Flopcast episode 249! In honor of Champion Crab Races Day, we recall weird pet hermit crabs, weird comic book ads for Crazy Crabs, and weird late night calls for crab rangoon. And to keep a weird animal theme running through the whole show, we also have a lobster-inspired round of “What’s in the Bag,” and Kornflake reports on her visit to Zoo Creatures in Plaistow, New Hampshire. Stop by and make friends with the goats, eels, snakes, skinks, a turkey, and yes, a kookaburra. (A little touch of Australia in the Granite State; Air Supply would be so proud.)
Episode 249 complete show notes and links at www.flopcast.net!
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Posted in ESO Network, Flopcast
Tagged Earth Station One, ESO, Flopcast, Geek, geek podcast, Geek Talk, Kevin, Kornflake, nerd, nerd podcast, nerd talk, Podcast, The ESO Network
We’ve seen many incarnations of Batman since he first made the jump from the comic book page to the screen. He’s been both campy and gritty, animated and live action, and occasionally cringe-inducing (yes, I’m referring to you, “Batman and Robin”). He also ended up stealing the show in tiny brick form in 2014’s unexpected hit “The Lego Movie.” Will Arnett’s Lego caped crusader quickly emerged as a fan favorite from that movie, and he’s now been given his own standalone feature, out in theaters this past weekend. Although it can’t quite top the original “Lego Movie,” it’s a fun, colorful adventure with plenty to keep both adults and children entertained. Continue reading “Movie review: ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ offers plenty of colorful, entertaining mayhem” »
Blurb: The TARDIS arrives on a moon-sized asteroid orbiting two gas giants. With an amazing view, it’s a chance for the Doctor, Steven and Sara to unwind after their recent adventures.
But they quickly find themselves in the midst of battle – on one side: a familiar group of space-suited soldiers – members of the Space Security Service. On the other: strange, squat aliens in body armor.
Surviving the initial hostilities, the Doctor and his friends discover that the SSS squad is on a terrifying mission. With many lives at stake, they have to venture deep inside the asteroid in search of a hideous weapon. But who can they trust in the battle against these Sontarans? Continue reading “Review: Doctor Who The Early Adventures – The Sontarans” »
Posted in Doctor Who, Reviews, Sci-fi
Tagged Captain Papas, Corporal Ellis, Corporal Gage, Dan Starkey, Early Adventure, First Doctor, Jean Marsh, Jemma Churchill, John Banks, Ken Bentley, Peter Purves, Rosanna Miles, Sara Kingdom, Simon Guerrier, Sontarans, Steven Taylor, Tinder, William Hartnell