In this week’s episode, we’re focusing on book 5 of The Dark Tower series, Wolves of the Calla. But before that, we’re spending a little bit of time talking about some games that caught our attention at E3, and Maggott is featured in “Better Know an X-Man.”
In this episode, Anthony and J. R. continue their trek though Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series with part 4, Wizard and Glass. In this story, learn how the ka-tet is able to outsmart Blaine the Mono. See what trouble a young Roland found himself in. After that, Jacob stops in to catch us up on what has been going on in the X-Men comics.
In this episode, Anthony and J. R. have a somewhat random group of topics. They are talking about some things they like and dislike regarding movies and tv shows. Sometimes those opinions follow the norms, sometimes they don’t. They also discuss our thoughts regarding blog entries we right. And Jacob’s “Better Know an X-Man” features the Stepford Cuckoos.
In this episode, we briefly discuss our thoughts on Wrestlemania 33 and Rogue One (5:11), have a “Better Know an X-Man” featuring Amanda Sefton (8:11), and then discuss the third book in Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series, The Wastelands (16:06).
In this episode, we discuss our thoughts on the second book in The Dark Tower series, The Drawing of the Three.
In this episode, we discuss what we look for when we start a story, be a book, television, comic, or movie series. We specifically discuss the recently released Hawkeye #1, having Anthony take a look at it since he has never read a Hawkeye comic before and has no idea who Kate Bishop is. We also do a little bit of year end wrap up, and something we’re looking forward to in 2017.
In this episode, we begin our journey through Stephen King’s The Dark Tower. Today is part 1, which will cover the first book in the series, The Gunslinger. We give quick summaries of the events in the book, and our thoughts on them. Beware of spoilers.