The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 41

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The Comic Conspiracy — Episode 41 (2012-01-16)
Big news this week, including Jupiter’s Children, Garth Ennis’ The Shadow, The Spirit, the return of backup stories in Batman, the Court of the Owls crossover, value vs price, the return of shock endings, the first wave of cancelations from The New 52, the second wave of launches from DC Comics, Rob Liefeld, DC’s possible new logo, Scarlet Spider, Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye, and Invincible Vol. 15. Starring Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, and Toby Sidler.
Running Time: 1h 09m 38s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 12

This week — in addition to our regular show — we’ve got a small bonus clip for anyone who downloads our Android Marketplace or iOS Podcast Box apps. We’re hoping to make this a regular thing by offering small extras or behind-the-scenes stuff to add value to these one-time $1.99 purchases. Just to be clear, the show itself will always be free, so if you don’t care about these apps, don’t worry! Now go listen to our nonsense, share the episode with everyone you know and everyone you’ve ever met, and help us kick those Rooster Teeth bastards off their iTunes throne! Also: Check out the platinum hit single “Mittens Up,” by my newly discovered Earth-2 counterpart, embedded below.

For Android users who want to download our podcasting app, stay tuned — we’re still waiting for that one to pop up in the Android Marketplace. For iOS users, here’s what you need to do:

1. Download and launch the Podcast Box app.
2. Click Categories, then Games & Hobbies.
3. Swipe to page 2, and click on “The Comedy Button.”
4. Click the icon in the corner of the podcast description to get to the bonus content. BRAAPPP!!!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 12 (2012-01-13)
Put your mittens up, people! This week, we recorded an episode that sucked (so we scrapped it), and then we recorded this one (you get to be the judge of whether this one sucks too!) In any case, we say hello to Ryan Scott’s bizarro rapper twin, examine the upper echelon of Snob Hill, discuss the pitfalls of OKCupid, give our advice for name-changing (short version: just rename yourself “Max” like Max did), listen to some terrible theme song submissions, consider having babies (or not), and mock the ridiculousness of truTV. Also: Vajazzling. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 21m 7s
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The Geekbox: Episode 152

This week, we’re joined by mobile game developer and Geekbox listener Jonathan Powell, whose new iOS game — PaintScape — is a 2D sidescrolling shoot-’em-up with some impressive hand-drawn backgrounds. Check out the trailer embedded below, and give it a whirl! And don’t forget to check out Karen Chu’s new podcasting project, Good Job, Brain! — it’s already fully funded via Kickstarter, but you still have a few days to pitch in and get some cool incentive prizes!

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The Geekbox — Episode 152 (2012-01-10)
Wherein we discuss PaintScape, boring U.S. states, supervolcanoes, Lord of the Rings plot holes, Dungeons & Dragons: 5th Edition, role-playing in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, disgusting potato chip flavors, fun-filled Spanish lessons, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, tall vs. short, the elements of style, dating protips, LinkedIn, and Star Wars: The Old Republic. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Adam Fitch, Ryan Higgins, and Jonathan Powell.
Running Time: 1h 7m 29s
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The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 40

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The Comic Conspiracy — Episode 40 (2012-01-09)
This week, we’re wrapping up our Best of 2011 as Toby and Charlie join us to talk about their favorite comics of the past year, Walking Dead, Young Justice, Arkham City, Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America, X-Men: First Class, Daredevil: Director’s Cut, and Avengers/X-Men: X-Sanction #2. Starring Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, Toby Sidler, and Charlie West.
Running Time: 1h 19m 37s
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The Comedy Button: Episode 11

We’re back for another regular, non-commentary episode. Happy 2012, and make sure to share this episode (and all the other ones!) with all your friends. We’re on a mission to steal Rooster Teeth’s iTunes crown, people!

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The Comedy Button — Episode 11 (2012-01-06)
Our first episode of 2012 brings heartfelt discussion about local crack dealers, the kilometer-high club, horrible Christmas vacation antics, the worst food in the world, Cirque de Noel, Sonic’s lowest moment, genius TV commercials, homeless Family Feud, Fleshlights for monkeys, Max’s bizarre New Year’s adventure, dangerous winter weather, bad Andre the Giant cosplay, bangin’ out to Home Alone 2, and kickstarting a Kickstarter. Starring Scott Bromley, Brian Altano, Anthony Gallegos, Ryan Scott, and Max Scoville.
Running Time: 1h 32m 57s
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The Geekbox: Episode 151

Happy 2012! Alas, Justin Haywald bids an absentee farewell to the Geekbox this week, due to his new job. I’m relieved that he landed on his feet so quickly post-GamePro, but we’ll all definitely miss him. But don’t be too sad, as the 2nd 87th Annual Geekbox Awards (AKA the Geekboxies) headline this week’s extra-long episode. So tune in, let us know if you agree for our best and worst picks for 2011, and have a look at Karen Chu’s awesome podcast project, Good Job, Brain! — it’s currently 74% funded on Kickstarter, so please help her get it to 100% if it sounds interesting to you!

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The Geekbox — Episode 151 (2012-01-03)
Wherein we discuss sudden changes, terrible customer service, Hurdy Gurdy, the 2nd 87th Annual Geekbox Awards, a happy Calendar Man new year, Adam’s Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword check-in, Doctor Who vs. Star Trek, more bad Grant Morrison comics, annoying Internet memes, Adam Sandler’s decline, aliens throughout history, our truly special moments of 2011, and awesome magazines. Starring Ryan Scott, Karen Chu, Adam Fitch, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 33m 51s
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The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 39

Ryan barely survived the recording of this episode, so if you’ve ever wanted to hear a man’s dying words, please give this episode a listen! Or he’s just really sick. Either way. Also, check out our Top 100 Comic Books Sold and Top 100 Graphic Novels Sold of 2011 lists over at http://www.comicsconspiracy.biz.

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The Comic Conspiracy — Episode 39 (2012-01-02)
It’s a new year, and the same old bitching. The start of a 2011 retrospective, we discuss some notable events of the year including DC’s New 52, digital comics, being sick, top selling comics and graphic novels, and our favorite comics of the year. Starring Ryan Higgins and Brock Sager.
Running Time: 1h 00m 27s
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