This week's episode: Producer Justin from the Geek Offensive podcast stops by to wish JPG a happy birthday...and to completely derail the group's opinions on the Avengers: Infinity War trailer! We also address Cole's first viewing of The Room, Alix's jewelry tastes, and how JPG thinks South Park: The Fractured But Whole is one of the most interesting games of 2017.
This week's episode: a very loud and emotionally charged argument about the Justice League film! Alix & Cole fight like parademons to get their point across, while JPG makes an analogy perfectly fit for the holiday season. And because we forgot to say it at the beginning of the podcast: SPOILERS FOR THE JUSTICE LEAGUE FILM
This week's episode: an innuendo-filled podcast with owner and lead designer David Zuckman from Obscure Reference Games! Alix, Cole, and JPG delve into board gaming, the pitfalls of creating things that you love, and our appreciation for dinosaurs and literary references. Make sure to check out David's company at obscurereferencegames.com!
This week's episode: Alix, Cole, and JPG address why one of the latest episodes of The Orville was terrifying to them on a deep, unsettling level. Also: JPG hates social media, Alix calls on the assistance of hackers, and the crew gives their opinions on Thor: Ragnarok."
This week's episode: Alix, Cole, and JPG sit down with Emily Schmemily and Justin Quizon for a talk on Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Ark! We cover topics like trying to be professional, when representation backfires, and why Marion probably shouldn't have fallen for Indy again. Make sure to check out the Benview on Spielberg podcast also!
This week's episode: Alix, JPG, and Kent talk about Web Comics, while also addressing really happens at comic book stores. Cole gives us his thoughts on The Strain even though he isn't at the studio.
This week's episode: Alix, Cole, and JPG talk about their excitement for the Black Panther trailer, while also addressing what costumes might be inappropriate this Halloween. Cole also learns about the Bechdel-Wallace Test, and the founders touch on My Little Pony, the Orville, and Galaxy of Pen and Paper.