And Where Are All The Gods? With All-Con in full swing, the JCU South team has decended on Addison, Texas with something close to a fervor. While the boss is away, Andrew calls in HKC Regular, Jason "Old Hollywood" Adams for Hot Takes on Everything from Freaks and Geeks, to #1moreBlade. The topic is "A World with Superheroes"; but they don't let that stop them from getting real deep into Rasicm, Cults, Macroeconomics, and lord knows what else. Join us, Won't you, for another descent into Madness with Hey Kids, Comics! Issue 219 - And Where Are All The Gods
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Logan has hit theatres and Wolverine fans, from the casual to the hardcore, are being blown away!
This is true of your esteemed hosts Andrew Farmer and Cole Houston as they could not wait to devote an episode not only to this film, but to the cinematic history of Wolverine himself. For 17 years Hugh Jackman has portrayed this pivitol X-Men character and the last hurrah is worthy of an icon.
Join these fanboys as they talk up Jackman, Wolverine, and more!
The Rantcor Pit is running late, but catching up quickly!
Welcome to the latest episode where JediCole Houston and Eddie Medina tackle some of the toughest questions one could possibly encounter pertaining to that Galaxy Far, Far Away. This translates of course to Star Wars questions posed on Yahoo Answers!
Even Yoda himself might blanch at some of the questiongs found in that repository of crowd-sourced answers to the most unsual of inquiries. But your hosts are not going it alone! Jeff McGee (of Marvin Dog Media) is back to help them take up the challenge. Find out what Ewoks eat, what's up with Obi-Wan, the best ways to summarize a Star Wars film, how many Star Wars animals can be named in one sitting, and more!
If you're as curious as Curious George then you don't want to miss this answer-packed edition!
Hey Kids, Comics! is back with a family-style issue about family relationships. Concentrating primarily on partent/child and silbling relations, Andrew Farmer and Cole Houston explore some of the most iconic and a few of the more obscure characters who have family ties.
Joining them on this journey is none other than JediCole's brother, Clay (aka OrdinaryClay). Enjoy this episode of the podcast that is fun for the whole family!
People have questions. There are answers everywhere, but none so amazing as those found on Yahoo Answers.
Andrew Farmer and Cole Houston are joined by Eddie Medina (The Rantcor Pit, Figments) as they delve into the ultimate Q&A on comic book related topics - Yahoo Answers.
Smallville, Spider-Man, and more await...
The Rantcor Pit gets domestic in the latest episode in which kitchenwares are the order of the day.
Hosts Cole Houston and Eddie Medina take to the kitchen Star Wars style with an exploration of dozens upon dozens of household items from waffle irons to refrigerators to baking needs. Discover just how much you can outfit yourself for cooking, baking, grilling, and general preparations right down to dispensing condiments at table without every stepping outside of a theme from the Galaxy Far, Far Away...
To hold in your hands the power of the gods themselves would certainly corrupt from within, such is the danger of far too much power when ti comes to our favorite comic book characters.
Many are those who are so powerful that it got to be rather ridiculous that nobody ever wrote tales of them successfully taking over the world until that finally started happening. Yet there is always a way around that, usually somebody else with godlike powers. This week Andrew Farmer and Cole Houston bid farewell to "Psi-Fi" in this, the final chapter.
The most powerful psionics were rated and explored just as the newest Marvel television series "Legion" was about to have its aptly timed premiere. Needless to say, the comic book version of this Xavier spawn is a huge part of the mix in this issue.
Welcome back to Psi-Fi as the exploration of psionic powers in comincs draws closer to its conclusion with some revelations, observations, and calculations.
Hosts Andrew Farmer and Cole Houston discuss the ways in which everyone from the super-human to the regular human can (or cannot) counteract the "powers of the mind". Finding equal and opposite reactions for psionics can be tricky, but more often than not they rest witin the mind itself.
All of this and so much more in this mentally challenging episode of Hey Kids, Comics!
Psi-Fi continues wiht a look at the power players on the field of psionics. Face it, some heroes and villains just wound up winning the super-power lottery!
Andrew Farmer and Cole Houston put their heads together and try to wrap them around the powers of the mind in comics. There are some genuine heavy hitters out there with powers that raise them to a level bordering on godlike...but that is a story for the final issue of the arc.
Yes! The Rantcor Pit returns at last!
A lengthy hiatus later your hosts Cole "JediCole" Houston and Eddie Medina are back on schedule with new episodes on the second and fourth Sundays of every month!
With just about a month having passed since the debut of "Rogue One', your favorite Star Wars guys have decided to explore the individual characters of one of their favorite Star Wars movies! With so many new, and a few returning, characters from which to choose they could not cover just everybody, but do pay tribue to almost everyone of note. From the Rogue One team to the various factions of the Empire to a few ancillary characters that just had to be discussed, this episode had plenty of character(s)!
Enjoy the first in the new recurring series "Character Witness"!
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