smile of the Absent Cat, written by Grant Morrison for Heavy Metal. (more…)

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  • Liberty: Tales from the Tower :: Entry 2-05: Side Effects

    From the world of Liberty comes Tales From the Tower – Standalone stories of myths, legends, and horror to haunt the Citizens of Atrius.

    A new drug is devastating Citizens within Atrius. One brave doctor is willing to do anything it takes to understand and counter the effects of this psychedelic, including trying the drug himself. “Side Effects” is written by Lake Clarity‘s Pacific S. Obadiah – check out their series and the Kickstarter for their second season.

    Join your host for this nighttime broadcast and and hope that the Archon watches over you.

    Vote for Liberty in the Podcast Awards! Look for “Liberty” under the Arts & People’s Choice categories (more…)

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  • Friday Night Fanfiction :: The Great Chicken War

    The drunken fanfiction podcast you’ve been waiting for! Friday Night Fanfiction combines dramatic readings of the worst-of-the-worst NSFW fanfic with drinking games.

    Ohhhhhh boy. Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. Oh god, oh man, oh god, oh man, oh god.

    We return to the works of beloved author, Mr. Comicsnix, and the pain, anguish, and laughter that all his writing bestows upon us. In this episode we tackle some old classics involving Batman, Robocop, Superman, and Inspector Gadget in two wonderful tales. First, “Batman and Robocop: The Day the Men found Love“, in which David’s chickens fight and we discuss how phone sex with Robocop would work. Not to be outdone, “Doomsday Womb” is one of the most epic stories we’ve ever read; involving Kryptonite cockrings and Large Hadron Colliders. To round it all off, Val reads a beautiful poem compiled by loyal fan, Kutsu Shita, entitle “The Great Dicks of Earth“. Many jokes were made, many technical issues overcome, and much too much alcohol was imbibed. (more…)

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  • Flame On :: Episode 155 :: Wonder Woman Review

    fo_logo_1400x1400Flame ON! is the all-gay, all-geek podcast. Tune in as we dish on the latest in pop and queer culture!

    The time has finally arrived! The episode you’ve been waiting years for! (Or at least it felt like it.) WONDER WOMAN! The boys of Flame ON!, Bryan, Oral, and Pat are joined by the long-missing Muscle Daddy Eric and special guest Erik, sit down around the table to discuss Diana Prince’s arrival to the DCEU proper with her first solo movie! Did Gal Gadot prove that she was worthy of the mantle of Wonder Woman? (Spoiler alert: ABSOLUTELY!) Did Eric spin around for hours while wearing his Wonder Woman tiara and gauntlets? (He denies it, but we’re sure he did!) What nits did one cast member decide to pick with this film? You’ll have to listen in to find out!

    Diana Prince, welcome to the DCEU! We’re glad you survived the experience! Get ready to FLAME ON! (more…)

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