Crankcast Week 210 – 20091016

Wedding Photobooth!Fear is never boring.

This week on an episode of the Crankcast that’s back from the wedding–and the grave…Mike and crank talk about Tim’s wedding, books, movies and they get to read some email!


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Week 210 – Time: 79min. – File Size: 36.2mb

10 Responses to “Crankcast Week 210 – 20091016”

  1. Leigh Webb Says:

    having problems downloading this through Itunes at the moment

  2. crank! Says:

    Ouch. Is it giving you any error codes? What happens with it?

  3. Brian Says:

    Chris getting all literamary… If you feel like reading a free verse werewolf thriller, which really who doesn’t, you need to read Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow. You might also like Sandman Slim, i forget the authors’ name now but it was a fun little book featuring the only man to escape Hell.

    And just one more book recommendation… Well really it’s not a single book but a collection of books from Hard Case Crime. They’re pulpy crime stories with awesome illustrated cover-art.

    Thanks for the show,

  4. Leigh Webb Says:

    its going fine now.

  5. Fil Silva Says:

    Loved the Robert Jordan comment Mike, the new novel is out soon. Crank!, I got into Terry Brooks into an older cousin who gave me the second series first, the Heritage of Shannara books and I think that the Word and the Void novels he did were his best work.

  6. Crowley Says:

    10th Kingdom had some similarities with Fables.

  7. Spooky Says:

    Wow, the little insight into crank was mad sad. I cried.

  8. theamazingwally Says:

    youre not the only one who removes the icing/frosting from cake.
    I do it all the time. In fact ive gotten so good at it that i can separate the layers of a layer cake practically without any waste whatsoever.
    icing/frosting makes it WAAAAY too sweet.

    just sayin

  9. crank! Says:

    @Brian thanks for the rec’s.

    @Fil turns out I was only familiar with the original Shannara trilogy and the Landover novels…I thought there was another series I had been reading by him but that was something else entirely.

    @Crowley totally, it’s wierd how many of the ideas were coincidentally used by things since and yet I still don’t remember this show from when it aired.

    @Spooky I’m sorry we made you cry.

    @Wally agreed.

  10. G. Noel Gross Says:

    Shout out from no less than Mike Norton! Scoreboard!
    I miss Jenny too. :-(