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EPIC PIEcast :: Episode 013:: LIVE!

Posted by Cap on August 29, 2013

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piecast-redux-300The PIEcast turns one year old! The boys are celebrating their 13th episode with an all-out extravaganza of awesome. Welcome to the EPIC PIEcast LIVE!

The boys moved the whole operation from the beautiful and spacious studio 6C in Astoria Queens all the way to heart of New York City. The Tank Theater in Mid-Town Manhattan was transformed into PIEcast central for this momentous occasion.

Lucas Siegel (site editor for Newsarama) was on hand to talk about all the insider nerdy goodness we could squeeze out of him.

Then we welcomed Abe Goldfarb (actor, burlesque host and film geek) to discuss this summer’s movies – what worked, what flopped and what we’re still looking forward to.

BUT THAT IS NOT ALL…

In true talk show fashion we had our very own house band, the comedic song styling of…Afterbirth Monkey.

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Cap is Executive Producer of The Nerdy Show Network as well as Lead Host of the titular Nerdy Show podcast and one of the site's founders. His illustration, graphic design, and writing both journalistic and fictitious have appeared in various publications and public spaces.
  • So, I had to comment. Just listened to the bit about Zack Snyder being given a hard time, and I kinda agree. Watchmen was the best a movie adaptation of Watchmen could be, 300 was entertaining (even if the theme was questionable), and Sucker Punch practically hit you over the head that it was about symbolic interpretation with them fantasy sequences not just flash.

    Anywho, love your stuff, wish I could afford to go to New York to see a show (any show) you guys put on.

    • Cap

      I agree too. After how great Guardians of Ga’hool turned out, I still feel like everyone misunderstands him and the circumstances. Granted, since that was an animated feature, maybe there was really someone else at the helm… I did loathe Man of Steel though. I’d like to presume that he was being steered in shitty directions by an overbearing WB or the Nolan camp with their very “safe” and bland superhero reality. But it reality could’ve been all his doing…

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