Put down those pom poms, valley girl, there’s something rumbling underneath the creepy old cabin out in those woods. Join two nerds for a Joss Whedon horror-comedy double feature. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) and The Cabin in the Woods (2012)… this Cinematic Universe practically writes itself but that doesn’t stop our nerds from WAY over-reaching.
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00:00 – Intro/Greetings
02:40 – Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992)
28:15 – The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
49:17 – Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Cabin in the Woods Cinematic Universe
Jimmy got some great interviews while at Heroes Con! He catches up with Megan Levens (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10/Back to the Future: Tales From the Time Train) to chat about her recent work, what it’s like working for so many licensed properties, and some of her favorite characters. Katie Skelly (My Pretty Vampire/Nurse Nurse) talked to Jimmy about the themes in her comics, her love of Frank Miller’s Sin City and musical inspirations. Evan Pozios & Patrick Thomas Parnell give the skinny on their comics Time Grunts and Johnny Phantasm. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
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The Comic Frontline crew reunites to discuss the latest in comic news, releases, and more!
This week, news from New York Comic Con floods in, All-New, All-Different Marvel begins, and the group discusses their Top 5 and worst picks for the week in a new one-off format!
James Cameron’s Avatar Comic at Dark Horse
Legend of Korra Art Preview
Buffy OGN High School Years
Anakin and Obi-Wan Series
Green Lantern: Edge of Oblivion
Squirrel Girl & Howard the Duck Crossover
Ant-Man Sequel Titled: Ant-Man and Wasp
The Woods Gets a TV Show
Guardians of the Galaxy Renewed for Season 2
Daredevil Season 2 Trailer
DC Super Hero Girls Debuts at NYCC 2015
No “H” on our foreheads as we are not hard-light holograms… or are we???
What a terrible lead-in! This surely is a great omen for the upcoming show!
Let’s get to it!
Alan Davies heckling of G Money
Much love to our geek-podcast brethren and just WHO IS the flagship show of the Rhymes With Geek podcast network???
G Money to start his own Twitter! And has his own comics column in an actual magazine! Will wonders never cease!?
Check out @the_ironsheik on Twitter for the best laugh in a long time
Waluigi was NOT recently inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame
Talk topics and questions!
– Is Hank Pym too old? Why does Juan Daeho sound like a housewife from Brooklyn?
– If you see ‘Lone Survivor’ you will be shot! (if you text in front of an insane man in Florida)
– Dan Slott readies the return of Peter Parker
– How long will it take for Marvel to become dicks and lose their integrity
– Fox’s new Gotham origins series; “Gotham High”
– A bit love from our UFP Crew
– Do we rate Game of Thrones?
– Johnny Depp as Doctor Strange?
– Do we prefer PC or Mac?
– Gabourey Sidibe trolls the trolls
– David O Russell’s interview faux pas
– Irish man’s seven week erection
– We officially apologize for Neknominate
– Magic the Gathering film
– Bill Paxton joins Agents of SHIELD and Stan Lee to cameo
– DC launches Secret Origins
– Intelligence TV series
– True Detective and Helix TV Series
– Season 3 finale of Sherlock
– Jesse Plemons in cast in the new Star Wars films
– PS3 Vs PS4 analysis via Tomb Raider
– The Last of Us wins IGNs 2013 Game of the Year and their new single-player DLC campaign
– The Dark Horse Buffy re-launch
Reviews: Detective Comics Vol 2 #0, Earth 2 #0, Fashion Beast #1, Green Lantern Vol 5 #0, Lookouts Riddle Vol 1 #1, New Crusaders Rise Of The Heroes #1, Stormwatch Vol 3 #0, Worlds Finest Vol 3 #0, Robot Chicken: DC Comics Special
Jimmy is joined in studio by the official CNI photographer Kasha Minenko! She brings her Japanophile love to wax on about anime, manga and some of her fave Japanese authors. They give some love to the Harvey Awards winners and discuss plans for the upcoming New York Comic Con. News includes: The 2012 New Jersey Superhero Weekend and Wonder Woman Day to benefit SAFE, new JJ Abrams sci-fi series from FOX on the way, maybe a new Wonder Woman series coming from the CW, G4TV to rebrand in 2013, Remender leaving Uncanny X-Force, and Billy the vampire slayer to debut in Buffy comics. As always, listener feedback, Top 3 and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!
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The Backroom Comics crew tackle the latest news coming from the publishing world and give their last preview of the upcoming Emerald City ComiCon.
