Wednesday, August 17, 2011

#047 - Trailblazers? No.

The pre-show preparation includes a lot of chanting and speaking in tongues. Episode #047 touches on this somewhat, but not a lot. Ask us about it more on Twitter. Email for any reason at all. Facebook lets you show your friends that you love us. Fanoff rocks, go there! Tumblr is nice yes? Comic Booked is a cool place too, so go there after. Listen, especially on iTunes. You can love, too.

Episode #047:
• Intro - Ceremonial body painting is discussed! Go visit Discount Comic Book Services where there are some freaking awesome deals! 
• Topic Thunder - Web-comic product placement and Taco Bell; Robert Kirkman may betray us; and Marvel hates Jack Kirby, apparently.
• Read 'Em and Weep - Batgirl #24 by Bryan Q. Miller and Pere Perez; Criminal: Last of the Innocents #3 by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips; Punisher Max #16, by Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon.
• Listen Bitches - David selects "Make It Wit Chu" by Queens of the Stone Age; Austin selects "Give a Little" by Hanson; both the boys select "Hideous Energy: The Truth Shirts" by Bryan J. Daggett.

David Hopkins and Austin Wilson are their own product placement. They talk about themselves like they are products. It's weird. This show runs 1:39:45. Oh yeah! Go to now, and you'll go right to Fan Off, which acts as a hub for all of our stuff! It even has an iTunes link on it. Yes!


  1. Product Placements:

    I can't stand the fact that in the new Star Trek movie, young Kirk has a Nokia phone in his car.

    The ring tone and logo/font are exactly the same.

    I don't know, but a lot of people doubt that Nokia is gonna be around 10 years from now let alone 300!

  2. Walking Dead Prequel:

    The TV show pretty much confirmed that the zombies were created by a virus.

    That may not be "cannon" though.

  3. I remember a lot of people around me reacted negatively to that scene in J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek," but oddly it was to the inclusion of "Sabotage" by the Beastie Boys.