The Super Jawncast 67 – Pulley Systems

The Super Jawncast is back again with its 67th episode. The guys touch on the sad passing of Michael Clarke Duncan and some of his contributions, also touching on the sad state of news reporting where four other men’s pictures got used instead of his. The guys then review The …

The Super Jawncast 65 – All Tangents Everything

It’s episode 65 and how about them sports? The guys talk about them. All of them. Then there’s Fantasy Football talk and a whole bunch of tangents. The guys talk about the passing of a number of notable famous people, go on some tangents, touch briefly on the Apple/Samsung lawsuit …

The Super Jawncast 45 – Sepia Dicks

Lets rename Monday to Jawnday because The Super Jawncast has returned yet again. Episode 45 lies in wait for your innocent, unsuspecting ears. The guys saw The Raid: Redemption so you get to hear them talk about a good movie for a change. Other topics include porn star prom dates, …

The Super Jawncast 36 – Cold Unfeeling Pillow Man

A little late but worth the wait, the guys bring the weirdness in this episode. Lurking behind seemingly normal subjects like Resident Evil 6 and Kingdoms of Amalur: Awakening, Gotham City Imposters and Red Tails is some really weird stuff. Luckily it’s really funny, so you’ll be a little creeped …

Can A Song of Ice and Fire work as a game?

  With the recent explosion in popularity of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series due to the long awaited release of the fifth book A Dance with Dragons and the incredibly well received HBO series A Game of Thrones (named after the first book in the …

Independant Author, Alex Reale, on his first book: Dodger’s Doorway

  A few months ago, a friend of mine announced that he was publishing a book.  It was pretty exciting news, because as I stated in an earlier post, that’s always been a dream of mine.  The book is called Dodger’s Doorway: Dodger’s Adventure to Storyworld, and the story itself …

The Sweet Science of Fantasy

  Now more than ever, in my life at least, literary fantasy is at the forefront of popular culture. It is owed, at least in part, to a few spectacular book adaptations in cinema and television. Of course I’m talking about Harry Potter, the unstoppable franchise by J.K. Rowling, and …

You Should Be Reading A Song of Ice and Fire

George R. R. Martin’s epic fantasy series is the current “it” literature for geeks of all stripes. … (Editors note: this is being posted on behalf of Steve) I have a confession: I have a difficult time getting into fantasy series and I have a habit of picking up the first book only …