Mike and Kev make the ill decision to record outside and Kev briefly forgets what show he’s on and they talk about. They discuss the episode where Theon threatens Kev’s first theory loss!
Why is Esos so blah? The guys discuss how Kev’s favorite part of Season 1 has now been turned into a “meh” setting.
After taking a week off to rerecord this episode, it’s finally here! Episode 37! For those of you that know me, know that I’m a huge Kevin Smith fan. I talk about that– in great detail. The story gets a bit personal…
Season two is here and Kev couldn’t be happier! The guys talk the different religions of this world and we’re introduced to Dragonstone. Is Robb Stark a genius? For the first time in a long time, Kev get’s bored with the Land of Superfriends AND WHAT’S WITH ALL THE HORRIBLE MURDER?!?
This week, I’m joined by Bernado Margulis, the host of This Makes Me Happy. I was a guest on his show during the 2016 Philadelphia Podcast Festival and we happened to talk for a bit after his live show. We decided he needed to be on my show, and we made it so. We chat about his origins, both in podcasting and in life (while I tread water very carefully), cultural differences, NYC, philosophies and more.
Mymero is a fantasy memory card game for the iPad. Mymero challenges you to remember where your characters are located.
Tellest is a world of fantasy and magic, created by Michael DeAngelo. Sometimes Kev writes make believe too. This is one of those times. This is a story of a teenager rebelling against his father, part one.
Jeron Ricks, author of Exoden, gives us a glimpse of his next novel, Berthed-Book 2 in the Exoden sereies.
This weeks Easy Listening show is Erin McGathy’s This Feels Terrible on the Feral Audio network. Comedian and repeat relationship failure, Erin McGathy talks love, sex and all matters of heartbreak in the podcast version of her live show originally performed at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre.
Last Light Falling weaves righteousness with evil, treachery with truth, and shows just how far the will of man can survive on faith alone.