Come with me and you'll be in a world of pure artificial imagination. Listen to me babble as I try to provide opinions on the robots and AI in PLUTO, Urasawa's take of the classic Tezuka tale: The Greatest Robot on Earth
It's time to let loose just a smidge instead of always writing dissertations. Let's keep things shorter and more personal with the new Taquitos! Or mini-sodes. Look, I gotta keep it thematically complicated.
Join me as a FINALLY talk about Ghost of Tsushima! This covers a little creation history and my personal opinions about characters and some of the philosophy behind them. I do not have a single link to any specific interview. I watched a ton to grab all my info and pulled Read More
The long awaited chat about Ghost of Tsushima has finally released! Joining me is Erik (from Epik Fails of History) as we chat about the game, the story, our likes, etc.! Be sure to check out the Epik Fails episode #27 on the history behind the real Mongolian Invasion! Erik’s Read More
On this episode of The World is My Burrito, Jose and I taco 'bout the wacky, zany 1990s straight to video film and cult classic, Shin Kamen Rider: Prologue. I cover a little bit of V-Cinema history and provide some stats concerning the franchise. The new film directed by Hideako Read More
Join myself and Erik Slader (from Epik Fails of History and Podcasters Assemble) as we discuss John Scalzi's newest novel, Kaiju Preservation Society. If you're a fan of sci-fi, giant monsters, and a story that respects your limited time, this is the read for you! John Scalzi BibliographyShop local but Read More
Join me while I talk about my recent 20-day trip! Rather than take even longer to release an episode, live vicariously through my past as I excuse my constant delays with neat words and pretty brain pictures.Something resembling a product list:FIND YOUR LOCAL OUTDOOR STORE. But if you don’t have Read More
Join me as I speak with Matt from Star Fruit Books about Junji Ito's GYO! We'll dive into some history and even review the well-known terrible OVA (don't worry that part is short).Please check out Star Fruit's unique, DRM free, AND LIMITED PHYSICAL COPY manga collection:www.StarFruitBooks.comAnd on all social media Read More
Join me as I emBarker (get it?) on a journey down the highways of the dead, checking out Clive Barker's short stories "The Book of Blood" (1984) and "On Jerusalem Street (a postscript)" (1985) and two accompanying films: Book of Blood (2009) and Books of Blood (2020). Also search for me Read More
Relax to this soothing, live recording as Justin from Straight Chilling Podcast joins me to discuss the finer points of BioShock. It's a nerdy hour interview held live in a local cafe. This episode pre-dates episode 11 by several months, providing you with amazingly realistic reactions and genuine surprises.
Join me in my first Halloween Special I cover the inspiration, history, and meaning behind Clive Barker's The Hellboung Heart and Hellraiser! This episode also features none other than BOB from The Straight Chilling Podcast in my newest segment: Let's Taco Bout It. Strap into your strap-on and in this Read More
Join me for the second part of Message to Adolf by Osamu Tezuka as I cover chapters 7-17 and dive even further into the history of Jewish evacuation from Poland across the Asian continent! Also announce my upcoming spooky episode!
Joined me and Erik Slader (from Epik Fails of History, Podcasters Assemble, and others) as we discuss the historical placement and Arthurian nonsense behind The Green Knight poem and new film! All on my seminal episode type: "Let's Taco 'Bout It"! Just a note: this was a plagued episode but Read More
Welcome to episode 7, where I cover the meaning meaning and history behind Morgan Elsbeth from The Mandalorian E13: The Jedi. Let's take a step back in time and look at some of the most badass women in Japanese history!
It's been a minute but here's a short and sweet review of Godzilla vs Kong which also covers some fun history of Executive Producer Yoshimitsu Banno and mentioned the SUPER MYSTERIOUS Godzilla '98 reference. ooooOOOOooooo I know that's got your interest piqued!
Continuing our Trail of Tezuka, we take a walk through 1930s Germany and Japan as viewed through the eyes of one detective and 2 children in "Message to Adolf" the final complete work by Osamu Tezuka. This piece of the story is part noir/murder mystery/spy thriller and part star-crossed friendship/kids Read More