With Halloween approaching, I thought we should have a couple Halloween-centric episodes. So first, Scotty joins me to discuss our experiences playing Until Dawn. This is a horror movie inspired game, centered around story decisions and quick time events. It is a spoiler-filled discussion, as we not only go into our mindset while playing this game, but also the repercussions of our actions. Casey then wraps up the episode with his minute recap of the Season 8 premier of The Walking Dead, “Mercy.”
In this week’s episode, Anthony and I are looking back on our favorite episodes of Batman: The Animated Series, in celebration of its 25th Anniversary.
The following screenshot is from the Batman: The Animated Series episode “Vendetta.” Killer Croc is trying to frame Det. Harvey Bullock for a couple of disappearances/murders. This is how he enters GCPD, to fool the officer on duty.
Spot on, right? There’s no way anyone would suspect that that person wasn’t Bullock. Sure, the face is weirdly hidden, but look at the shirt. Croc also has the hat, the jacket, and the correct tie. It’s foolproof. Actually, I am a little curious as to how Croc came across these items of clothing. Did he walk into a clothing store in a different disguise and purchase these clothes? I wouldn’t think he stole them from somewhere. Wouldn’t want to raise suspicions. So many questions, so few answers.
Well, that was quick. Game of Thrones season 7 has already wrapped up, and I’m joined by Anthony and Casey to discuss it. Were any of our predictions correct? Find out who survived the season.
In this week’s episode, Anthony and J. R. are reviewing The Dark Tower movie, Jacob tells us about the X-Man Wallflower, and Casey gives us a minute recap of this past Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Beyond the Wall.”
In this episode, we are previewing WWE’s SummerSlam 2017, as well as some commentary on recent happenings on the shows. Casey has another minute recap of this past week’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Eastwatch.”
In this week’s episode, we’re discussing the early days of Peter David’s and Todd Nauck’s Young Justice series. Anthony had never read any of it, so we sat him down and forced him to. Well, not forced him to. More like gave him the opportunity to experience the greatness that is Young Justice. This episode covers the Book One collection that DC released back in April, Young Justice #1-7, plus some tie-ins. Also, Casey is back with a minute recap of the latest Game of Thrones episode, “Spoils of War.”