Today marks the announcement of something that many of us have feared: Watchmen 2. Or, more accurately, Before Watchmen, a project that until today seemed about as likely as DC Comics bringing back Jason Todd or Barbara Gordon... Hey, wait a minute! So what’s the big deal?
With the second season premiere of the sword & sandals epic Spartacus just around the corner, we had the opportunity to talk with Australian actress Viva Bianca, who plays the manipulative Roman aristocrat Ilithyia on the Starz series.
In honour of DC Comics' much touted Fall relaunch, we figured it would be best to kick off our post-Fan Expo coverage with some interviews related to storied publisher, namely, artists Shane Davis and Wes Craig.
This week's episode sees an end to season one of the show. In this episode we are joined by Deborah Etta Robinson, who shares her love of bad television, while Gavin helps probe the mind of a modern comic and shares his telephone tales of woe. Jeff brings us up to speed on the recent comic news, and provides what can only be described as the best questions for a grown persons slumber party.
Gavin and Jeff discuss the future of science fiction, proper nerd classification, and the invisible stripper pole in Gavin's office.
Gavin and Jeff are back and discuss the plight of the Playstation Network outage, the outcome of comic book event fatigue, and a quick recap of death in the fantasy genre.
Gavin and Jeff return with Thor highlights, a discussion on events in comicdom, and highlight some recent events that happened in Toronto. Gavin then takes some time to address the emails he received in response to his Fortress of Ballertude Steampunk video.
In this exciting new episode of the Fortress, Gavin illustrates the potential diversity of Ray Parker Junior's classic Ghostbusters theme song, and more importantly how to tie it into your day to day life.
This week Gavin and Jeff are joined by Todd Van Allen, host of the Comedy Above The Pub Podcast. The three men share their thoughts on comedy and politics in Canada, and wax poetic about upcoming blockbusters.
This week Gavin and Jeff are left alone to discuss the upcoming election and politics in Canada. We also review event fatigue, and the overall lack of memorable events happening in mainstream comics.
This week Gavin and Jeff are joined by Arda Ocal and Brent Furtney, co-hosts of The Score's Right After Wrestling, as well as the hilarious Deborah Etta Robinson.
Recorded live at Clandestiny on March 6th. This is a condensed version of the show: one song, and a few jokes from each comics set. Then we give you some choice cuts of one of the funniest shows we have ever done.
This week we try some new things on the show: a new cold open, followed by a little music, our guests and then various odds and ends. In this episode, Gavin and Jeff are joined by Kathleen Corrigan (The Shelf's resident TV Dork) and author/relationship coach Samantha Fraser.
This week the Naked Nerd Katherine Curtis joins us to discuss the logistics of Naked News reporting, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and recent Superman casting news.
With Gavin off in New York City, Jess and Jeff are joined by writer Ira Nayman. The trio discuss fear itself, Doctor Who, interactive storytelling, the recent Superman casting and of course quiz and pitch time.
In the thriling conclusion of Wednesday's show, we are again joined by members of the Toronto Roller Derby. The gang discusses the dynamics of the sport of derby, the origins of the derby girl, and the common nerdom we share.
Joining Gavin and Jeff this week are members of the Toronto Roller Derby. The gang discusses the dynamics of the sport of derby, the secret origins of the derby girls, and, well there was so much stuff we had to spread it out over two episodes. So check back here this Friday for the part two!
Following last week's epic show with our guest Teddy Wilson, co-host of InnerSPACE on the SPACE channel, we present to you the stunning conclusion! This week we find out what Gavin really thought of The Wrestler, twist endings, talk more about the inner workings of popular media and quiz each other on hyper-nerdy trivia, all of which makes for an entertaining show.