This week with Stage taking the week off (We’ll have all three back eventually) Spug and Omega went over the act of transferring one geek material to another media, specifically comic books and the like into movies. We assault Spider-Man 3 again, discuss rumors on #4, and trash on Mortal Kombar Anihilation and the travesty it was. There’s a lot more, comics to games, games to movies, so with the crew off for Thanksgiving will we come back to this topic again another time?
Omega got toy collecting, Spug got miniature collecting, so tonight was the newest host’s chance to share his passion, and it’s video game night. In a largely Spug-free episode, Stage shares his opinions and favorite games, as a storytelling media, and the game series that have stood as the foundation of the industry (unlike single, more recent games like Dawn of War). It’s a two and a half hour game fest, followed by an off-topic encore with Spug.
This week on OTL, Spug, Stage & Omega talked about well, in a word, nothing. As instead of talking about a show topic, the OTL Crew basically talked about the first or second thing that popped in to their heads at times and basically let things fly on this edition of OTL. As if Seinfeld can have success with a show about nothing, so can Otaku Talk Live, so check out all of the excitement of this week’s edition of Otaku Talk Live.
With Tim Stein taking a break, Wrestle Talk Radio handed the captain’s seat over to one of the long time listeners of the program, Nick. Some of the subjects that Nick covered on the program included the last couple of weeks in the world of WWE and TNA Wrestling, also covered some of his dislikes with the current product as well. Also, along with WTR Usuals, Spug & Omega, they broke down what they would do to help fix the current Wrestling Product. Listen to all of that and a bunch more on the latest of Wrestle Talk Radio.
This week’s edition of Otaku Talk Live was fitting to take place on mischief night, as Spug, Omega & Stage presented the Halloween Edition of the program. On the program, they talked about some of their favorite halloween movies along with some other Halloween Stories. The fitting part of the show as always were the Off Topic Moments, that can leave anyone speechless. Take a listen to this weeks edition of Otaku Talk Live.
In what turned out to be another Four Hour Extravaganza, the crew from Otaku Talk Live, which includes new co-host Stage, ventured on to the Subject of Star Trek for this week’s edition of the program. Covering everything from Star Trek the TV Series to the upcoming movie, the OTL crew covered it all with Special Guest Expert of Star Trek, owner of the Wild Talk Radio Network, Tim Stein. Listen to all of the Star Trek talk and all of the uncomfortable moments for one OTL Host, in this weeks edition of Otaku Talk Live.
In one corner, armed with an addiction to World of Warcraft and a chip on his shoulder named Warhammer Online, Spug defends the Massively Multiplayer Online RPG. In the opposite corner, packing a dozen Final Fantasies and hundreds of hours lost to Chrono Trigger, Omega fights for console RPGs. Moderated by guest host Stage, we hold the great role-playing video game debate! Plus lots of post-debate BS you all love. It’s an EPIC four hour Otaku Talk Live event!
It was a hot summers eve in Ohio… Sorry, it was just another edition of Burning River Radio live from Scorchers in Medina. On the Program tonight, Spug talks about being caught, TK gets “Shut Out” and alot more madness erupts as the show ends abruptly. So check out the latest edition of Burning River Radio live from Scorchers in Medina.
So we moved to 10:30pm EST on Thursday nights, and for our first show at the new time… I showed up late, and Spug showed up drunk. What came out was essentially an update show on previous topics, Dissidia Final Fantasy, Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe, Marvel’s newest movies, and some Red vs Blue ranting. Then we got to the topic of Omega’s dislike of repetitive game design… followed by him admitting to the 40 Megaman games he’s played… that’s not a bone you give to Spug when he’s had one (several) too many.