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Dec, 2017
Talking Crit

The adventures of Vox Machina have concluded, and we have a nice episode to tie everything up together.  What a long and strange journey it has been.  Brendan and I talk about the final conclusion; remember when we thought this was going to be done

THe Nerds

Thor Rangnarok hit us all in early November; in classic Nerds fashion, we are talking about it now.  We sit down to talk about why the Marvel comedy worked, and what makes it stand out from the rest of the MCU.   If you want to hear

The D&D Podcast

"I can't make decisions, I'm a minor!" Here we are, the finale.  It has been a long time coming, and the Head Smashers are facing off against a old foe.  There is nothing left to say, nothing left to do, it's time for the Head Smashers

Talking Crit: Shadows of Thomara

The march through the titan continues, and more traps and combat lay in wait for Vox Machina.  There is that feeling of conclusion looming over head for the group.  Not all ends are good; not all ends are bad, but there must always be a finish to our adventure.

 

Big shout out to David Rodrigues as his Vex’alia mash up.  This hits all the right spots for me, because I love Cyber Punk.  It takes me back to the Shadow Run days in Seattle, and trying to evade a mage while getting paid.  This could be found in Bladerunner, Akira, or Seattle in 2076. The bike fills in nicely for the broom, and the colours are a great combination of grim dark, and that city light glow.  She’s somewhere central, but the seedy part of the city, which is typical Vex.  If you haven’t given David a follow by now, go get familiar with his work.  The work he put into this shows, it is fantastic.

 

Our family lost someone important today.  Our dog Rusty passed away due to cancer.  It started a few weeks ago with a limp, and one X-ray can change a life.  This is a rough one for us.  My folks got him as a response to me getting cancer for the first time back in ’06.  We always had a special bond, I’d look at him and he’d look at me, and we just got each other.  He was always full of life.  Anytime someone would come around, ears up and tail wagging, he was just happy to be around people.  He was a good friend, and even better family member.

I’ll miss you Rusty, thank you for sharing your time with us.

 

 

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<p>My name is Jonny, I’m a writer, photographer, podcaster, all around general nerd. If you love comics, video games, or anything else in the geek-o-sphere.</p> <p>Let’s have some fun.</p>

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