Monthly Archives: July 2018

Episode 13: Green Arrow Quiver

This week we read a real biggins, but had a great time with it. We take on Green Arrow Quiver, by Kevin Smith and art by Phil Hester a delightful early 2000’s run of Green Arrow. We discuss demons with a fetish for A-B rhyme schemes, gay stereotypes (or not?), and contemplate whether Batman is the horse-girl of the DC universe. We see you Quiver, with antici……        pation! (T wrote this, I’m so sorry)

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Episode 12: Monument Valley 2

Ain’t No Monument high enough, ain’t no valley low enough to keep Al and T from near crying at this bright, colorful, and downright chill ass puzzle game for mobile. In this episode we wallow in the irony of trying to describe a game entirely built on optical illusions over an auditory medium and try to describe strong feelings that aren’t sadness. If you’re looking for a scathing dunk on a game, this will likely not be it.

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Episode 11: Secret Six Unhinged

This week, Al and T read Secret Six: Unhinged, the first volume written by a long time favorite Gail Simone. We follow this anti-hero group on a road trip across the US with every major (and minor) super villain in tow. We also talk about spooky boxes, Deadshot being a complete loser the whole time, and our super hero/anti-hero crushes and how “we could fix them”.

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Episode 10: Life is Strange (the first episode)

This week we get caught up in our emo feels/time rewinding abilities with the first episode of Life is Strange! We played this on IOS which turned out to be an interesting choice to say the least, but we had a great time with the first episode of this graphic adventure game. Listen as your hosts Al and T discuss groovy lingo, soft music, and the heavy moral impact of Max’s powers and snooping. Let us know if you want us to cover more of this game, because we probably will in the future!

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Episode 9: Black Canary and Zatanna Bloodspell

Al and T dive into this absolute treat of a graphic novel, Black Canary and Zatanna Bloodspell by Paul Dini and Joe Quinones. A tale of two fishnet’ed gals taking on the world and stopping a ghost from killing a bunch of people… finally something the two of us can relate to! Listen as T thinks the lead of Les Mis was a member of the justice league, and we viciously drag charmed (not really). We had a lot of fun with this one, and hope you’ll join us…. for a spell…… like the name of the book…. and the length of time….. you know….

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