Canned Air #239 Scratcher

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We are joined by guest co-host Abbie Potter and comic/ television writer John Ward to first help us talk about the Jurassic franchise in this week’s Retro Roundtable! With Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom‘s release around the corner, we look back on the good, the bad, and the ugly from the four movies that came before. What was your favorite installment of the Jurassic series? Let us know on Twitter!

Then we turn our attention to John to talk about his comic Scratcher. A guilt-ridden tattoo artist discovers her clients are being possessed by the tattoos she gave them. A beautiful comic you won’t want to miss. Head over to ArbutusFilms.com to get the first 2 issues, or grab them at Comixology.com!
 
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Canned Air #238 What If… Magic Really Existed?!

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We bring you another episode of our ‘What If?’ series, and this week we take a look at what the world might be like if magic really existed. Would life and society be similar to what it is now, or would the world be a completely different place? As fun as a reality with magic sounds, it ushers in a series of pressing questions. How would societal order be kept? How would magic using criminals be held prisoner? What would warfare look like? The answers to the questions and more await you in this installment of What If? Magic Really Existed?!

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Canned Air #237 Avengers Infinity War Review *SPOILERS*

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James Morris sticks around from recording the previous episode to help us review the movie 10 years in the making, Avengers Infinity War. We spend this whole episode talking about the movie and its sheer greatness. Not much else to say other than SPOILERS AHEAD! Let us know what you thought of the movie on Twitter and Facebook!
 
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Canned Air #236 The Marveling of James Morris

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We welcome author, songwriter and musician James Morris to the show to first help us look back over the first 10 years of Marvel Studios in this week’s Retro Roundtable. With Avengers Infinity War dominating the box office now, we focus on everything leading up to this event. We share our favorite Marvel movies, some of our least favorite, and what the future may look like for Marvel movies. Be sure to check out episode #237 for our Avengers Infinity War review! Its full of SPOILERS and consumes the whole episode!
 
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Canned Air #235 Final Street: The Returnening

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Comic creator, and classic video game lover, Scott Schmidt returns to the show to first help us once again look back into pop culture’s past in this week’s Retro Roundtable. It was this week in 1998 that Disney’s Animal Kingdom first opened to the public, and being a podcast full of video game lovers, we decide to remember our favorite Disney video games. Of course we all think of Nintendo’s Ducktales when thinking classic Disney games, but how about games like Aladdin or Lion King that obviously paved the way for other games that Disney didn’t create. Get in here and see if we name your favorite.
 
Then we turn our attention to Scott to talk Final Street. Coming off a successful Kickstarter, Final Street is about a month away from being on the shelf in your local comic shops! Welcome to the world of Final Street, a place where roving gangs of street thugs and clans of killer ninja prey on the weak and innocent, where martial prowess and brute strength are the law of the land.
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Canned Air #234 Tripolas Cage

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We are joined by comic creator Ryan Burke this week to first help us look back into pop culture history in the Retro Roundtable. It was this week in 1983 that Tokyo Disneyland first opened to the public, so we discuss amusement parks. From our personal experiences to the parks Disney have abandon, this is a conversation that will get you hyped for your upcoming summer vacation!We are joined by comic creator Ryan Burke this week to first help us look back into pop culture history in the Retro Roundtable. It was this week in 1983 that Tokyo Disneyland first opened to the public, so we discuss amusement parks. From our personal experiences to the parks Disney have abandon, this is a conversation that will get you hyped for your upcoming summer vacation!

Then we turn our attention to Ryan and talk about his Kickstarter for his comic Coronary, running until May 4th. Described as Black Mirror meets Romeo and Juliet, Coronary takes a look at how the world might be affected if plastic surgery was free to anyone who wanted it. This is a gorgeous comic you won’t want to miss out on. