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AJ’s spoiler free movie reviews covering films released that week.
In this episode AJ discusses his idea for an underwater murder mystery.
In this episode AJ tries his power of sleep on the unsuspecting listener while explaining his idea laden with yawns. Try to stay awake during this riveting episode!!
In this new format, join AJ and he sits down and discusses his comic book ideas. This will be the first in a long series to help relaunch the podcast.
In this episode, AJ, Neehigh, and James review Thor: Ragnarok. They also cover the news and tons more.
Last night I headed out to Wondercomics in Yucaipa, CA to join them in celebrating the midnight release of Dark Knights: Metal. For those who are unfamiliar with it, this is DC’s newest annual crossover comic book event. Normally, I avoid midnight release parties like the plague because I hadn’t been excited for any comic book titles. The last midnight book release I went to was for the last Harry Potter book.
What brought me out this time? Well, while I was at San Diego Comic Con this year I happened across an image for the cover. It contained the Bat symbol over a gear. As hard I could try, I couldn’t make it past the crazy crowd in my wheelchair so I was unable to get into the DC booth to gain more information. Continue reading
In this episode AJ reviews Spider-Man Homecoming.
Also, AJ sits down with James Ninness to discuss his newest book John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: Vault issue #1.
I must first begin by apologizing for the lateness of this post. I had meant to post it sooner, but as soon as I got home from the show I became so swamped that I was never able to write about it. Please don’t take the 2 week buffer between the end of the show and my post as any indication relating to my feelings on the show.
In our 178th episode, Anthony has gone missing and left AJ all to himself. Tune in to hear how awkward and uncomfortable AJ seems as he covers the news and reviews Alien: Covenant.
Curious as to why your Wondercon badge has a picture of some people and the words Midnight, Texas on it? Well wonder (see what I did there) no more!!
The official trailer for Midnight, Texas has been released along with some info.
Based on the horror novel series by “True Blood” author Charlaine Harris. The series premieres Tuesday, July 25th on NBC.
“The Tudors” actor Francois Arnaud stars as Manfred, a charming, powerful psychic who can communicate with spirits and finds safety in Midnight surrounding himself with both human and supernatural allies.
Other characters include pawn shop owner Bobo (Dylan Bruce), the witch Fiji (Parisa Fitz-Henley), the mysterious assassin Olivia (Arielle Kebbel), the angel Joe (Jason Lewis), the vampire Lemuel (Peter Mensah), aspiring writer Creek (Sarah Ramos), and Rev. Emilio Sheehan (Yul Vazquez).