Like Randy Quaid in Independence Day, Weeeee're baaaaaacccckkk! Despite Hurricane Irma and a handful of other annoyances, the guys are here to bring you their thoughts on some things that have been going on in the nerd world over the summer. Our resident Horror Guy tells the guys his expert opinion on the newest cinematic iteration of Stephen King's IT. Lee comes out of his hidey hole to confess his love for Bungie's Destiny 2 and how it compares to the previous release. And do you like pirates and dinosaurs? Seamus will give you the low down on the newest Magic The Gathering offerings. All this and a whole lot more in the return of your favorite intergalactic trio!
Star Trek: Discovery
Rick and Morty
Star Wars Episode IX
Rocket League Fall Update
For the second year in a row the fine folks at Tampa Bay Comic Con gave us a panel slot, and we decided to record it in it's entirety for you! If you happened to miss these fine gentlemen wax poetic about nerd stuff LIVE this time around, here's everything we covered:
A huge thank you to everyone at TBCC and those who attended and made our panel possible. Fingers crossed for next year! Keep an eye our for future panels, events, and releases on SpaceDragonCast.com
We've finally hit that magical number synonymous with legally drinking, and just in time to celebrate Independence Day. Welcome to episode 21: the one where Lee recorded his audio from a tin can and a wire. Apologies for that.
This episode of The Space Dragon Podcast contains the following subject matter and in no particular order:
Don't forget to check out our most recent article, E3: Props & Slops on SpaceDragonCast.com and come see us at Tampa Bay Comic Con, Saturday @ 4pm!
Summer is finally here which means we're getting hit with all the blockbuster titles a nerd can handle! We cover what we've seen so far, including our mixed opinions on GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, VOL 2 and ALIEN: COVENANT, and brace ourselves for the gaming onslaught of E3 announcements and a slew of fall releases. Lee and Keenan also discuss their experiences in the newly revamped and repurposed PREY title, but only one of them finished it. Make sure to stay tuned until the end to find out who and to hear us talk about our favorite games of all time!
Other mentions: The Mummy, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Red Dead Redemption, Far Cry 5, Friday the 13th
A belated May The Fourth Be With You, folks! We're here this month with all sorts of glimpses into the future of our beloved nerdy franchises. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2 may be rocking the box office, but we've got all sorts of footage from future Marvel outings such as THE DEFENDERS, THE RUNAWAYS, INHUMANS, and CLOAK AND DAGGER.
On the silver screen, there are trailers out for THE DARK TOWER, THE MUMMY, and KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE. Time will tell if they will be hits, or fodder for future episodes of the newly revamped MST3K which we are certainly fans of.
As if this wasn't enough of a geek overload, Keenan and Seamus tell us all about their experiences at this years STAR WARS CELEBRATION. Look forward to some footage of their trip to hit the website soon!
Greetings Earthlings, and welcome to another intergalactic episode that's chock full of our insatiable love for X-Men Origins: Wolverine!
Sit back, relax, and listen to us gush over the incredible Wolverine/Hugh Jackman love letter, LOGAN. There are a handful of major spoilers, so be warned. Seventeen years in the making, this is the movie our favorite Canadian X-Man deserves. It's so good to have two solid R-rated superhero flicks out now, because VENOM looks like its going to be the next one in line to get the "adult" treatment. In TV news, Keenan and Lee explain to Seamus how IRON FIST was less than stellar and discuss the potential future of the character in the Netflix Marvelverse. To round out the show, we finish up with some talk about how ZELDA: BREATH OF THE WILD and MASS EFFECT: ANDROMEDA are great additions to the franchises.
Seriously, what kind of bizarro world is it that an X-Men based movie is better than a Marvel Netflix show?
This summer looks like it's going to be one hell of a ride! Recently, we've been given brand new looks into Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 and Alien: Covenant, the latter of which also dropped a prologue of sorts that's got us hooked and ready for more. Two ragtag groups of misfits fighting aliens on the big screen? Count us in!
In gaming news, Microsoft plans a reveal date for the Xbox Scorpio in June at E3. Can this new console, coupled with their new, monthly game pass finally get them out from under Sony's console dominance? If that isn't enough to get you reaching for your wallet, 343 announced that split-screen will be returning to the Aliens-inspired franchise, Halo, when it's sixth mainline release drops.
Other Topics: Get Out, Oscars, Middle Earth: Shadow of War, Borderlands 2, Layers of Fear, Assassin's Creed Empire, Gamestop, Hearthstone, Pokemon GO!, Night In The Woods, Fire Emblem, Destiny
Welcome to the (kind of) first episode of the year! We've got a lot to talk about this time, and what better way to start it off than with MORE STAR WARS! Keenan and I finally share our thoughts on ROGUE ONE and ponder on the released title for this years installment, THE LAST JEDI. Also, can Legion and Logan reinvigorate the X-Men franchise? Does GODZILLA 2 have some competition with Anne Hathaway's COLOSSAL? Will DC's POWERLESS be better than SUICIDE SQUAD? Probably.
