Attention Archie Nation! This One’s For You!

ArchieThat title is meant to be ironic since we’re not an Archie podcast. Do Archie podcasts exist? You bet your fat freckles that they do, Jugghead, but that ain’t us. What we do have, though, is a Senior Archie Correspondent in the form of Chris Cummins, a first-rate Archie historian who has written the word shapes for Den of Geek US, Topless Robot, Geekadelphia, and the trivia insert in Delaware Valley Ground Round menus from 1996-1999 (Uncredited). He’s also a first-rate human man. And I love him.

Chriztopper has lent his expertise to a new collection of classic Archie stories from “The Vault”, writing introductions to the stories before sitting back and thinking, “Yes. I have done a man’s work on this day!”

Where is this vault and how can we assemble a multi-ethnic team of minor celebrities and Brad Pitt to break into it? Kristofor wouldn’t tell us. As I said, he’s a good man, Archipelago of Archie fans, you are defended!

“Archie’s Favorite Comics From The Vault” is available from fine online retailers for the low low price of $9.99. If you have a ten dollar bill, you gonna keep that penny and you goona get 400 pages of Archie with some Veronica and some Betty on the side.

Here’s a quote from Chrysanthemum Cumberbatch about the ecstasy of writing words about Archie, EVEN THOUGH HE DEAD!

“As someone who has been reading Archie since he could read, the ability to write introductions for stories crafted by masters like Dan DeCarlo, Harry Lucey, and Bob Bolling is an absolute dream come true. This is hands down the most creatively rewarding experience I’ve ever had in my professional life.”

Clearly, Cristobal Comeuppance doesn’t remember the glory of being on this here podcast. Punk.

UPDATE: Chris told me Jugghead has one “G”. Whatever.

Source: THE CLOUD

‘s San Diego Comic-Con 2014 Review/Recap/Recovery Show

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It’s San Diego Comic-Con hangover season and Jeremy and Jason are here to welcome you to the 3rd Annual Bastard-Con™ where we talk about all the big Comic-Con news that was(n’t)! Are you into King Kong vs. Godzilla vs. obscure French Sculptors, Mad Max vs. our once dim expectations and the curious relationship between Batman‘s glowing eyes and a popular 1990s Seal music video? Good, this is the show for you and in addition to those things, we also talk about more things, like: [read more>>]

in conversation with ‘Knuckleheads’ Writer/Co-creator Brian Winkeler

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Brian Winkeler is the writer behind Knuckleheads, the official comic book of slackers and, by extension, RadioBastard. A previous guest in the days before order came to the west and this here show was called The BastardCast, Jeremy and Jason welcome Brian back to RadioBastard to talk about comic book making, the move from Monkeybrain and digital to a paper collection with IDW, his San Diego Comic-Con plans and his love affair with comics. [read more>>]

Meets The Littlest Robo

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And we’re back… from a slightly less lengthy break this time (we have to slowly ramp up your dosage or you’ll be overcome with sexual urges). Do you like robot love, comic book movies, Harrison Ford‘s body parts, Steven Seagal and Scooby Doo? Good for you, because we’re talking all about those things and more on RadioBastard!

Also, do you like details? You’re in luck! Here’s something close to that… sort of!

On the show this week, Jeremy and Jason discuss: [read more>>]

In Conversation with Comic Book Writer Brian Winkeler and SEGA Historian Darren Wall

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This time on The BastardCast: In Conversation, we talk to indie comic book creator Brian Winkeler about his Monkeybrain book, Knuckleheads (available here,) transitioning from monsters to pancakes, the business of creating and selling an indie comic, and more. [read more>>]

Versus JCVD, Unicorns After Dark and, Fred the Asteroid

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This time on The Real Heroes of Podcasting, otherwise known as The BastardCast, Jeremy and Jason are joined by leather clad dynamo Chris Cummins (Geekadelphia, Topless Robot, & HibernationSickness.com) to do the no-no dance with words and emotion and sexual fervor. Also, Star Wars and a special iTeam investigation, “Unicorns vs. Dragons: Who Would You Rather Get Blown By?” The answer may surprise you.

What more do you need to fill the whole in your lives blasted through you by the cancellation of NBC’s IRONSIDE? How about the long awaited return of TACO TIME!?! Do you need more? Alright, we’re talking about the great comic book boob blockade, the future of Daredevil, the death of Beware the Batman, and we discuss Marvel and DC’s failings in the making good superhero movies with strong lady heroes in the lead.

You know we gotta talk about Russia’s war on asteroids, a global killer named Fred, the Captain America: Winter Soldier trailer (which we watch with both of our eyes!), customer service with JCVD, the ways that Steven Moffat wrath fucks the Whovian kind, Sulu and Checkov sitting in a tree, and in a new segment called “Rapping with Jason”, Jason spits Fresh Prince lyrics while taking you through which scotch tapes you’re going to want on hand this holiday season.

All that and BONUS CONTENT FEATURING LIES ABOUT PUMPKINS AND YOUR FATHER, on The BastardCast!waynes_world_doritos-medThe BastardCast, willing to sell out at a moments notice.

Versus NYCC and Lovemaking the Machete Way

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This time on The BastardCast, Jeremy and Jason are up all night to get some… cheese fries. They’re also talking about Jason’s adventures in the big city during New York Comic Con and all the big comic book news that came out of the con, as well as the week’s biggest nerd news stories, and that one time when people were doing it in the movie theater while Jason watched Machete Kills.

What are those nerd news stories? Well, we play the Michael B. Jordan casting game, wag a finger at Harrison Ford for his indecisiveness about Star Wars Episode VII and Blade Runner II, George Lucas and JJ Abrams share fried mac and cheese balls, Jason and Jeremy discuss GTA V’s free crack giveaway (they’re dolling out half a mils worth of pixelated money), and the guys discuss their Hawaii Five-O script — “Book-M Dano: An Odyssey in Space”.

Also on the show, the fellas discuss NASA’s unfair bias against experienced slackers, talk about the glory that is Mel Gibson’s and spoil the shit out of Gravity (it’s the last thing on the show… so you have no excuse to bail before that if you haven’t seen it… that is unless we suck.)pug-roomn

All that and wheelchair jousting with Harry Knowles, ON The BastardCast!