Dr. Scott Viguie and Lucas Garrett once again drop some science on Mike and Mike, including the latest and greatest discoveries and technical breakthroughs. After too long a hiatus, Larry Johnson visits the station to announce the return of Cineprov! Plus, Michael Valentine and Captain Zorikh tout the NY premiere of Comix:The Movie at the upcoming Big Apple Con. All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Geek Girl’s Take, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
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If there’s one thing LEGO Batman loves more than beating up bad guys, saving the city, chowing down on lobster thermidor, and shredding the guitar, it’s listening to folks talk about how awesome he is. So, he should love hearing Mike, Mike, Alex, and Ashley review his new solo movie. Plus, Marten Jallad joins us to talk up Joelanta, The Great Atlanta Toy Show. All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Geek Girl’s Take, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
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They say the first time ain’t the greatest, but in the case of some movie franchises, two films is one film too many. Mike, Mike, Lacee, and Alex list some sequels that were so bad, they diminished the original. Plus, Jason and Rita transmit some very exciting news about their Seekers of the Lost Worlds project and Robert Young chats up the SC Comicon! All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Geek Girl’s Take, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
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CIRCLE CITY SHAKEDOWN
(A Phillip Chandler Mystery)
By Bill Craig
Whiz Bang LLC
Bill Craig can knock out a half dozen crime thrillers faster than most established writers can do one. The amazement is, they are all damn good books. With “Circle City Shakedown,” first released in 2014, he starts a brand new series featuring a former U.S. Deputy Marshal named Phillip Chandler who has come to Indianapolis to start his new career as a private investigator.
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Mike, Mike, Jen, and Mary travel to Boscombe Moor in sensible shoes to locate the third fragment of the Key to Time and, like the Megara, play judge and jury to this Fourth Doctor adventure. Plus, we honor the War Doctor Sir John Hurt and discuss the upcoming departure of the 12th Doctor, Peter Capaldi.
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For nearly 70 years, the legendary illustrator was a consistent comic book craftsman. Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, and award-winning artist Mark Maddox are schooled on the artist’s impact on war stories, westerns, jungle tales, and even some super hero books. Plus, voice actor Bob Carter tries not to get tongue-tied in the Geek Seat! All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Geek Girl’s Take, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
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It’s 2017, and a brand new Dragon Con awaits a little more than 200 days from now. Mike, Mike, Darren Nowell, Mary Lou Who, Nikki Rau Baker, and Dakoma Sanchez discuss some of the changes that are already scheduled for this year’s con and programming we’d like to see in the future. Plus, tips from Eternal Zan, Michelle Biddix-Simmons, and Kevin Bachelder. Start your engines, the road to Dragon Con starts here!
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The Autobiography of Yakima Canutt
With Oliver Drake
Walker Publishing Company
Having been a fan of the movie serials for most of my life, I was familiar with Yakima Canutt; considered by many to be the most famous stunt man of them all. Sometime in 1979, film critic Leonard Maltin reviewed Canutt’s autobiography, “Stunt Man,” co-written with biographer Oliver Drake. I recall at the time wanting very much to pick up a copy and read it. Alas, that never happened and decades later, the only place to find a copy was on E-Bay if one was willing to pay an exuberant, over inflated price. I pretty much resigned myself to never realizing that old wish. Then, much to my amazement and delight, my daughter Michelle gave me a beat up old library copy she’d gone on-line to purchase it for me as a Christmas gift several years ago.
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One of the longest running science fiction comedies won’t smegging end! Mike, Mike, Robert Ray, and Nathan Laws board the mining spaceship to see what kind of trouble the wacky Dwarfers are up to now. Plus, ESO-Pro Wrestling Roundtable’s Jonathan Williams tries not to submit to the Geek Seat. All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Geek Girl’s Take, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
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On this episode, the ESO PRO crew talk all about honor. Ring Of Honor has been making waves in the wrestling world by putting on a top notch product and introducing characters and wrestlers that bring a new dynamic to the wrestling world. Along with just talking about ROH, Jonathan Williams from www.wrestlingwithpopculture.com brought the voice of ROH Kevin Kelly (Follow him on Twitter @realkevinkelly) onto this episode. Jonathan and Richard were lucky enough to attend the recent set of tapings for the ROH television show in Atlanta as they talk with Kevin about the show. Then, John, Richard, Jonathan talk about how they discovered ROH and what their thoughts on the past and future of ROH are.
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