I started listening to their podcast when Moviebob was a guest a while back, so yeah crossover already happened (twice I think). The extra credits team have also guested on there.Yojoo said:I can see this going places, will be waiting for next week's!
But I hope there isn't much overlap between it and Bob's Big Picture. I can only take so much observational humor regarding COMICS ARE WEIRD before it gets stale.
That only raises the question, why didn't he go ape shit after he revealed the gun was wood?Hitman Dread said:First I have to say
Wow that was great hahaha. I laughed so hard at I have wood! I have wood everywhere! Great idea for a show and I'm looking forward to seeing it continue.
Also go ahead and plug Jones soda. It's okay to plug amazing products.
That's why there's "No Right Answer".leviadragon99 said:Uhm... I'd like to make a point here, you both seem to be arguing entirely different points, (for the most part) with the guy advocating wood saying that it's a more desirable weakness to have if you had to choose, and the guy advocating yellow saying it's a more logical thing for that power in particular to be weak to, you're both right and thus most of the discussion is rendered rather moot... mildly entertaining but still moot.
The "yellow impurity" is caused by an entity named Parallax, the embodyment of fear, that is entrapped within the Green Lantern Corps' central power battery. The colors don't really relate to the physical spectrum of light.dex-dex said:
Obviously Power Girl. At least she never did her horse. Also, who the hell thinks it's a good idea to fly with a miniskirt?misterprickly said:
If the flyer in question looks like Supergirl I think it's an awesome idea.Quaxar said:
If you have secondary colors like with pigments. Primary colors, like the those we perceive in light come in the flavors of green, red, and blue and secondary colors like those in ink come in the flavors of yellow, cyan, and magenta. Since Lanterns project light or some light like thing they use primary colors thus green is not made of yellow, yellow is made with green. His weakness is made of him. Trippy. [/nit-picking for no reason]dex-dex said:
You're referring to colour subtraction, not addition.dex-dex said:
A weakness to a COLOR is more logical? I know Green Lantern has a following but I have always thought it was ridiculous.sunburst313 said:Alan Scott's ring doesn't do wood? That makes as much sense as failing around hairdryers. The weakness to yellow is clearly more logical.
So the premise of this show is two nerds arguing about geek culture? Yeah, I'd watch that every week.