In this episode, we have another installment of our “Table top joys and frustrations” series. This time, we are focusing on card games, including: Love Letter, Coup, Bang, Machi Koro, Fluxx, and Worst Game Ever. Casey then gives his quick recap of this past week’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Stormborn.” Then Casey and J. R. wrap up with some talk about trailers from Comic-Con.
In this week’s episode, Anthony and J. R. are discussing part 6 of The Dark Tower series, Song of Susannah. Find out what happens to Roland’s ka-tet after the battle in Calla Bryn Sturgis. Later on, Casey stops by to do a quick recap of the season 7 premiere episode of Game of Thrones, “Dragonstone,” and he also gives some thoughts on Spider-man: Homecoming.
With the new season of Game of Thrones starting this Sunday, we figured it would be a good idea give our thoughts on what we expect and hope for in this coming season. These guesses will be brought back up in the season recap to see how we did.
Since Spider-man Homecoming comes out this week, we thought it would be a good idea to focus on a Spider-man story from the comics. So Casey, the friendly, neighborhood Spider-man expert is here to tell Jacob and J. R. the wonderful tale of The Clone Saga. Find out why there are so many clones running around. Are there too many clones? Does it become to saga-y?
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.”
It’s time for part 2 of our discussion on Chris Claremont and John Byrne’s Uncanny X-Men run. Find out what awaits our band of fearless heroes after their ordeal on Murderwold. Will they find happiness on Muir Island, or just a crazy mutant? Find out what in world is happening with Jean Grey. All that and possibly the Wendigo is ahead.
It’s time to talk about good X-men stories. That’s why Jacob and Casey join us this week to discuss Chris Claremont and John Byrne’s run on Uncanny X-men. The discussion ran pretty long, so we are breaking it up into two parts. This is part 1 of the discussion. Part 2 will be up in a couple days.