True Blood On A Rolling Stone! TV & Movies Worth Watching! And All the Comics And TPBs I'd Buy If Could Afford To!
For a slow news week SDsichero, Superginraix, and ProzacMan had a lot to talk about on the Outhouse Pirate Podcast. How could Bludcast Radio pass up the opportunity to talk about the True Blood cover of Rolling Stone? Since we were talking about TV vampires, we had to give equal time to the Zombies of Walking Dead and the Cylons of Caprica. Superginraix went to see Scott Pilgrim in the theater, but apparently every one else is downloading it off the internet. We talk about the Dare Devil Shadow Land event and the Marvel November Solicitations. From there we talk about all the comics ProzacMan wishes he could afford to buy. Then we get into some video game talk. We start with some modern games but the conversation works its way all the way back to the original NES and SEGA Master System. We bring it full circle by explaining why the Xbox Kinct is the screens from 1984 and how scratching your private area in front of a Kinct could empty your bank account.
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