Episode 17 – 020106

I'm both godless and hollow! Ain't I a stinker?We’re only 17 … but we’re old enough for you, don’t worry.

This week Mike discovers the power of Goji Juice while crank! gets excited by the new Moon Knight, Mike shows off some comics he forgot he owned, we talk about the Call of Cthulu game and crank! grills Mike on his fake comic company.

Feat. music by Tock and Necrokloverchaun.

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7 Responses to “Episode 17 – 020106”

  1. Taber Says:

    No, I haven’t seen Traxx starring Shadoe Stevens. However I do recall that it was one of the first feature films to be released direct to video. As a boy, I couldn’t grasp that concept. I had never heard of it and didn’t see any reviews so I never rented it. Isn’t he a cop who wants to be a chef? And the cover had Shadoe holding an egg beater like a gun?

  2. Mike Says:

    YES!!! I just remember there was this running gag were a group of thugs had hijacked a limo and were bashing marathon runners with baseball bats as they drove by.

  3. Sean McKeever Says:

    Mr. Hero, the Pneumatic Man!

    What was the sitcom Shadoe was in during the 80s? I remember liking that guy…

  4. Taber Says:

    He was in Dave’s World with Night Court’s Harry Anderson.

  5. Paul Storrie Says:

    The university is actually the Miskatonic, though it’s located in Arkham.


  6. Tobey Cook Says:

    Good god. Mentions of Winger AND Shadoe Stevens?

    You guys are insane, but I love every minute of it.

    Keep up the good work :)

  7. John Siuntres Says:

    a true 1987 Shadoe moment…

    On a hot summer night, Elton John came to Chicago to promote an album “Reg Strikes Back” , performed a private concert at a local reciorduing studio. I was a Music Director of a Bloomington,Il. soft rock station, and was invited to attend by the record lablel rep from MCA.

    Oprah was there, some of my favorite Chicago rock radio personalities (among them Bob Stroud, Garry Meir, Patti Hayes), other regional radio folk like me, and Shadoe Stevens, who looked creepily older than you’d think.

    A leathery face of wrinkles, serious turkey neck, and wearing a miami vice style suit .

    “what a jive looking guy” I thought smugly, wearing my gray acid wash jeans.