We also discuss other early internet phenomena, such as Camp Chaos, the Fic Bitches, Cat Man, Regurge, Twisted Wire, Odd Todd, and other weird things we used to look up on the internet ten or more years ago. Then strap on your particle accelerators, because Kittyhawk and Red Ink join us for some Ghostbusters. Joining us this week is the constantly awesome Kittyhawk, who radiated sunshine to pierce the dark cloud cast by this movie. So, Viz put out a trailer announcing the entire Sailor Moon series, uncut, newly dubbed, and on Blu Ray. Here we have the somewhat complete story of the amazing career of Carl Macek, though we did skip over some things, such as his time at DiC and Spumco.
We discuss Kill la Kill, which was still running new episodes at the time of this recording. Adventure Time!Today we’re joined by Bea and Kittyhawk, and we’re talking about Adventure Time! Today’s podcast is a special after-Christmas show about some of the Christmas cartoons we forgot to talk about on the last Christmas episode.
We also veer off topic more than usual in this show, and yet it still manages to be a staggering two hours long.
New episodes of Animation Aficionados will be along just as soon as I come down off my holiday sugar buzz. And in a bonus section, we also talk more about the Brian Griffin incident and why Seth McFarlane is actually just trolling the internet. In this, a very special Animation Aficionados, we discuss other famous on-screen deaths, including some from past episodes of Family Guy.
This is, like, totally garbage!We’re joined by Kittyhawk to talk about some French animation that is either made in part or inspired by anime. Joining us on this ride through insanity is Kittyhawk, and Pablo drops by later in the show! We also have a MAMMOTH pre-show, the longest ever, in which we talk about the bullshit that is Platinum Studios and their acquisition and subsequent destruction of Drunk Duck.
In this debut episode, Host Ben and JT from Saskatoon sit down and talk about their history in comics. Kittyhawk and Pablo join us this week as we look back upon the career of Lou Scheimer, the man behind Filmation.
I’m now experimenting with a WordPress plugin for Hootsuite that will also let me more easily submit posts for this blog also. I definitely would have preferred to have the show come back on another network, but that was always a long shot to say the least, and this way we’ll still get to see the end of the story the way the original writers intend for us to.
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Bristol based indie developer, Auroch Digital, have announced a sequel to their 2013 adaptation of the cult Games Workshop board game ‘Chainsaw Warrior’, to be released on Steam and mobile devices this winter. Chainsaw Warrior, which came out on iOS, Android and Steam last year, was an adaptation of the 1987 classic from Games Workshop, famous for its challenging difficulty.
Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night, sees players once again fighting against the clock as they battle through decks of deadly traps and fierce creatures.
To celebrate the announcement, Auroch Digital have declared a day long 50% sale on the original Chainsaw Warrior, giving players a perfect opportunity to catch up with the story so far on the 18th November.
The digital version was released last year creating excitement and nostalgia with fans who fondly remembered playing it as well as converting new fans to the title.
To win a copy of the game, players need to record a play session and submit a video link to the developers via gtn at aurochdigital dot com – the best submitted run-through of the game (on any platform) will win the prize. As to whether Goslings is a successful novel outside the context of its science fictional speculation is hard to say. My guess is Beresford started out writing about the Goslings, finished his first draft, and then added the story of Jasper Thrale because he decided he needed a man in his story about a world of women to explain things, and ultimately get things done. Max Brooks and Avatar Press have announced Legendary Television and Digital optioned the New York Times Bestselling Author Brooks’ Extinction Parade as an original property for development as a new television series.  Brooks is closely tied to the development of the project and will be writing the Pilot episode. Brooks is known for his meticulously researched zombie fiction and is the author of the bestselling novels World War Z and the Zombie Survival Guide.  Recently World War Z was adapted into one of the biggest theatrical horror releases of 2013 and now Extinction Parade is set to follow suit as an upcoming television series. As these two fan favorite undead species prepare to make their television debut under the direction of Brooks’ definitive vision joining programs like The Walking Dead and Hannibal as the best horror on television, the first chapter of the Extinction Parade graphic novel series is set to premiere this coming July.  The trade paperback collection offers a unique opportunity to step into the world of zombies vs vampires and experience a terrifying new chapter in horror. About Legendary Entertainment Legendary Entertainment is a leading media company with film (Legendary Pictures), television and digital (Legendary Television and Digital Media) and comics (Legendary Comics) divisions dedicated to owning, producing and delivering content to mainstream audiences with a targeted focus on the powerful fandom demographic. Avatar Press is a groundbreaking independent publishing company which produces a wide variety of cutting-edge comic books, graphic novels, and original web content.
