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I'm pretty ashamed of myself for never having seen Joss Whedon's beloved, taken-before-its-time sci-fi series, and dear Allison only heightened my shame with her excellent weaving of thoughts and feelings on this series and many other Whedon properties. We explore themes ranging from dealing with grief to accepting your inner nerd-dom all via Whedon's 14-episode work (plus some Serenity talk).

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This episode, Tim, Clayton, and guest Kyle Chorpening investigate the horrors of the new Kim Kardashian video game. 

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This month, Giant Bomb news editor Patrick Klepek joins us to help curate a fantastic night of storytellers who (mostly) share their thoughts on the theme "fingers crossed"!

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Sean Kelley is super into a lot of things because he's a super knowledgeable dude and fan, but he's especially super into the superheroes that make up the X-Men. He's been on board since X-Men #1 came out in 1991 (the best-selling comic book of all time!) and has been ravenously consuming the comics since then. Thus, of course, he has some stellar thoughts about what has worked and what hasn't in the film adaptations of said comics (and some other Marvel and non-Marvel properties just as some fun, relevant tangents).

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Andy Junk may have mad love for the Caped Crusader, but he is far from a Dark Knight. Brimming with kindness and enthusiasm, Andy covered all eras and all mediums of Batman fandom (comics, films, live action and animated TV series, video games, collectables... the works). There were no stones left unturned in this delightful romp through the bat cave.

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Who needs guests? Not us! For the second time ever, Tim and Clayton come at your earholes with no help at all, this time to discuss some of the big reveals out of last weekend's San Diego Comic Con!