Come and see what's lingering in the crazy mind of Nicole as I write about what topics come wandering through my day to day life. As boring as it is, I have a lot of opinions and views that I have to thrust upon the world....ENJOY!
The girls not only talk about one of their favorite musicians, Billy Joel, but talk food and lots of news featuring a Random Fandom favorite, Guillermo Del Toro. Find out what are the listeners favorite and most hated cover songs.
TOPIC OF THE WEEK – Billy Joel
SONGS OF THE WEEK
"Hush" by Deep Purple
"I Can See Clearly Now" by Bob Marley
"We Didn't Start the Fire" by Billy Joel
"Piano Man" by Billy Joel
"A Matter of Trust" by Billy Joel
"It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" by Billy Joel
"Only the Good Die Young" by Billy Joel
"River of Dreams" by Billy Joel
"My Life" by Billy Joel
"An Innocent Man" by Billy Joel
Another long show this week (sorry folks). We talk about what little news there is, then give this weeks recommendations. This week, we have Saga, Captain Marvel, Marvel Zombies Destroy and Silk Spectre. Then, the bulk of the show is our review of Dark Knight Rises. A word of caution, if you haven’t seen to movie, wait to hear our review.
It’s our HUGE SDCC show, were we wrap up the biggest bits of news we’ve found related to comics in any possible way! Deadpool games, Guardians of the Galaxy movie and other titles, oh and some actual comics news as well. We all give our recommendations of the week, which includes, Before Watchmen, Batman, Scarlet Spider and Sunset. How did we fit all this in? No end of show review! CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE via iTUNES Click here to go to our homepage for past shows and downloads
Andy ask if I (the diva) and my co-host of Fanboy Vs., JD Church to join him in an episode discussion of episode 5 of Earth's Mightiest Heroes: Antman / Wasp / Black Panther triple-header. Watch the episode and see what we have to say.
I get to talk Transformers again! I feel sorry forAndyas I'm the Mr.O'Sullivansubstitute this week, but I do thank them for giving me the opportunity again. Not much news this week folks, but next week SDCC! So get ready as we talk about little news we have for this week.
MEMORIAL - Ernest Borgnine
* Ron Perlman Puts on the Hellboy Make-Up Again
* Fraggle Rock Spin-Off of Doozers
* Concept art shows Spidey and the Lizard were almost very different
* Assassin’s Creed Movie In the Works Staring Michael Fastbender
* Chew On A Red Band Trailer For ‘Bait 3D’
* Star Trek Next Generation Special Viewing
* Star Trek 2 Villain Update
* Independence Day Sequel
* 1st teaser trailer for insane Dinosaurs vs. Aliens project is here!
* Nick Frost & Chris O'Dowd in 'Cuban Fury' Dance Comedy
* Tom Baker Will Return For Doctor Who Anniversary
TOPIC OF THE WEEK – Raul Julia
SONG OF THE WEEK - "East Bound and Down" by Jerry Reed
It’s an “Amazing” episode this week! (see what I did there?) We talk about Marvel Now! (yes, exclamation point included) and some SDCC news. Recommendations of Ozymandias, Ultimate Spider-Man, Infernal Man Thing and Animal Man. We finish up with our in depth review of the new movie, Amazing Spider-Man!
Planetoid Written/Art/Lettering by Ken Garing Image Comics
I, like any good geek, love a good sci-fi story and this
one delivers even for a first issue.
Having no choice but to land on a planet, Silas is learning how to
survive the hard way on a planet that isn’t so friendly. Filled with nasty smells, toxins, unkind
weather and robotic creatures with attitudes, I’m surprise he made it out of
this first issue.
Silas is lucky enough
to be equipped with an artificial intelligence program named Ricter (similar to Iron Man’s
Jarvis) that guides him along the “safer” ways.
I love this program! Where can I
Silas has a secret past that is doesn’t give much info about…yet. He does find that he is not alone on this
planet. Mendel is an older gentleman with
knowledge that can help Silas, but Silas has to pay with his story of his past
Will Mendel help Silas get off this forbidden planet or
will is this the end of the road for our antihero? This story is loaded with adventure and great
story telling! If you’re into sci-fi quests,
this is one to look into. Plus, you have the same man as the writer and artist, so you know this is how the story is suppose to look and feel. Issue two
comes out this week.
OUT-TAKES "It may be good storytelling, but you can NOT break my heart! That's the first commandment." "Your clumsy robot just saved your backside you idiot!" *SIGH* "I want to backhand him… I just want to backhand him…" "Kade! I want to kick you so hard! So hard I'd brake a toe!" "Hes sick and tired of all the messages that he's gotten from Heatwave that hes stopped checking them." "It MIGHT be a perfect 2nd date if she was wearing a white shirt."
Those funny Americans and their explosions. The girls get ready to celebrate Independence Day with Hollywood news, your questions and answers to best movie franchises...oh and we talk about some men who have the most fun job EVER!
0:00:35 - Intro/What We Did This Week
0:08:00 - News
0:51:50 - Spotlight
1:24:10 - Listener's Homework
1:44:45 - Questions for the Hosts
2:04:00 - Announcements and What We Learned
2:12:59 - "Ragged Old Flag" by Johnny Cash
2:16:08 - "Born in the U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen
MEMORIAL - Nora Effron
MEMORIAL - Andy Griffith
*Chilling International Trailer for 'The Tall Man' Horror
* A Fest for Batman Fans: Warner Bros. Announce Plans To Bring All Six Batmobiles And More To SDCC
* Why a U.S. gov't agency was just forced to deny existence of mermaids
* Universal Monsters Coming to Blu-Ray
* British TV Series & Film 'The Inbetweeners' Getting US Adaptation
* Marvel Follow DC with Reboot
* Tell-All Book From STEVEN ADLER's Mother Pushed Back To August
* Cabin Fever Reboot
* Edgar Wright Has Directed a Test Reel for an Adaptation of 'Ant Man'
* Barbarella Coming to TV
* A Taste Of The Supernatural In Trailer For Period Horror ‘The Awakening’
* Who Is the New Highlander
TOPIC OF THE WEEK – Mythbusters
SONGS OF THE WEEK
"Born in the U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen
"Ragged Old Flag" by Johnny Cash
(but don’t let that get in the way of reading this comic)
My first comic book review for a long time for this blog,
but it’s one that I want many to read.This is probably the best single issue I’ve read this year; it even
brought some tears to my eyes.
When you think of a love story, you probably aren’t thinking of a mutant rat
with turtles for sons, but this is a love story that has something for
everyone.This is a story of Splinter
once known as Hamato Yoshi.In a
previous life Yoshi had a troubled heart, with acts of rage of violence only to
be seen. Changed by a woman, Tang Shen,
who could see he was so much more he took a different way of life and thinking.Yoshi then changed his ways to fit the life
of peace, only to be destroyed one day by Oroku Saki, (later is known as Shredder),
who took everything Yoshi loved.Back in
the present day Splinter comes face to face with his mortal enemy; what choice
will he make for honor, for love and for his family?
Each panel in this comic is remarkable, either by the words, the lessons
learned or the emotions the graphics turn out. You take a journey of person's life, in some of their most intimate moments and you can't help be feel as if you personally know them and want to see them have nothing but the happiest outcome. Filled with so many emotions, take 15 minutes out of your day and read this!
The whole crew is back and we have a great show for you! It’s the lead up to SDCC, so some about that and the Marvel “Guardians of the Galaxy”. Recommends for Amazing Spider-Man, Spider-Men, Before Watchmen, Marvel Zombies Destroy and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. We finish up with our review of More Than Meets The Eye!