Transformers: Age of Extinction
June 29, 2014
Brian and Amanda review Trans4mers: Age of Extinction. If you've enjoyed any past Transformers movies, you'll enjoy this one.
Two-for-One Sale, Pal
July 21, 2014
Brian is excited for Canada’s largest Transformers convention coming to America! Hasbro will let you 3D-print My Little Ponies through Shapeways. Pat and Brian don’t want to spoil Guardians of the Galaxy, but they posted some extended clips anyway. What movies will Marvel and DC announce at SDCC? Why are Gotham characters changing their names? How cool are these Superman figures? Cool.
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C2E2 2014 Photos
Posted by Brian on April 28, 2014
Check out these awesome photos from the Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo 2014 (AKA C2E2)!
Kids, Don't Play with Too Many Knives
July 14, 2014
This episode is very nostalgic. Pat and Brian share stories of when their daughters were young(er). Then, in honor of Homestar Runner’s inevitable return, the guys recall the best of the Strong Bad Emails. After all of that, Pat fills you in on some cool retro action figure news.
Twelve Percent of a Plan
July 9, 2014
In this episode, Pat and Brian say goodbye to Bob Hastings. Afterward, they discuss the Transformers quadrilogy, a long movie called Ambiance, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Baby Skeletor. Pat gives the pros and cons of con exclusives.
Butterflies in the Sky
June 30, 2014
This episode was recorded during the lull between 2 thunderstorms, and it was edited and uploaded during a tornado warning! It must be exciting, right? Well, you can decide for yourself. Pat and Brian discuss the wrapping of production on Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 8. They then share updates on some awesome Kickstarters. Finally, Brian reviews the first episode of Girl Meets World.
Never Rub Another Man's Rhubarb
June 26, 2014
In this episode, Pat and Brian pay tribute to Tim Burton’s Batman! Club Eternia is about to offer its last subscription. The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer is a roller coaster of emotion. Wonder Woman will wear some kind of costume in Batman v Superman, and Scoot McNairy will also be in the movie. Nathan Fillion is a dog. The Transformers joined a hair metal band, and became hipster bears. Weird times.