In the gaming world, OVERWATCH is holding a YEAR OF THE ROOSTER event, Keenan talks about his recent completion of FINAL FANTASY XV, and Lee is elated that WATCH DOGS 2 is a massive improvement on its predecessor. Oh, and there's this new system called the NINTENDO SWITCH, but you've probably never heard of it...
HAPPY NEW YEAR, EVERYBODY! 2016 may have been a "dumpster fire" for a lot of you, but we think the video game industry is on the up and up for 2017. We're here to give you our take on "the state of gaming" and where things are headed for the future. Will nostalgia win over audiences more than innovation? Have people lost interest in VR? What were our biggest disappointments in gaming for the year? Stay tuned for the answers, and keep an eye out on SpaceDragonCast.com for the latest developments for 2017! P.S. there may be some giveaways from Keenan's trip to the Playstation Experience somewhere in there as well...
TOPICS: Skyrim, Destiny, The Dawning, Nintendo Switch, Project Scorpio, PS4 Pro, Play Anywhere, Titanfall 2, Free DLC, Microtransactions, Overwatch Holiday Update, Final Fantasy XV, The Last Guardian, and more!
It's Black Friday, so while you're elbowing past shoppers on the way to get that new TV be sure to pop in some headphones and check out the latest podcast from these three huge nerds. I mean, seriously, we have a full on conversation about Tibanna gas. Go ahead, Google it. I'll wait. .. Meanwhile, Lee expresses his discontent with the lack of quality films in the hard sci-fi genre, Keenan thinks the upcoming Ghost In The Shell is missing something, and Seamus tries not to spoil Arrival for us (which proves difficult).
Other topics: Emilia Clark joining the Han Solo movie cast, the newest Star Wars: Rogue One trailer, Justice League Dark, Valerian, Kong: Skull Island, the live-action Beauty And The Beast adaptation, Doctor Strange, Arrival, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, the live-action Full Metal Alchemist trailer, and the 20th Anniversary Space Jam blu-ray release.
Is it just us, or are people yearning for the adventure and flair of the wild west? We dive into HBO's Westworld and gush over the prospect of a new Red Dead Redemption game. Keenan replays the craziest episode of television he's ever watched, Seamus rekindles his love of Hearthstone, and Lee can't wait for the inevitable Luke Cage / Iron Fist team-up, all in this new episode that's bursting at the seams with geeky goodness!
Other mentions: MST3K, Star Wars: Rebels, Ash vs Evil Dead, Channel Zero, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Logan, Overwatch, Battlefield 1, Destiny: Rise of Iron, Recore, Power Rangers
Sony held a press conference to announce a few things that internet savvy gamers have been privy to for quite a while. No Mans Sky and Apple ask us "Are You Not Entertained?" and we respond with a resounding "Nope". Deus Ex: Mankind Divided seems to only improve on it's last iteration, and Warcraft's Legion expansion seems to hearken back to the good ole' days while bringing a fresh gaming experience. What did we think about the Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 demos? Tune in to find out!
This week your favorite galactic trio dive into the #fav7 trend on Twitter and talk about some of the films that helped shape their respective nerdy personas. Listen in as Keenan takes a trip to the early days of horror cinema, Seamus confesses his love for Jason Segel, and Lee defends his controversial pick of Iron Man 3.
With the release of the NES Classic, a new Ghostbusters movie, and Pokemon GO on the rise, our hosts feel like they've gone back in time.
-queue Huey Lewis-
Also on the docket is some information about the newest Overwatch update, the long awaited addition of Skirmish Mode to the Star Wars Battlefront game, and Marvel shows us what they have in store for the small screen.
Blizzard recently dropped their new competitive playlist in Overwatch and Lee's all sorts of fired up about it, but will gladly accept BK Kids Club skins in return. Seamus just finished playing Oxenfree and gives his clickbait-worthy review. It's been four years of trying to forget it but Keenan reopens old wounds and brings up Mass Effect 3's controversial ending. Most importantly, how much of your life have you dedicated to Pokémon GO?
Other Mentions: Independence Day: Resurgence, Anime Expo, Among The Sleep, Halo 5 Warzone Firefight
E3 is upon us and once again we're all filled with child-like glee as we watch pre-rendered trailers and gameplay that will probably be nothing like what we'll play on release day! Which upcoming sequels do we think will outshine their predecessors? Was "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" the belle of the ball this year? Which of the big three had the best presentation? What is Lee's gripe with the new Spider-Man game? All will be answered in this hybrid podcast gamer gab combo episode of ridiculousness!
Games we covered: Titanfall 2, Dishonored 2, For Honor, Pokemon Go!, Batman Arkham VR, Cuphead, Days Gone, Dead Rising 4, Death Stranding, Detroit: Become Human, Eagle Flight, Skyrim, Final Fantasy XV, God of War, Gwent, Halo Wars 2, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Injustice 2, Kingdom Hearts 2.8, The Last Guardian, Mass Effect Andromeda, Quake Champions, Prey, Recore, Resident Evil 7, Scalebound, Sea of Thieves, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Star Wars, State of Decay 2, Steep, Tekken 7, Trials of the Blood Dragon, Watch Dogs 2, We Happy Few
Lee and Keenan welcome Seamus to his first Gamer Gab appearance!
