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!
We've ripped through the cosmos to bring the best damn podcast this side of the galaxy! Introducing your intergalactic hosts Keenan McClelland, Lee Wren and Matt Pellegrino.
This month we are on Star Wars OVERLOAD. All sorts of books, comics, video game, and movie news surrounding this incredible franchise. Keenan also confesses his love for Ben Quadinaros.
Also, is Gambit ready for his own movie with Channing Tatum in the starring role? What will it take to bring people back to World of Warcraft? And when are we getting that Johnny Storm R&B album?
All that and a bag of chips in this episode with your cosmic guides, The Space Dragons!
We've ripped through the cosmos to bring the best damn podcast this side of the galaxy! Introducing your hosts Keenan McClelland, Lee Wren and Matt Pellegrino.
This week in gaming we take a look at Batman: Arkham Knight! Was it up to snuff with the Bat's previous titles? Pokkén Tournament might hit the US a lot sooner then planed. +GAMESCOM!
We also discuss the current dark trend in DC Comic film making, Do we really want Jurassic World 2? And what's to come on Netflix dealing with MARVEL?
Our scales are strong this month! And to think we're just getting started.