In which we learn how mutant powers are killing the construction unions! Special guests Lenny and Maria join me to discuss…
Who has a better Russian accent, Beast or Colossus?
Jubilee’s ability to melt steel!
Jean Grey showing Juggernaut how to wear an ugly helmet!
Endless, gratuitous property damage!
And my plot to lay out the X-Men cinematic universe!
All this and more until we wait the mysterious return of Sonia from a tropical land (Genosha, the Savage Land)??? Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Also, find us on Facebook!
All the exciting conversations you’ve been waiting to have about this cartoon for 25 years, finally available in one place! Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Also, find us on Facebook!
We learn that Magneto’s helmet is purely decorative and that Sabertooth is capable of outwitting the indomitable mind of Professor X. Breath in deep the green gas as we X-plode into another episode and discuss…
Rogue’s Failure to Understand the Basics of Ruby Quartz
How Storm Can Take a Lot of Bricks to the Head
Egg Sucking, the New Dangerous Teen Fad that Should Worry Parents Everywhere
Where Professor X Fails, Jubilee Succeeds
How Wolverine’s Claws are as Beautiful as Saturn’s Rings
All this and more brave listeners! Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it! Also, find us on Facebook!
Oh baby, we are back for the thrilling conclusion of Night of the Sentinels Part 2! In our second episode we do not hold back any tears over Morph’s untimely end…well, Sonia didn’t care that much, but still, so many emotions!
Topics discussed in this exciting chapter include…
Sacrificing Yourself to Save a Man Who Can’t Die!
The X-Men Not Being Familiar With Wolverine’s Resume!
Where does Wolverine Buy His Street Clothes, LL Bean?
The Impossibility of Finding Cyclops’s 90s Shades!
All this and more! What you need to do is download and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Stitcher and tell all your friends about it!
The inaugural episode of the X-Men TAS Podcast, for your listening pleasure! This is the first episode where Sonia and I plan to discuss every episode of the X-Men (the animated series) in a row until we all go mad!
Topics discussed in this exciting debut episode include…
THE BECHDEL TEST
PURPLE PAINTED ROBOTS
BULK PLAYING CARD PURCHASES
So please, take some time to listen to this historic recording and make sure to subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher!
My album of original music, Funeral Business (featuring Andrew Lee), has been available for purchase for some time. Well, now is the time when you can just listen to the whole thing for free on youtube. You can click here to get to my youtube webpage and subscribe, but below I am also putting all the songs in order for posterity’s sake. Again, thanks to everyone who contributed to this record, you know who are and I love you all. Again, if you like what you hear please follow these links to purchase. It means a lot.
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“If there’s a smile on my face, it’s only there trying to fool the public, but when it comes down to fooling you, now honey that’s quite a different subject.”
I don’t think there is a better opening line of lyrics and verse melody ever crafted in a pop song. It’s the perfect combination of clever introspective word play and a soaring melody that cuts through the air like a skyscraper. It’s sublime and it’s no wonder that it was crafted primarily by Motown titans Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder. In the past week, I must have played this song about 30 times on my iPod. This song has become a key part of my late Spring 2015 soundtrack as I walk around the city. The music just animates NYC as I turn corners, climb steps and gaze at crystal blue colored skies with this jam kaleidoscoping through my brain.
It’s ironic how much joy this song gives me despite it’s depressing subject matter. It’s a great breakup song with perfect rhymes. The only complaint I have is the circus like orchestral melody which is supposed to tie in with clown theme. It’s incredibly catchy and suits the song musically but I wish they made it a bit cooler and less commercial. Maybe record it with a Rhodes electric piano or a fuzzed up electric guitar line. That doesn’t matter, this song is fantastic and will probably be replayed thousands of times in the lives of the people who come to love the song. Become one of them by watching the video below.