Dark Souls the board game gets funded within minutes and has a "season pass" of sorts. We discuss the end of an era with the closing of Disney Infinity, get pumped about Overwatch, and make a decision about Battlefield vs Call of Duty in this overly excited episode!
Other mentions: PS4.5, Playstation VR, Lionhead Studios, Project Spark, Star Wars Battlefront, Star Trek Online, Uncharted 4, DOOM, Pokemon Sun & Moon, and Superhot.
Our episode for the month of May features a SPOILER HEAVY review of Captain America: Civil War. You have been warned!
Other honorable mentions: Assassin's Creed, Pacific Rim 2, Godzilla 2, Black Panther, Agent Carter, Inhumans, The Muppets, Voltron, Darwyn Cooke, DC's Rebirth, and more!
A very warm welcome to our special guest Erich Blossey who tells us all about his GDC experience and the state of Virtual Reality Gaming. Lee was the only one who went to see Batman v Superman but did he hate it? Keenan makes a strange observation about the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie and Seamus waxes poetic about this years Magic the Gathering PRO TOUR for Shadows Over Innistrad.
Other mentions: Rogue One, Suicide Squad, Jake Lloyd, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man Homecoming, MiB 23, Zombieland 2, Star Trek, Miitomo, Dark Souls 3, Final Fantasy 15, Pokemon GO!
Join Lee and Keenan as they discuss the upcoming cross-platform play for Rocket League, The Division and it's longevity, and the strange DLC plan for the newest iteration of Hitman.
And Keenan asks the hard question: Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat?
All the technical difficulties in the universe couldn't stop us from making this episode!
The Star Wars train is really picking up speed with no signs of stopping, but is a comic book adaptation of the Episode 7 really necessary? The upcoming Star Trek television show managed to snag a solid choice for show runner, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow sounds like it was conceived on Tumblr, but in a good way.
With HTC now accepting pre-orders for their VR headset, are the guys willing to pay the hefty price tag? If not, they sure wont run out of games to play with new releases like Far Cry Primal, The Division, and countless others on the Horizon (Zero Dawn). Get it?
Also, Keenan's sorry for posting that fake Doctor Strange trailer.
This month we're running a skeleton crew to keeps things going on this bucket of bolts. Matt and Seamus are off on some adventures in adulting, so we're going to try something a little bit different this time around. Keenan and Lee, the hosts of our very own YouTube gaming channel, are here to take a trip through recently played games and get ready for future releases.
What did they nerf in Star Wars Battlefront? Does Just Cause 3 live up to the hype? Will there be future videos in Gears of War? Lee thinks games could benefit from sticking to one side of the campaign/multiplayer debate, and Keenan tells us how he has been enjoying the indie title Oxenfree and is exited for Firewatch to release.
THIS IS A SPOILER-HEAVY EPISODE
It's been over a week since the release of the much anticipated seventh episode of Star Wars and we're all too excited to talk about our favorite moments, questionable decisions, and possible ramifications to the future of the franchise!
We've ripped through the cosmos to bring the best damn podcast this side of the galaxy! Introducing your intergalactic hosts Keenan, Lee, Matt, and Seamus!
Physical media is dying, LONG LIVE STREAMING! We check in on Disney's new streaming service, The Force Awakens hits Netflix in Canada in 2016, and Marvel's life on the internet after season 1 of Daredevil.
Star Wars: Aftermath has been out for a couple months. Is it good? Is it bad? We discuss what we liked and didn't liked, along with the possible introduction of a VERY important character from the previous extended universe. Also, Matt is absolutely furious about the next addition to the Harry Potter franchise. Find out what grinds his gears!
Video Game season is hitting hard and there's too much to keep up with! We share our experience with the Battlefront beta, worry about the future of microtransactions in Destiny, and collectively sigh over the franchise failures of Tony Hawk and Rock Band!
We've ripped through the cosmos to bring the best damn podcast this side of the galaxy! Introducing your intergalactic hosts Keenan, Lee, Matt, and newcomer Seamus Burke!
Who doesn't love a hefty dose of nostalgia? We talk about the return of X-Files and Nicktoons while wondering if reboots, remakes, and sequels are hindering the industry. Marvel continues to plaster their name all over television and movies. Seamus and Matt educate us on how Jessica Jones's "real world" approach is refreshing on her new Netflix series. Also, Deadpool looks badass, but can he replace Wolverine in the cinema? Also, The whole concept of pre-ordering games has seemed to reach critical mass with the new "Augment Your Pre-Order" fiasco and Bethesda wants you to shell out $30 for Fallout 4 DLC they haven't created yet! WHY!?
All this and more on the first Fall episode of The Space Dragon Podcast!