The boys return to discuss the 8th edition of Warhammer 40k two years on. What they love, like and loathe about the Games Workshop game.
We are joined once again by Amy Frost as we take a look at the latest news in the world of 40K. We talk Adeptus Sororitas and Chapter Approved as well as talk about what we are hoping to see for 40K in 2020!
Andy and Ian are back on the racks to talk comic books. They discuss Conan the Barbarian, Hit Monkey, Dungeons and Dragons, Wonder Woman rogue Cheetah and X-ray specs among other things.
Andy and Matt are back for EDR episode 13! A lot of new Dystopian Wars models have been previewed by Warcradle since the last episode, so Andy and Matt start off with discussing what has been shown so far and their reactions to the revamped miniatures. Later, they discuss what Warcrade has announced so far for the launch of DW 3.0, and talk a little about what they think 2020 might have in store for both Dystopian Wars and Firestorm Armada.
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Brad and Ian take you into the…present? Blade Runner is set in 2019 and some things were certainly prophetic. How does this 1982 Ridley Scott and Harrison Ford film hold up in modern times? The guys break down the movie and offer commentary on its lasting impact on film and even music.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 39.
In this estrogen filled Thanksgiving episode Tim embraces his feminine side, Jean breaks out her Bedazzler while trying to avoid Rihanna’s lawyers, and Dave turns to the big and small screen when Katie steals all of his hobby updates.
Then, we actually manage to talk about some games when we discuss which ones to bring to our Thanksgiving get-togethers, but not before Dave’s accused of mansplaining – Again…
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money gets all sweaty, Geeky Jean takes the podcast off to take some art lessons, and Celebrity Deathmatch talks turkey about a very famous fat man..
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. I know we’re thankful we only have to deal with that once a month.
What? You thought the Nerdherders had cast their last pod? Nonsense! The boys are back to fill you in on what’s been going on in their geekery.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 38.
In our 4th Annual Halloween episode Tim tries to be spooky but fails with some very lackluster intros, Lathan’s update is so long it needs a top ten list and a speed round, and Jean takes a nostalgic trip to Thra and talks about some Gelflings.
Then, we find out who among the crew deserves to wear the crown when Dave breaks out the buzzers for another horror movie trivia contest in the much-anticipated return of The Addams Family Feud.
And finally, we plug a truly terrible Halloween decoration, Geeky Jean plays favorites, and Celebrity Deathmatch welcomes back a previous champion when he’s forced to pick on someone his own size.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. It’s just scary the things we always seem to find lurking in there..
In this episode of Fireside Chats, I’m joined by JF Dubeau (of 40K Radio fame) and Amy Frost (winner of the 2018 America’s Next Top Podcaster) as they continue their press tour for their upcoming project, Achewillow. Achewillow is part audiobook, part radio play, broken down into 30 minute episodes, and deals with the strange and mysterious happenings in the eponymous town.
It’s a spooktacular! The dynamic duo dives into American Vampire and everyone’s favorite swamp zombie, Solomon Grundy! There is also talk of current reads such as Doctor Aphra, Black Science and more. Plus, the riveting tale of Ian’s birthday present!
Brad and Ian take their first plunge into a movie discussion with this masterpiece from 1982 directed by John Carpenter and starring Kurt Russell.
Brad and Ian are back and this time they’re calling the Police about a Public Enemy and hoping that U2 enjoy talking about 80s music, the rise of MTV and one-hit wonders.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 37.
In this episode we welcome the Wappels back to the show, Katie tells Dave to go outside when she insults his “Stink Room”, and Tim gets in trouble with Katie and Cathy when he can’t tell his Kathryns apart.
We then talk about Reapercon and Protospiel, Lathan Skypes in from his bedroom when his car breaks down, and Tim’s wife Nancy tells us that everything sounds sexier if you say it with a French accent.
And last but not least, Geeky Jean does a balancing act, Shut Up and Take My Money gets squishy just in time for Halloween, Celebrity Deathmatch smells a bit funny, and Tim’s Sack tries to find out what you want to be streaming.
In this episode we take a look at Aeronautica Imperialis, talk about what we think we are going to see in the Psychic Awakening, and speculate what’s next for 40k!
Andy and Ian are back on the shelves to discuss all things comic books! The guys break down the Sony/Marvel tiff over Spider-Man, gab about current books like The Killer Inside Me and break Down A Death In the Family from Batman’s mythos. They also look at Death’s Head and dive into the mail bag.
In this special episode, Adam is joined by both Mike and Jason for three awesome games of Kill Team. This time, they are using the rules from the June 2019 White Dwarf that uses the Blackstone Fortress tiles as a unique setting for your games. Jason is playing the attacking Blood Ravens while Adam plays the Disciples of Purity Renegade Space Marines and Mike plays traitor Guardsmen.
Be sure to let us know what missions you’d like us to try next!
Are you ready to rock down to the intersection of Electric Avenue and Memory Lane? Brad Anderson and Ian Clark kick off a new 80s-themed podcast with their memories and stories about the epic Star Wars toy collection from Kenner.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 36.
In this episode Tim reaches out to a potentially crappy new sponsor, Dave rambles on way to long about a “sucky” book he read, and Mario proves he’s the king of the convention circuit when he tours the country to find even more of them.
We then talk about missing out on this year’s Gen Con, Geeky Jean channels her inner Canadian when she apologizes for jumping the line, and we discuss the nerdy fear of missing out when it comes to movies, TV, conventions, and games.
And last but not least, we announce the “lucky” winner of our Facebook contest, Shut Up and Take My Money puts a call out to all you Bohabs, Celebrity Deathmatch turns into a violent three-way, and Tim’s Sack tries to find out which of our crew is missing out the most.
In this episode we take a quick look at Apcoalypse, talk about Chaos Knights, and do some rampant speculation about what’s on the way for 40k!
It’s summertime comic book reading fun time! Andy and Ian discuss Savage Avengers, Target Vader, Amalgams, Spider-Man Stories and more. They break down Garth Ennis’ The Boys and introduce you to Zatanna. They also talk about DC Comics news and dig through the mailbag.
We’re finally back with a new episode of Masters of the Forge: Altar of War. This episode features Adam’s Emperor’s Children versus Mark’s Inquisitorial warband in a narrative Zone Mortalis scenario using Adam’s custom 8th Edition Zone Mortalis rules. You can find those rules on the Masters of the Forge website.
Be sure to let us know what missions you’d like us to try next!
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Welcome to Geek Fights, a show where the minutia that geeks love to discuss becomes center stage in a March Madness style bracketed showdown to determine the ultimate winner.
In this new episode, the topic is the Best of Game of Thrones, where we discuss our favourite moments and characters from the hit book/tv series. Join co-hosts Damon Shaw, Mike Ortiz and Devrim Turak, along with their special guests Ashley Eaton, and Kathy Lehman, as they battle to determine what will be crowned the King of Geek Fights.
As discussed in the episode, the brackets can be found at this link.
Ian sits down with Rob Stoddard, director of game design at S7 Games to discuss their Kickstarter for Conan Savage Legends.