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Geektoberfest: Star Trek Renegades

For the kick-off to Geektoberfest, The Loud Idiots debate their favorite classic Star Trek monsters. Then actresses Courtney Peldon and Adrienne Wilkinson call in to discuss the new Star Trek…

Near Mint – Questionable Recommendations Volume I

Frank, Ken, and Pete make recommendations of the absolute best comics books that they have never actually read. Baseless as that sounds, they do give some good advice as to…

Near Mint – Godzilla meets Star Wars meets Archie

We’re looking at all-new situations for some classic characters in this episode of Near Mint, from Godzilla in Hell to Star Wars to Archie vs Predator and Archie vs Sharknado!

The Loud Idiots Go Back To School

On this episode, Longshot Ken relives his time in high school with William D’Andrea and Dorothy Dobkowski of the new musical Nether Region. Coincidences and past relationships are relived and…

Near Mint – Ant-Man, Comic Sales, and the Future!

Comic sales in the light of hugely successful movies, Secret Wars books you may actually like, Ant-Man origins, and theories on the coming Civil War!

Line Cutters Bonus Round- A Tribute to Satoru Iwata

Matt and Al pay tribute to the late Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata, and take a look at his life and accomplishments.

Line Cutters – SDCC 2015 and Ant-Man Sneak Peak!

Matt, Al, and Vin talk about San Diego Comic Con 2015, and Al gives a review of Marvel’s Ant-Man movie!

Near Mint Radio – Why Ultron is all the Rage

We review “Rage of Ultron” and discuss the true nature of Tony Stark and Hank Pim as relates to “Avengers: Age of Ultron”

Non-Productive.com – Troma or Crap?!

The crew at NonPro play the new hit game, Troma or Crap?! with Catherine Corcoran of Return to Nuke ‘Em High, and Jessica Rajs of the “Gorgeous and Gory” zombie…

Non-Productive.com – Battlestar Galactica Special

10 years ago, Battlestar Galactica made scifi and television history! Join us as we rewatch and review one of this most influential series to ever hit genre TV. In honor…