Another week has come, gang, so time to do some nerdy talk.
Let’s get going!
This Week’s Question is: Nobody could ever truly replace Stan Lee as the comic industry’s PR ambassador, but now that he’s gone he leaves behind a giant void. Who do you think would be most able to carry comics’ banner?
Share your answer in thr comments below or on Twitter with the hashtag #TNBQotW, so we can find it.
In this episode, we kick it old school and crack a million dollar scheme wide open!
The fellas are back and Fitz has tales of salty seamen, new artists, saving old broads, and stalking with his sister, while Doom engages in doo doo humor, insults, and mockery until he starts to feel bad…also, hydraulic press videos?
Since it’s been a minute or 2, Ig & Ook discuss some new war movie set in the stars…or somethin’…have you heard if it? Tiny little indie picture? Furry dog man in it? Anywho, a mouse released a trailer for it and these 2 yayhoos talk about it.
In this episode, things come undone as the fellas return from a near month long recording break.
Doom did a duty before his pimp spot whores for 3 folks what have been cool to the pod. Then they get into their living Dinner For 5-esque lists which leads to Fitz talking about his love for the works of Stephen King.
They finish their lists and dove tail that into one of them having to let go and say goodbye to a huge part of his childhood and teenage years.
Finally, they complain about all aspects of YT in the closing segment and how one protects the other from sounding completely stupid.
Los Angeles has just declared October 28th to be Stan Lee Day. It will coincide with the first day of Stan’s renamed comic convention which will now be known as L.A. Comic-Con. (Personally I thought Stan Lee’s Comikaze was a cooler name, but whatevs.)
Congratulations to the living legend on this honor. I had the pleasure of meeting Stan twice in recent years and attended one of his panels. Say what you will about him, but he is a fascinating character and a true ambassador for the comic medium.