Another special episode: not only do you get a discussion of the upcoming comic book movies through 2020, but you get an extra dose of politics, Jason’s battles with nuns, and Steve spewing racism every other sentence. It’s like three shows in one! Plus reviews, recommendations, and a Top 11 list
Sneaking into your hard drive like an audio ninja, Cult of Popture episode 16 is available for your listening enjoyment. Steve and Jason refight the Apple/PC wars, and discuss the Southern California punk scene in the mid-late 80s. Won’t you please join us?
Which two dwarves got cut out of Snow White? What is the difference between mitosis and meiosis? Why is DC Comics like the Boston Red Sox? How did Marvel legitimize their Star Wars comics? How will Steve and Jason fit Breakin’ 2 into yet another conversation?
We may never know the answer to any of these questions, but while you’re thinking about them, be sure to check out The Cult of Popture episode 14
Steve and Jason discuss the new season of television premiering in September, but manage to tangent off into video games and the health care standards of the AZ penal system
Steve and Jason discuss comedy: their origins listening to stand up comedy, and who their favorites are. Dark secrets are revealed, and Steve forgets how to end a show
Are you ready to start your week off with another spine-tingling episode of the Cult of Popture? This week, Steve and Jason discuss Aeon Flux, Liquid Television, and the rise of 90s alternative animation. Yay!
Better late than never, episode 9 of the Cult of Popture is crawling down your earhole. Jason and Steve thought they were going to talk about Snowpiercer and the genre of Dystopian Futures, but tangent off really quickly into a discussion of Grant Morrison’s Multiversity and the state of comic book event titles
The Cult of Popture episode 8 has been released back into the wild like a scene from Free Willy. This week, we discuss the passing of several geek celebrities of note, with particular attention to Robin Williams and Menahem Golan. Steve discusses Edge of Tomorrow three times, Jason talks about his rage issues with Hook, and technical problems are overcome. Take a listen, won’t you?
Episode 7 is on the way to you at the speed of light. This week, Steve and Jason discuss Dune, the boardgame, the career of film auteur Lloyd Kaufman, and a little indie film called Guardians of the Galaxy. Join us, won’t you?
Like a posse of Juggalos trying to escape the FBI, the latest episode of the Cult of Popture has been released into the night.
This week, Jason discusses his experience as a small press vendor at San Diego ComicCon, we discuss the major announcements that came out of the Con, and Steve makes far too many jokes about Juggalos. All this, plus Whatcha Readin?, Recommendations, and a new Top 11 List!
So dig into some audio tomfoolery