The guys deep-dive into another huge favorite from their critical adolescence, commenting on Mamoru Oshii’s 1995 adaptation of Masumune Shirow’s manga classic: “Mobile Armored Riot Police”!
Michael Bailey returns to talk about when to leave fandom, with topics ranging from finding your joy to witnessing friendships wither and burn over mutual love!
In discussing the recent conversation regarding Bruce Lee and Asian American representation at large, the guys welcome veteran comic book podcaster Raph Soohoo to give his thoughts and ponder the place America (and the world) is in the race towards equal representation.
Don and Harry risk making the most indulgent episode ever, discussing their favorite things and people whilst reconciling with what about them is tough to talk about.
This week Donovan and Harrison discuss artists expressing their sexuality through their creative works. Is that an inevitability for a creator? How much does sexuality fuel our creative energy? How much does it inform it?
The guys continue the list of things they observed and reported during 2017, but before that they spend an hour going through honorable mentions, including Get Out, Wonder Woman, and more!
Race. It’s back, continuing to haunt our non-white hosts. But Don and Harry came prepared, and are equipped with flamethrowers on this one. Subjects discussed include the Spider-Man films, the Spider-Man comics, Films, actors, writers and creators, video games, Japan, Star Wars and the upcoming Ghost in the Shell film. The episode concludes with a lovely first email! … More Are Fictional Characters Ever Meant to be a Certain Race or Gender?