The Unshaven Rant-Cast: Episode 20.2!

Written on Thu, Jul 14, 2011 by Marc posted by marc

Episode 20.2 is a salute to comic book video games. Listen as the boys drone about Superman 64, Batman: Arkham Asylum, and Spider-Man 2. Marc, Kyle and Matt divulge which games they wasted too much time on, in their misspent youth.

Enjoy Episode 20.2. Simply hit the start button, and then at the menu type up, up, down, down, B, A, start. You’ll enjoy 30 lives, and get all the necessary power-ups.

The Unshaven Rant-Cast, July 13th, 2011 PART 2:

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4 Responses to “The Unshaven Rant-Cast: Episode 20.2!”

  1. JHatt says:

    Hey guys thanks for the shout out and I hope you enjoyed the listening to the play back! Hopefully in the future we will have a better setup to record it with. Going back to Fear Itself review, I enjoyed the review and as far as the series it is the best issuer they have released out of the mini. One thing I haven’t liked though is how you need to read other books to get some of the important information. In this case it was Iron getting the wine over in his book, I didn’t read the book so that came as a surprise when the professor brought it up. I am glad he did because it made more sense.I feel that when they do have crossovers that they really alienate the readers with smaller budgets. What do you guys think?

  2. Marc says:

    I’m in full agreement JHatt. When the big boys force a story into other books, it REEKS of money grubbing. A shared continuity is not needed to enjoy a good comic! The BEST book I’m reading right now is Detective Comics, by Scott Snyder. And guess what? No whiff of flashpoint anywhere. Marvel and DC would be ballsy if they could take a year off from ANY crossovers. It’ll never happen, but hey… I pray.

  3. Ed says:

    Growing Pains…awesome…

    Batman the Animated Series and X-Men/Spiderman Arcade’s Revenge video games for SNES were boomstick! Not even Honorable Mentions?!

  4. Marc says:

    Didn’t play either of them actually.