Fast food is a wonderful thing, especially when experienced in moderation. Jason tends not to do things lightly though, so he provides us with his typical, weekly Taco Bell breakfast order. Meanwhile, Steve discovers that soda jelly is a thing. After that packed first segment, the second is no less a beast, with news items about Jason Shiga, Star Wars comics(?), Lunarbaboon, Wonderella, Broodhollow, Our Valued Customers, and Scenes From a Multiverse. Let that all settle with the post-outro conversation about the kinkiness of ladybugs and why the guys couldn’t give a flying flip about Jonathan Brandis.
LTTP as per usual, but Jason and Steve finally lay down their thoughts about The Force Awakens. Did it live up to the hype? Is Poe Dameron really that good? Could Chewbacca be more dead inside? Must we give Rey so much pause to reflect and grow and learn? The answers await you in the first, extra-long segment! In the second, now shorter segment, comics rule the day, with chatter about He Is a Good Boy, Thunderpaw, Space Case, ShootAround, Never Satisfied, Delilah Dirk, and some freaky Korean webcomic. Now let’s find the tiny but fatal flaw in this whole thing and blow it to smithereens!
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here! And Jason has the perfect advice to those waiting on long lines to awaken the Force! Also, did you know that ghosts are all around us? While you ponder that little nugget, check out the new webcomics list that Jason found, and the subsequent comics that are worth checking out from it, like The Immortal Nadia Greene and Starhammer. Steve also has a couple things to check out with Clockwork and Dead Heat. Stay tuned after the outro to hear Steve learn a very valuable lesson, Sesame Street-style.
If only you knew the power of the Dark Side! Oh yeah? How powerful are you when this Rebel scum is teabagging your dead body? Battlefront is on the brain, and the guys have opinions. Also, today is Back to the Future Day, so listen in for Steve’s reasoning why the second installment of this venerable trilogy could very well be a horror movie, and how Jason discovered his special purpose thanks to Lea Thompson. Also, the guys take a look at many webcomics, including one that swaps a human and a cat. Dump everything into the Mr. Fusion, we’ve got a train to catch!