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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Episode 21 - Bite the Hand that Feeds

 
This is another solo episode that discusses four main topics, with each one just as significant as the previous one. The initial discussion is about comic book solicitations and how I feel that they spoil a bit too much for the consumers. The discussion then leads into talking about social media such as Facebook and Twitter and why I’m so hesitant to actually create a page and a username for this podcast. The third topic discussed resembles the mental illness awareness discussion that was discussed in a previous episode. The fourth and final topic is about ignorant companies banning amazingly well-made third-party apps, such as what recently went on with Tinder blocking the recent 6tindr app.
 
Completely Unoriginal theme created by Don Baker.
 

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Episode 20 - One Sex, Please!

 
With New Year’s Eve just happening, the group gets into discussing why there is a feeling that New Years can cleanse a person and make them feel like it’s a fresh start, as well as we question why other people decide to make New Year’s Resolutions. The few comics that we discuss are Daredevil: End of Days, Moon Knight, and even the highly acclaimed Hawkeye series. To end it off, the movies that are mentioned and talked about are: Anchorman 2, Catching Fire, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and American Hussle.
 
Completely Unoriginal theme created by Don Baker.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Episode 19 - Ripping Stuff Off (I Stuck it in a Saw)



The CU group is back for another episode of unoriginality with Jake kicking things off by telling us what not to stick in a saw. After that we give our opinions on our ongoing creative concept “Point Episodes” and agree that unified group episodes are better just because we can feed off of one another. Those of us who have seen “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” gave our opinions on it, concluding that it suffers from being the second part of the trilogy and because of that it doesn’t feel like one concise story. Also, apparently graphic designers can get away with a lot in the real world including overusing the “Impact” font.

Completely Unoriginal theme created by Don Baker.

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