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Misty Knight is getting the band back together . . . and the Weiners all try out for the bass spot! Talking about a book they had been looking to for some time (well, since they read about it on the internet box and/or Previews), will everyone want to hire or fire these heroes? Check it out!
Weed, John and Bo all gush a bit about how much they love their monthly dose of Secret Six (DC), before Weed goes on to tell us about his feelings of the wrap up on Shadowland (Marvel), the fun of Warriors Three (Marvel) and how he is dismissing the latest Buffy stories from Darkhorse from his perception of the series. Steege tells of his pitch invasion into the tabletop world of Bloodbowl and how he hates his local internet provider!
Bo swings in to talk about Amazing Spider-Man (Marvel), and his anticpation of how awesome C2E2 2011 could be and some of the guests announced. John recommends Supergod (Avatar Press) from Warren Ellis and touches upon Walking Dead on AMC.
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In this issue Aitch, Smu, Elden and Kev talk about the passings of both Leslie Neilson and Invin Kirschner. Why is Marky Mark cast for Uncharted? The Whendon universe vents its fury at a Buffy reboot and more news you can use. In what’s tangling the webs the TSA has gone too dayumed far and there are more than enough parodies and real news articles that prove it.
In 1st impressions Kev sums up the first season of the Walking Dead series and Aitch gives his impression of the Young Justice premier on the CN. In comics reviews, Kev revies issue 49 of the Boys and Aitch reviews the Batman December 2010 One Shot. Also please listen to the PSA about coping through the holidays.
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With the Shaft taking care of a sick wife, the balls come out to play. You get riveting discussion on the greatness of SNL (well old SNL not the shit from the mid 80s or the garbage now) and that leads to a timely discussion on the funniness of Hee-Haw and Carol Burnett. Kevin once again tries to live out his fantasy of being on Love Boat and we learn that the only thing that Brett Somers is good for is offering her hole to Jack Klugman. Kev discusses the Movie Fanboys and that leads to Dr. Who Talk as well as a little start trek (would it be a FBC without these). Next is a lot of comics, but honestly my Blackberry fucked up so i just got to listen to a little bit of it. Here is what i know was discussed: Wolverine Weapon X and Wolverine, REBELS, Angel, Batman, Teen Titans, Avengers: The Children’s Crusade, Captain America. I know there was more and i am going to try and listen again, Just as all you should too, Enjoy!
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The Weiners take a look at Spawn #197 for a very special Mothers’ Day podcast! Marriages and lives may be ruined because of a card Bo made! Talk moves to Trash Humpers and The Diary of Anne Frank Part 2, then the Weiners class up talk by talking about Dominion (board game), D&D, the upcoming Alan Wake game and Steege makes it a goal to play Deadly Premonition.
John talks about Sixth Gun (Oni Press), Thirteen Steps (Desperado Comics), Buck Rogers Future Shock (Dynamite Press), and has a ton of fun with Gearhead (Arcana). Weed talks about Abyss (Red 5), Buffy, Captain Blood Odyssey(SLG), and finally takes a look at Elephantmen. Box 13, We Kill Monsters, Zombie Highway, Hack N’ Slash, I Zombie(which brings up talk about some gross stories), and Brightest Day #1.
Weed keeps yapping about Unwritten #12 which he finally got a hold of. Bo then finally gets back on his Star Trek trek, and talks about how Crossed (Avatar Press) makes his soul hurt, and talks about wantin to check out more Spider-Man.
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It’s back to basics in the best possible way as regular Sidekickcast hosts Dan and Gavin geek out for the first time in a while with some talk about new Who, Captain America casting, Shadowlands and of course comic books.
This episode’s Stack Atack sees the boys look at Nemesis #1, Blackest Night #8, X-Men: Second Coming #1 and New Avengers: Military Exclusive #8.
The comic book news quiz that is Secrets and Lies powers on with a snapshot of some of the news to come out of Wondercon 2010. Knowing Me, Knowing You makes a triumphant return with the double header of Akira for Gavin and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 for Dan but which will come out on top? And finally the Sidekicks take a look at American Born Chinese as part of the listener appreciation programme we like to call Dig This! Don’t forget to listen past the outro music to hear how crap we actually are when not cleverly edited.
Bringing you some of the very best hidden gems from the world of independent comics, movies and TV.
This episode is our last international one as Scott is soon set to return to England. In the second of our new format episodes we have two segments to this show, What If…where we have a lengthy discussion about the repercussions of a TV show not being cancelled. This is in terms of the show itself and the wider scope of TV in general and this episode we talk about Firefly.
Our second segment is the familiar Hidden Gem where we talk about the classic 1981 film Excalibur.
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