Free Comic Book Day is right around the corner. With a staggering amount of releases and with some vanishing in practically no time we thought we’d give you the advanced scoop on what to grab and what to avoid. Yesterday Martian Luthor Kang checked in with his haul, today I’ll be reviewing what I was able to get my grubby little paws on.
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You may recall a few months ago we did a podcast about my honeymoon trip to the nerd mecha of Tokyo. It was an amazing experience and I couldn’t wait to to share some of the things I saw there with everyone. It was a perfect combination of the amazing and bizarre. Take a peek below at some of the geek culture highlights of the trip.
You can see Part 2 here.
Welcome , Welcome , Welcome to another edition of suggestions. I know you all look forward to weekly suggestions from myself and the geeks, so let’s get right to it. This week, instead of giving you something to read or something to watch, I am going to go all hardware on you guys (take that as you will, you pervs) and suggest something that is staggeringly underappreciated or just unknown to most people. But first, I am going to ask you all a question. How many people still have working Nintendos and Segas and Super Nintendos? Not many. I know we all have one in the basement somewhere, but most likely it needs to be shaken or hit on the side for it to work properly. It’s a shame because we still want to play our old games, but most of the time we just can’t get the damn system to work. You can’t be too mad though, as that system had previously provided you with hours of entertainment, but it just simply got too old and couldn’t keep up. You wouldn’t yell at your grandfather because he can’t go running with you or throw down on some floor hockey. That would just be rude, but what if I told you there is a way to play those old game cartridges that doesn’t involve you getting an emulator on your PC? You would shit yourselves. Prepare your anuses….for the Retron is coming.
The thing about being a geek that everyone gets is that we like to praise the stuff that we really enjoy, but we love to totally rip apart the stuff we hate. It’s kind of a right of passage for all true geeks in my opinion! Anyway, this week Biff Tannen leads the geeks in a bashing of all those video games that we’ve always hated. You loved our “Best Of Nintendo” a few weeks back, so get ready to enjoy its Bizarro counterpart! So… sit back, relax and have a listen!
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