Dan & Mike return in a new episode of Robot Sweatshop! Topics of discussion:
– Mike’s life
– Dan’s life
– The Walking Dead
– Batman Inc.
– Ghostbusters 3
– And more!
Welcome to another episode of Robot Sweatshop. This one was a huge scoop for us: An interview with Mel Gibson’s new agent, Trip Rosen, who discusses Mel’s controversies and — BELIEVE IT — his new client’s entry into the comic book world. A must listen!
AND WE’RE BACK. The best pop culture themed podcast recorded in Kensington, Brooklyn, returns, featuring Dan Brooks, Mike In Manhattan and Frank From Weehawken. What we talk about this episode:
– What we’ve been up to
– Video Games
– The Human Centipede
A new episode of the world-famous podcast, Robot Sweatshop, featuring:
– a new cast member
– Walking Dead talk
– videogame talk
– weird tangents (thanks, Mike!)
*This is a Skypecast, so the sound quality is so-so. But enjoyable nonetheless!
Hello, Internet! Boy, do I have a podcast for you.
In this very exciting episode of Robot Sweatshop, Dan talks one-on-one with Ben Morse — formerly of Wizard, and current Assistant Editor of Marvel.com — about Ben’s first-ever published comics work in the new MARVEL HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR, current goings-on at Marvel.com, and tons more. A must listen. Do it to it.
And we’re back! Again! Lovable scamps Dan (who sounds like he’s calling in from a space station), Mike and Frank (who sounds like he’s calling in from the bottom of a well) discuss the making of their appearance on STREET COURT, as well as Beatles Rock Band, Beatles remasters, and lots more. Another great one!
In this installment of Robot Sweatshop: Dan, Chris and Frank talk RiffTrax live, DC’s recent and upcoming animated flicks, the new PS3, The Beatles: Rock Band and lots more. Plus, we record on Dan’s new kitchen table, which forces him to hunch like Larry King! Dig it!
After a brief break, we’re back with a huge new episode: a one-on-one, exclusive interview with the controversial Yellow Hat Guy. This is a must listen for those wanting to learn more about the man and his infamous encounter with comics creator Rob Liefeld.
In a brand new episode of The Dan Show — streamed live over the internetssss! — Dan talks “The Shield,” “The Goon,” “Ghostbusters,” and best of all, takes live calls from listeners, including the owner of the famous Brooklyn comic book shop, Bags & Boards. A great show!
A brand new episode of Robot Sweatshop featuring just Dan! This is Robot Sweatshop as you’ve never heard it: Listen as Dan discusses Paul McCartney live at Citi Field, a new form of pan-handling he saw on the NYC subway, talks Batman and Robin and Wednesday Comics, RiffTrax Live, AND takes some phone calls. A must listen — AGAIN!
The grand Skype experiment continues! Only this time it’s coherent! Join Dan, Mike, Chris and occasionally Frank as we discuss Transformers 2, X-Men Forever, Michael Jackson, and lots more. A MUST LISTEN. And remember: iTunes reviews, please!
Another brand new episode of Robot Sweatshop! The main topic of discussion in this installment is Violence in Comics, but there’s also lots of talk on Futurama, Movies That Make Us Cry, Batman and Robin #1, and tons more. So give a listen, subscribe at iTunes, and leave us an iTunes review. We’ll be your friend forever. Swearsies.
Another episode from those lovable scamps who are too lazy to travel out to Kensington, Brooklyn. Or as Frank thought it was called, “Netherlands, Brooklyn.” Please note: We tried doing this one over Skype and rather than edit it all, we purposely went for a Waholian approach and left it all in for all those flies on the wall. Download it now because it will probably end up on the Robot Sweatshop chopping block/atom smasher in a week or so when we realize how jury-rigged it all is. Special appearance by Road Rally Ali.
Discussed: Mike’s lack of age, Dan’s wedding, Frank’s weekend – excited yet? Then some small pondering on Terminator:Salvation, Let The Right One In, Great Adventure, Indian caste system, Wolverine, Star Trek, and plenty of false endings. But mostly, it’s a fun mess of a show.