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Biff sent me this long-ass list of many topics for this week's episode ...
"Obsucre TV shows/cartoons from the 80's.
Why we got rid of Lawn Darts (I blame bad parenting)
Greatest TV Cars
Universe crossovers you would like to see"
But Lawn Darts had us thinking ... how many fatal toys are there? Hmm ...
[Geek Pile is not responsible for the injuries and/or deaths of your friends/family/neighbors/pets/neighbors pets if you decide to mess with Lawn Darts after listening to this episode.]
Can wolverine die? Really?! Did Danimator end up wearing a skirt at Warrior Dash this weekend?
Why should we watch Gotham if Batman is never on the show? Who was the voice of the original Boba Fett? We cover all that and more in this week's Random Ramblings episode. Hang out. Geek out.
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We will be talking to Chairman of CopperCon Revolution about this new spin on a Science-Fiction/Fantasy Convention hosted by the Central Arizona Speculative Fiction Society (CASFS). Why he considers this convention to be a revolution and what we can expect as fans to see and experience over the course of the convention weekend, which starts August 8th through Sunday, the 11th.
Will also be talking about the fund raising efforts he has made over this year and the movie event for this Thursday, August 1st.
Besides all this, Mike Fett is a participant of many fan groups in Arizona and can talk about how fan events and groups are reaching out to the younger generations to build up the Phoenix fan base. Mike is also a con
Want more information about the movie fund raiser for this Thursday or the convention for next week, please find at: http://www.coppercon.org
Starlog #140514 -- It's George Lucas' birthday! Salacious Crumbs host Brie Clemens will check in and we'll discuss everything we know about the upcoming Star Wars projects -- Rebels, Episode VII, and the solo films.
News, talk, opinion, discussion, and more! It's our first talk show -- with topics ranging from sci-fi to sci-tech, the latest headlines, the latest gossip, trends on social media, and more!
Got a question or comment? Send us an e-mail, and we might read it on the air. Or join our chat room and let us know what you think. Be pithy, be polite.
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Episode 151 “Rent-a-Kid”
Back in action and with a healthy Marc, a chock-full episode! starts with John celebrating Star Wars and his strange reptile-lineage by wearing a zip-up Boba Fett costume. We cover Marc’s head injury, a reality-show update and change of heart, unexpected and awkward , a ridiculous food festival, an obsession with adults acting as children, overtime-ignorance, child labor stories, kid rentals, and hand burning. A round of the improvised impressions game “Impress Me” goes sour despite alleged visits from Barbara Walters and Pauly Shore. Finally in a chipper mood, Elsie gets healthier with End of Show Food. Special guest Marie Roker Jones from the Raising Great Men organization inspires us with what we can do to lead kids to be amazing adults.
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Mickey Chaney Jr., also known as Spooky Kid, got his start in the comic industry during October 2011 when Marco Regalado of Pop Culture Paradise found him sketching while out in Tempe one day.
In the three years that he's been working in comics Mickey has worked on a number of books including; "No Man's Land", the "Dead Diva's" series, "Hooded Cobra", and "Dark Light". While he's been involved in multiple titles he is best known for his portrait works.
Apart from highschool art courses Mickey does not have any formal art education. Currently Mickey is working with fellow local artists Rob Hicks, Derrick Tipton and Ruben Rosas in Spiral Ink Comics, which produces the books "Hooded Cobra" and "Dark Light".
Mickey Chaney CGC Best of the Best Zombie Sketch
If you have been scrolling online through Facebook fan pages or maybe heard the news at a local comic shop, then you may have heard Mickey Chaney has been crowned the Zombie King by the people of CGC (Certified Guaranty Company) in their Best of the Best Zombie sketch contest. You might be asking yourself after hearing this news what is the CGC Best of the Best Sketch competition and what does a win mean for the artist and owner of the comic? We will be talking to Michael Fett, the man behind the win, since he nominated the Spooky Kid for the award.
Not the 501st, those are Storm Troopers. Those guys can't shoot for sh** and their armor sucks. The Mandalorian Mercs join us to tell us all about the bad-assery that lies before the elite few who care to join their ranks! Are you one?
No doubt these guys can geek, so the show already rocks.
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Ladies and gentlemen, we are back and did we miss you, especially after two weeks, but we have a great show lined up for you this evening, tonight we're joined by Rob and Fab of the game-a-thoners, guys dedicated to helping charites by gaming once again proving gamers are good people, but that's not all, on episode 80 we talk some Mass Effect 4 rumors, PS4 get an editing video update, Goat Sim gets a box release, Last of Us has some DLC goodness, and we find out the Xbox One isn't selling as much as it should be, not only that, but a confirmed launch for Japan! Someone made a drowning sim and damn is is disturbing, Also on episode 80 we have some Dragon Age News, Batman Vs Superman lands another hero, Lord Marvel (Keith Feige) has some Avengers 2 fun, Disney has issues with Fett, Singer has issues with accusations. Marvel has plans for a fan favorite mutant, and the summer of Batman is set to kick off with a DC's variant covers. All this, and the usual tangets on Episode 80: Side of Blazin
How do you know if you have truly forgiven someone or even yourself? True forgiveness results in heartfetl change. Where you one fett anger and hatred, you now feel indiffeerence or even goodwill. You can think about he person who hurt you without being overwhelmed by painand rage. Explore this and other signs that you have forgiven with Dee Woolridge today.
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Allen Amis is a costume and prop builder working out of Chandler, Arizona. He got his start when Star Wars costuming ignited his passion for building and weathering sci-fi armor. He's won awards and accolades for his ability to bring artistic concepts and renderings to life as wearable costumes and displayable props. His most famous costume, The Samurai Boba Fett, is a show-stopper that even took a prize at Star Wars Celebration, the largest Star Wars convention in the US, and was featured in IO9, Geek Tyrant, and more. He recently finished a full-set Mass Effect Commander Shepard armor, Borderlands masks for an upcoming UAT fan film, finished a Fallout-inspired Mandalorian armor set for the Artmor Charity Auction, Appeared in the widely popular cosplay calendar MenvsCosplay, and has appeared in his Samurai Boba Fett in the hugely popular "Bohemian Rhapsody: Star Wars edition" paradoy video created by the Digital video team at UAT. He's always eager to help fans get their start on bringing their favorite costumes to life, and does several panels and talks throughout the year on the building process. You can catch Allen displaying and even wearing some of his creations at local Comic Book Conventions, Art Walks, and Charity functions throughout the year.