I’ll have some more thoughts on the book itself after my pre-order arrives later this month.

The first season of Defiance ended over six months ago, and season two is still almost three months away. The minisodes pick up after the end of season one, with Nolan on the road trying to track down Irissa.  And through a series of flashbacks they also flesh out the story of how Nolan and Irissa got along after they first met when he rescued her from the Castithan snake cult. Other shows like Walking Dead had webisodes that were cool to watch, but not integral to the show. The run just over 5 minutes each, and can be viewed on the Syfy website, or embedded below. Destructomundo and Through the Aftermath aren't ever lost, and as a convenient place to collect media, like on the Post-Apocalytpic Audio Dramas page. A tweet and a blog post gave me the idea for the next set of post-apocalyptic media to archive, a collection of public domain apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic comics. Our RoboCop Remake is a crowd-sourced project where dozens of separate film-makers each re-created a scene from the movie, sometimes serious, sometimes hilarious, but almost always great fun to watch. But whoa, talk about suffering an emotional shock; if you're a guy, there's a certain scene that is going to give you nightmares.
After Reset: The Fall of Gyes are sitting at 70% of their Kickstarter goal, but with 9 days to go, they have a good chance of making it, if they can get a steady stream of support for the remaining time. After Reset: The Fall of Gyes is a 32 page graphic novel that's both a standalone story, and a prequel of sorts for the upcoming After Reset RPG currently in development. A $10 contribution to the Kickstarter will get you a DRM-free digital copy of the graphic novel, but supporting them to the tune of just $40 will also get you instant access to the current tech build of the game, alpha and beta access, and then a full copy of the final game when it's released, which should be sometime later this year.
Bookmark it, subscribe, or just stop by, and if you have any suggestions for freely available videos that I can add to the collection, I’d love to hear about them. The 70s appetite for post-apocalyptic tales rolled on with the American release of The Ultimate Warrior (TUW) in late June of 1976.
Seeing the civilized world we like to assume is permanent, in a state of abandon and decay, has a curious fascination. TEOTWAWKI — Exploring the notion of The End Of The World As We Know It, has shown up periodically in books since the early 1800s, and later in movies.
Taint of Doom — Within The Baron’s group, can be seen the legacy problems that plagued mankind since Cain slew Abel. Anne Juliana Gonzaga became a Servant of Mary following the death of her husband, Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria in 1595, after receiving a vision of the Madonna, to whom her parents had prayed to cure her of a childhood illness?
And did I mention I just passed 1 million views and 5000 subscribers on my YouTube channel?
And while, unfortunately, we simply can’t make more episodes of the show (alas, there are financial realities we can’t overcome), we can do the next best thing.
If you take a look at the attached photo, you’ll see that we brought back the entire writing staff to work on it. Described as “an incredibly faithful adaptation” (Forbes) Chainsaw Warrior won support from fans of the board game and new players alike with its punishing campaign, and the sequel promises to maintain that intensity while adding stacks of new challenges to test players. Lords of the Night introduces an upgraded combat system, new weapons, upgrades, powers and equipment, unique mini bosses that require careful tactics to defeat, three new zones to fight through and an even tougher confrontation with the enigmatic Darkness than ever before. It’s important to us that people who played the original can jump right in and feel at home, but at the same time we want to use this opportunity to build on the challenge and add in some tricks that the digital format opens up for us” said Steve Martin, the game’s designer at Auroch Digital. The game was originally released in its physical form back in 1987 and is a classic piece of gaming history – a rare solo board game which pitted the player against the clock. To keep in the loop with the project you can like Auroch Digital on Facebook or follow them on Twitter. If you enjoy these masterpieces, without any doubt you should have to check “After The End”. Through complete or joint ownership, Legendary has built a library of marquee media properties and has established itself as a trusted brand which consistently delivers high-quality, commercial entertainment including some of the world’s most popular intellectual property. Their high-quality publications include the work of such industry luminaries as Garth Ennis (Crossed, Chronicles of Wormwood), Warren Ellis (Freakangels, No Hero), Christos Gage (Absolution, Crossed), Kieron Gillen (Uber), Max Brooks (Extinction Parade), Jonathan Hickman (God is Dead), and Alan Moore (Neonomicon, Fashion Beast). A nine-month break like that is a long time to expect fans to stick around and wait for new content, so the folks at Syfy have released a set of five minisodes, titled The Lost Ones, to try to tide you over until the first episode of season two on June 19. But the Defiance minisodes are a must watch for fans of the show as they advance the story directly, and are sure to at least be referred to when the show returns. The story is not really “science” fiction, as much as it belongs in the post-apocalyptic genre.
