This is it, our first fantasy league for Game of Thrones!
Month: April 2016
Join us this week for a discussion about Game of Thrones! We start off with Brandon’s hosting gig of the first ever Game of Thrones Fantasy League, where six teams vie for control of the Iron Fantasy Throne. After that we discuss the season premiere of the new season and what we expect from some Read More …
The ever talented Matt Raimo stops in again to discuss a tale of a frightened woman driving cross-country, away from her sanity and into the Twilight Zone.
Today I paid a hefty sum of money to be locked in a room for just over an hour, and it was awesome! Brandon and I, along with our wives, visited a great new entertainment experience called Breakout Waikiki. “Breakout” falls into the category of escape rooms, which are starting to pop up all over the US and Read More …
The Amazing Comic Con owners and organizers, Jimmy and Bill Jay, take some time to discuss the upcoming Amazing Hawaii Comic Con and reveal some exciting news for those Robert Kirkman fans attending the convention!
Jon Favreau has come a long way. From his debut with Swingers (1996) to the film that, arguably, kicked the Marvel Cinematic Universe into high gear,Iron Man (2008). Favreau comes out “swinging” with the live action version of Disney’s The Jungle Book.
The first things I think of this episode are: why are they wasting so much water when they drink out of the canteen and why does Pierson draw what he does at the end? I don’t have any of the answers, but if you think you do, shoot me a message! @S4YA_Podcast or S4YAPodcast@gmail.com
I’ve said it before and by gum, I’ll say it again: time travel is awesome. There are so many variations of time travel in history and pop culture that to think about them all is as mind bending as time travel itself.
A long time ago, I’d watched the Dolph Lundgren “Punisher” and thought it was awesome (I was a kid, so sue me). I also remember this awesome Nintendo game where you looked over Punisher’s shoulders in third person and there was a cross-hair on the screen that you’d use to shoot wave after wave of Read More …
Fellow Geekader, director and writer Matt Raimo stops in to discuss the episode