This might shock some folks, but the Order of Caretakers is about to review some comics. Howard the Human (by Scottie Young and Mahfood), String Divers (by Chris Ryall and Ashley Wood) and The Beauty (by Jeremy Haun and Jason A. Hurley). Which of these books will make the master’s menu?
Also, NEWS! Preacher in production, cosplayer appreciation, a whole buncha stuff!
This episode is a few days late, but there is no excuse this time. Doc Fluxx takes all responsibility. However, you know what they say in the podcast biz: “Better late than too often”. The order of caretakers is in the middle of reorganizing their act, so these next few episodes should, with any luck, confuse you.
The order presents their defense of Stan the Man Lee as they discuss this kooky new lawsuit. There is some other stuff but its been such a long time who even remembers? Its best to just listen. Episode 86, here you go!
This episode was supposed to be up on Wednesday but Doc Fluxx was abducted by Skrulls and had to escape a prison planet somewhere near Alpha Centauri. The last thing he wanted to do when he made it back was edit a podcast, but there is no letting you people down!
The trinity of caretakers talks Fantastic Four’s abysmal box office failure, X-Men on TV, Deadpool, the upcoming Archie Musical, Frederick Krueger, Wally West, and more! Then we offer up some comics to the master, but not before introducing the Professor to a round of WHAT IS IT!!!???
Ah yes, another Chamber Chats; the Masterpiece Theater of podcasts. Juan Deaho of the sparsely released – if inexplicably anticipated – Super Podcasto Magnifico joins Doc for a suitable rowdy discussion about Roddy Piper who has a very special place in both of their hearts. There are perhaps some other topics touched upon but who even remembers?
This episode was recorded a few days back, but the sting of this great loss still lingers in the hearts of many. RIP sir.
The trinity has united!! Professor Ryefleur finds his way back to the order of caretakers, and is proud to once again directly be serving the master. Father Shepherd has also returned from his tedious medical studies. It can not be understated how momentous this occasion is.
This episode the boys talk about the (now obsolete) unsubstantiated rumor that Channing Tatum quit Gambit, Jena Melone’s unconfirmed role in Batman V Superman, James Robinson’s mental breakdown via Airboy, a little more about Ant-Man, Hugh Jackman seeks fan advice, a bunch of other news items and some comic talk before finally launching into the long overdue fanquisition segment where they address fan questions and comments!
The Professor returns to Feed It Comics! Fanfare is resounding in the heavens. The earth trembles with molten joy. Doc Fluxx can barely contain his cool because of it. Its like old times again. Everything that was old is new again.
Doc is unprepared for news but he gives it his best. There is also the business of meandering banter laced with loving references to comics. What are the tags and keywords? Who knows. Maybe Doc should start taking notes during the show. Oh, right, he remembers, something about how FOX ruined Apocalypse…
This episode of Chamber Chats its Doc v Professor v Kevin from Loaded Dice: Dawn of something something… Yes, you read correctly; at long last Professor Ryefleur has returned to Feed It Comics in some capacity, and what better way to honor him than to force him to talk about Jesse Eisenberg’s hatred of San Diego Comicon, along with all of the Comicon stuff people are sick of talking about in general.
This episode of Chamber Chats its Doc v Professor v Kevin from Loaded Dice: Dawn of something something… Yes, you read correctly; at long last Professor Ryefleur has returned to Feed It Comics in some capacity, and what better way to honor him than to force him to talk about Jesse Eisenberg’s hatred of Comicon, along with all of the Comicon stuff people are sick of talking about in general.
San Diego Comicon happened and your faithful hosts did NOT attend. Bruce Campbell attended. Bill Murray attended. Lots of people attended. Sigh…
What’s lousier is Father Shepherd hasn’t even been able to dip into any news feeds to see what all the hub-bub is. It is because of this unfortunate ignorance he shall not be joining Doc Fluxx for this Comicon News episode, however, in his stead is real time guest Nicholas Prom from Comic Reflections!
You’re in for an hour and a half rapid-fire recap of as much Comicon news and knee-jerk reactionary opinions you can stomach. That is barely enough time to rake through the essentials, but what the hell do you want from them? They are only human. Humans who could not physically attend Comicon…
We get the feeling you guys could use a Chamber Chats. Maybe you’re a bit down and out because Doc Fluxx had promised a proper episode of Feed It Comics where he and Father Shepherd would address Fanquisitions, but worry not!! That episode is on the way. In the meantime, SHUT UP and enjoy Dewayne Feenstra and Pawz Man as they chat with Doc on a whole slew of topics.
They talk about new Spider-Man casting that puts a twitch in our britches, and speculate on a new Spidey villian. They talk about some exciting new Daredevil, casting as well as Marvel’s trouble with “mysticism”. They talk about Bill Nye, Neil Degrasse Tyson and light sail. They talk Twin Peaks and other stuff besides. Grab a stiff drink and join us by the fire for another Chamber Chats!!
Awwwwww yeah, that’s right, Doc Fluxx and Juan Daeho of Super Podcasto Magnifico in the house!! Bringing it to you old school and taking it to a higher level. Word to your moms, these fellas drop bombs and comic book and pop culture related opinions for the Feed It Comics minions. Smooth like butter, hot like a solar flare all up in your grill, sons.
Today these jokers honor the master with some minor newsy bits after Doc shares his experience at a comic swap and a gathering of PDX Indy comic-creators. Shia Lebeouf, Kanye and Diddy somehow become part of the conversation. Lots of back and forth and jiggery pokery, you know how it is, just listen.