Emcee Black Sun did a marvelous job with this tribute to the late, great J Dilla called "The Donut Holes Project". I copped this on MySpace back in 2006.... joint is probably one of the dopest dedications to Dilla EVER.
LUKE CAGE SEASON 2 sees the bulletproof man return to Harlem where some bumbaclot rudeboys wan box. Cage finna ‘it 'im inna 'im ‘ead! John Travolta's GOTTI is like if Scorsese did a bad Hype Williams impression. The stylish as hell and hard as balls platformer RIFTER dips it's foot in neon before it stomps you in the ass. With Synthwave! It's a synthwave ass-stomping. And the most Wyld of Stallyns, MARY WIDOW, comes to discuss BILL & TED'S SEXELLENT ADVENTURE. Somewhere we learn to be excellent to each other.
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Comedian Shaun Bedgood swings through to mock everything from Fresh Prince to fresh produce, we get a heads-up on upcoming horror comics, and JM discusses why Triple H can sit and spin in the Royal Rumble report.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been the main selling point of the Nintendo Switch. Is it worth all the hype, or should we just pack up our ocarinas right now? And Samurai Jack is back… but still in the future… and farther into HIS future which is technically our past… Yeah, we’ll make sense of all this too. Hermione shines in the new Beauty & the Beast, and on the table we talk about “Ghost in the Shell” and the backfiring memes.
We give American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and actor Prince Rogers Nelson a fond farewell, PAX was the shiz and we breakdown the finer points - including weaponized zombies, digitized butts and the cracks that go with them, backstabbing friends for both fun and profit, and the devastating diva Ginny Nightshade, the prolific burlesque performer and producer talks to us about her current projects, her involvement in the alternative artist community, and reflects on favorite performances to date.
The palest women on earth fight everything from office sexism to hostage situations, a Martian catfishes a teen in Colorado, and the Boston Comedy Festival comes to town with thrills, spills, hilarity, and a weird interpretation of “2 truths and a lie”.
Valerian takes us across time and dimensions with pasty twinks. The roguelike souls-like Metroidvania hybrid game Dead Cells shows us that dying repeatedly builds character. And speaking of dying, Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara can learn a thing or two about obsessively NOT letting go in, "A Ghost Story." And sometimes big things have small beginnings, as "Star Wars: Forces of Destiny" shows with more crossovers than even this forced mixed-metaphor would imply.
We’re all hostiles, renegades, and rampaging scoundrels! Dale Stones and Danny Drake are in house bringing the Glengoolie and Blue Milk with Archer and Star Wars burlesque shows. The Nintendo Switch game Mr. Shifty do–“POW”… never mind. And the cannabis convention was mind-expanding!
Anime Boston gets big for it’s britches. Indie game Slime-San slithers into our hearts (and a few other orifices). And Melissa and Phoebe of the Watch City Steampunk Festival 2017 come to wax poetic with us about velocipede’s, clockwork apparel, and vulcanized aerial locomotion.
This time it's the ultimate hardcore three-way you’ve ALWAYS wanted to see (…no, the OTHER kind of hardcore three-way. ya pervs :-p), we go ALL OUT!!! on the latest anime series, the advocate for ‘The Adjuncts’ educates administrations, WWE’s Roadblock breaks boundaries, and Rogue One gives us the grittiest Star Wars action since Chewbacca’s sex tape.