Before you gear up for the next upcoming episodes, spend your weekend listening to the guys guest appear on other podcasts!
The guys have both been pretty busy since last episode, but plans for the third live recording are currently underway, scheduled for next week. Until then, try out some of their recent guest appearances of podcasts!
In addition to the weekly series of QnoA eps, the guys have been appearing in other shows as well!
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Donovan and Harry guest on Earth-2.net The Show to talk all things Ghost in the Shell! Check out that site for that and many more geek related interests! … More Ghost in the Shell Franchise Retrospective | Earth-2.net The Show Episode 932
In November Donovan was a guest on the long-running Comic Timing Podcast hosted by Ian Levenstein and Brent Kossina. Joined by Brandon Christopher, the four men have a weighty discussion on the decision by Mexican and American artists Humberto Ramos (Amazing Spider-Man, Impulse) and George Perez (The new Teen Titans, JLA vs. Avengers) to not travel to any state that voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election for the next four years. Also discussed is comic shops refusing to stock Motor Crush issue 1 because it has a black female lead. Check out this and more Comic Timing episodes at speekgeekspeak.com! … More Comic Timing – Episode 184: Changing Political Climates and Comics
To Listen…click here An episode from the first of the final Battle Beyond Planet X episodes, Harry brings Donovan back on his show to discuss the realistic merits of the superhero, applying their psychology to reality and discussing whether it truly would be good or bad if they were to exist. Among the discussed … More If Superheroes were real, would the world be a better place?
Questions, We Don’t Have Answers is a podcast that seeks to attack life’s most frustrating queries head-on in an effort to reach the much sought-after egalitarian society through the most simple yet difficult forms of education: communication! … More Introduction