Brockett and Joel get into conversation about comic conventions and commissioning artists which ties into the Injustice 2 trailers that Joel has been enjoying. Brockett gives a spoiler free review of 13 Reasons Why on Netflix and shares his experience with birthday escape room and the board game Mysterium.
Lou is pretty excited about the release of Persona 5, the latest installment in a long running series of Japanese role playing games. Joel is super excited about the new trailer for Thor Ragnarok and super not excited about the new trailer for Jutice League. Plus, Deadpool sings.
Hammond is here to talk more about Iron Fist and has some audio books he highly recommends. Joel has another cool LEGO Ideas build to share and talks a bit about Forge Publishing and an upcoming trip to Utah.
Author and miniature painter J. F. Dubeau stops by the cafe to talk about his new book coming out in June, A God In The Shed, as well as a “tiny” hobby he’s rather passionate about. Joel is trying to get through the Minimalism documentary on Netflix and has a rather fun LEGO project to share.
Lou strikes fear, uncertainty and doubt into the hearts of would be Iron Fist fans with a SPOILER FREE impression of the new Netflix/Marvel series. We follow up with The Expanse, Season 2 – again SPOILER FREE – and cap it all off with Joel’s current nerdy distraction, Minecraft and a fantastic artist pick of the week.
Brockett and Joel are having stressful weeks. Maybe even stressful months. We decompress and talk about binging stress releif activities. Brockett has went through Parks And Recreation for the first time. Joel has dipped his big toe into the world of Minecraft.
Phil Rood returns to chat about Logan. Don’t worry, we start with a SPOILER FREE chat about the film then get into spoilers at the very end of the show. We also talk movie theatre etiquette – or lack there of – and (surprise) LEGO.
Hammond Chamberlain is excited to share a very cool film project that he is involved in called The Empowerment Project. Joel has taken Brockett’s advice and started in on the second season of The Man In The High Castle and a litle de ja vus for you with more LEGO picks!
Phil Rood returns to the cafe! We thought it would be fun to chat about all of the streaming film and television that we have tried to watch but ultimately abandoned. We kick things off with some Forge Publishing art book talk and pepper the show with LEGO and action figures.
Bloody hell! Brockett is back and has been bitten by the Santa Clarita Diet. Joel is all caught up on The Flash and Supergirl. Plus flowers for Valentine’s Day but not the type you think.
Lou leaves the brain food at home this week to talk about Justice League Dark and some mobil roll playing games. Joel watched Pete’s Dragon and Jason Bourne. We throw in some talk about pets for good measure as well as artist pick, “Gop Gap”.
Instead of sleeping, Hammond has been watching Shut Eye on Hulu and listening to the Galactic Cowboys. Joel continues on his rebellious mission to catch up on Star Wars Rebels and has been re-watching his favorite animated Disney films on Netflix. PS: Derek Laufman has a new art book!
Lou joins in the cartoon revels of Star Wars Rebels. Joel continues the trend with Dreamworks’ new Netflix series, TrollHunters. Tom Hardy is weird and wait… What’s this? Lou has a zombie pick for your dietary needs.
Brockett is back! He’s here to tell you about eveything from book to screen that you’ve been missing about The Magicians. Joel is still on a Star Wars kick witih Star Wars Rebels and has not one, but two art books to share this week.
John Beck kicks off the cafe new year with an in depth chat about Rogue One. Love it? Hate it? Not sure? I’m not sure we are either. It turns out it’s a really divisive film.
Lots of cafe friends stop by the share some of their more nerdy holiday traditions and passtimes. Thanks to everyone who listens and supports the show throughout the year!
Lou is back at the cafe to talk Lethal Weapon and Black Friday Steam sales. Joel caught up on the latest season of Longmire and we discuss the current writing rut our favourite super hero shows seem to be in right now. Comic and video game recommendations in the pick of the week!
Hammond Chamberlain is a busy man! It’s been too long so we spend some time catching on up Hammond’s podcasting projects before we move on to talk about Ready Player One, The Crown, Black Mirror and Shetland.
Brockett Vola is back to talk with Joel about Marvel’s Doctor Strange. Spoiler warning! We start off in light reality but we get into the spoiler dimension pretty quick. Joel also talks about his weekend at Hal-Con and has some lovely photography on Instagram to share.
Brockett Vola floats in to the cafe on a sugary cloud of gob-stopping goodness to talk about his candy coated Instagram project, #CandyOfThisDay. We also touch on Supergirl and some upcoming podcast specials.
Alastair McFly beams aboard for a full series wrap up show on Star Trek Enterprise and share some great resources to keep your Trek timelines on course. We also talk a little bit about board games.
Lou is back from his Disney vacation to talk about the season premieres of Arrow and Supergirl. Ubisoft is also celebratig a milestone by giving away an award winning adventure game from their archive.
Friend of the show and cartoonist Phil Rood stops by the cafe for a special chat about the annual Inktober drawing challenge. Both Joel and Phil are participating and have some recomendations for other artists to follow. We also get distracted by some book talk about American Gods and Tolkien.
Brockett is here to tell us the harrowing tale of when a tree falls not in the forest but in your back yard knocking out your internet. He also wants to tell you about his upcoming micro blog series, Candy of the Day. Oh, and Gravity Falls is pretty awesome. Joel continues into the expanse, following along with Star Trek Enterprise Season 2 and Derek Laufman has an art book we think you should pick up.