Donovan and Harrison throw themselves headfirst back into the topic of online sexuality, reassessing the front lines of future sex, interracial dating, personal sexuality and everything embarrassing in between!
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!
Part Two of our adventure gets into the heat of the volcano. The guys talk Star Wars, the DCEU, Spider-Man and letting go when the hurt is too much.
What makes us dream? Sets us on a path toward success or failure? Plants in us a belief or mania that we could become more than what we are? This episode will not answer such questions, but like all the others, it’s a start.
The Red Pill. Incels. Femoids. Chads and Stacies. This is the language of a world Harry and Donovan hover over in observation, but refuse to descend upon. Through the cloud of misunderstanding they lock arms and seek to find an answer, together, before they die of smoke inhalation.
Continuing a conversation that began in the final days of the Battle Beyond Planet X, Harry and Donovan look at three treasury edition prestige format DC comic books from writer Paul Dini and painter Alex Ross – Superman: Peace on Earth, Batman: War on Crime and Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth – and address the … More If Superheroes Were Real, Would the World Be a Better Place? (Round 2)
This week the fools discuss combat technique employed by mortals men call “friendship”. What is it, and how can it be destroyed?
The guys deep dive into their personal lives and discuss dating, its realities and how those realities are warped through media.
Comic Book Kingpin Alan Moore is the lightning rod of discussion for this episode, which has Donovan and Harry attempt to address his complaints about grown adults obsessing over super heroes.