I apologize in advance for how conceited this next bit will sound.


If there was a late-night college radio show that existed in the 90s when I was in high-school (and before podcasts existed) where the hosts just shot the shit and talked about comic books, video games and obscure shit from the 80s it would be my favorite thing.


Now I get to make my favorite thing. But you get the pleasure of listening to it.


You’re so lucky.

[I think our listeners are used to this by now.  -Jon]

It’s crazy to me that “Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light” has crept up into my mindspace multiple times in the span of only a few weeks. The show only has 13 episodes and was aired entirely between September 20 and December 13. 1987. What a world we live in that this strange little cartoon from over 35 years ago can so easily be consumed any time we want it. I guess the only question that remains is this: When will we set aside 5 hours to marathon the whole thing?


Listen up, Jon has been working at his real 9to5 a lot lately and he’s barely had any time off in weeks so guess what? There’s still plenty of time to let us know what movies you want to see get re-ranked on The List so please let us know your picks using this handy little survey. Since we’re too cheap to buy the premium survey features we are making due with what we’ve got so that means you have to pick at least 1 movie from each question, and at most 5 from each. So you need to pick 2 to 10 movies we should consider re-ranking. Use the comment boxes to explain yourself.


If this survey is too clunky for you, just find Scott and message him your picks.


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Meanwhile over on Garbage Time we talk about the Marvel Snap card Shanna that Scott currently has pinned and then things get real upsetting as we talk about actual alleged Hollywood monsters named Ezra Miller and Jonathan Majors.


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Credit Where Credit is Due

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