Podcast: Fist Full of Comics (and Games)

Fist Full of Comics by The Round TableFriday night, the hosts of The Round Table donned their superhero guises to host Fist Full of Comics (and Games) as part of a crossover event currently taking place among several gaming podcasts. It seems that the wizard Weirdbeard, powerful-but-clumsy mascot of the Does My Geek Look Big in This? podcast, managed to bugger up his latest spell, which should surprise no one. The result of his mangled magick is that eleven of Weirdbeard’s favorite gaming podcasts have been jumbled together. Mick, Chris, Julia and I wound up on Fist Full of Comics, while the regular hosts of that show (including JJ “Working Man” Lanza and Victor “Tangent” Cantu) were off reviewing beer on Does My Geek Look Big in This?

The show was a lot of fun to do, and we managed to apply our trademark mythic twist on comic books and superheroes, topics we only occasionally discuss on The Round Table. The episode should appear on the regular Fist Full of Comics feed as well as the special Shaken Not Stirred feed sometime in the next week or so.

11 thoughts on “Podcast: Fist Full of Comics (and Games)”

  1. [Comment ID #3545 Will Be Quoted Here]

    Don’t worry yourself about it or you’ll create a tear in the space-time continuum and be thrown into a future-past where primates have evolved to become the dominant species on the planet and they force Dirk Diggler to play professional football for their amusement.

  2. Please tell me you guys have realised that Sarah and Nev have set you a language trap in their liberal use of the extremely rude B word? It doesn’t seem right when it is coming from your lips…or should I say fingers.

    I’m just making it worse…I’ll stop now.

  3. [Comment ID #3549 Will Be Quoted Here]

    We’re Americans, Rae; “extremely rude” is our national attitude!

    I’m not going to comment on how Mick came to be “really buggered up” Friday night, except to say that Chris, Julia and I had no hand (nor any other body part) in it. For all I know, it was a case of rampant self-buggery.

  4. [Comment ID #3567 Will Be Quoted Here]

    Well, I had a blast doing the show and I’d do it again in a heartbeat. I’d need some new comics, though. There’s only so much you can say about the original fifty-issue run of The Savage She-Hulk.

  5. [Comment ID #3578 Will Be Quoted Here]

    I think that pretty much says it there……if you would like I have been getting the Civil War series (every frickin issue + X-overs) if you would like to peruse them. I am just getting through the first issues of most of the issues…..

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