Writers and audiences had a sinking feeling (every now and then) that the civilization to which people had grown accustomed to might fail. They cling to hope, and try to maintain some semblance of order, but the fallen nature of humanity shows through the widening cracks. We’ll keep you posted—in the coming months, you can expect more details, sneak peeks, and early artwork.

The original was noted for its challenging solo gameplay – an aspect that has been preserved in the digital version. Beresford, is a 1913 post-apocalyptic novel about a plague that sweeps across the world and kills mainly men.
Beresford wrote during the age of passionate socialists who wanted to rebuild the world into a new order, of ardent feminist writers who wrote about female only utopias, and gloom and doom end-of-the-world prophecies.  Goslings reflects his thoughts about these topics.
Wells was a proponent of free love, and Beresford touches on this popular concept of his day too. In aggregate, Legendary Pictures-associated productions have realized grosses of more than $8 billion worldwide at the box office. 1 DVD from 2010 included the 18-minute documentaryLords of Light - The Thundarr the Barbarian Story. In the city, there is a compound, fortified with junk ramparts, in which a remnant of civilized mankind lives. The loyalty you’ve shown REVOLUTION these past months has been touching and overwhelming—it’s meant more to me than you’ll ever know. But Miles, Monroe, Rachel, Charlie, Aaron, Neville and the rest will return for the epic finale to the REVOLUTION storyline. Yul Brynner stars as a freelance “warrior” amid the tribal societies of a post-apocalyptic New York City. Max von Sydow does a good job as The Baron, the world-weary (yet resolutely hopeful) leader of a decaying society. In the industrializing era of the 19th century, teotwawki fiction did not get a lot of traction.
The Baron saw the only hope for the survival of civilized man, was to once again become producers of food, not scavengers. They are puzzled by a man who just stands in front of the library, for days, in a meditative trance.
Between the two tribal camps were the “street people” — unorganized feral humans who preyed on the weak or the stray.
A few lines of dialogue explain that there was a plague which not only affected people (in the subway tunnels are skeletons wearing gas masks), but more importantly, the plague killed the world’s food crops.
One man, a sort of Judas character, steals a tomato (forbidden fruit) and plants it in another man’s hut. They’re doing it, because like you, they’re passionate about this story and want to see it end correctly. Convinced that the man is the warrior he needs, The Baron makes him an offer of food, lodging, freedom and cigars. Those who did not die of plague, or starved to death, were reduced to scavengers of whatever food existed before the plague. The framed man gets no support from his neighbors, hinting at offstage tensions or rivalries. Robert Clouse, famous as the director of martial arts films such as, Enter The Dragon, wrote the story as well as directed. With the advent of the nuclear era, the prospect of comfy civilization crumbling looked a lot more plausible.
Carson and Melinda, while never cast as a romantic pair, become a sort of Adam and Eve with their Garden sanctuary off the coast. When the late 60s-early 70s added angst over pollution and overpopulation, people had even more reasons to picture teotwawki. He is growing food plants that are immune to the plague that decimated the earth decades ago.
Only The Baron’s lieutenant seems to realize afterward how they had suddenly decayed into a savage mob, ala The Lord of the Flies. He wants Carson to take his pregnant daughter, Melinda and Cal out of the city via subway tunnels, to go live on an idyllic island off the North Carolina coast.
One shrew of a woman ventures out beyond the gates, assuming that she knows where some powdered milk is hidden. Members of the rival (and criminal) gang, led by a read-headed man named Carrot, catch the couple in the bakery and kill them.

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