Hey there, Evil Geeks! Sam Chase makes his third appearance on today’s episode of Transmissions From the Evil Lair. C-Mart, Undies of Wondy, and Sam talk about their experiences at the first ever ChaseCon which was held this past April 25th in Saratoga, NY to rave reviews. Sam talks about the stress of running the show, the immense effort that went into planning and let’s us know what’s in store for the next ChaseCon which will be this October! For more info on ChaseCon, head over to ChaseCon.org.
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It’s time to brush the dust off the Indie Spotlight, Evil Geeks! We’re back with a brand new review today that’s sure to satisfy your hunger for monsters and bizarro craziness. Today the Indie Spotlight shines on Wart, a Lovecraftian tale of a tortured soul ewho’d do just about anything to get a good night’s sleep. Anything that is except step up to the challenge ahead of him. Wart is written by Chris Welsh with art by Ammar Al-Chalabi.
Being that I was born in the early 90’s, ‘Jem’ is just a bit before my time, but I can recall the first time I saw an episode some years back. These glam rockers with fierce fashion, a sassy can-do attitude and strong enforcers of friendship/sisterhood immediately sucked me into their world, so I asked for the DVD box set for Christmas and watched the whole thing in marathon form. From ‘The Misfits’ horrifying attempts to blow up an orphanage (yes, you read that right) to thwart their musical arch-rivals, The Holograms, to Roxy’s illiteracy, to that time Jem took in an orphan with a pill problem, this show had it all.
So naturally, I was completely disappointed when I found out that the movie would have, literally, zero ties to the classic show I had come to know and love. I almost wish you all could have seen my face when I watched the trailer, which might as well have been ‘Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’ with music. Maybe. I didn’t even hear them play in the trailer, I don’t think.
When I heard the comic was amazing, I was a little skeptical, because the film trailer crushed my expectations and I didn’t want another disappointment. This weekend I picked up the first two issues and was floored at how amazing they were.
Going through withdrawal without your Sunday Mad Men fix? Do you find yourself drinking alone wearing a three piece suit? Are your martinis never dry enough? You’ve come to the right place. Relive one of the greatest TV series with Martian Luthor Kang, Biff Tannen and Dixon Steele as they try to get inside the head of Don Draper and analyze the Mad Men finale. So pour yourself a stiff drink and we’ll get through this together.
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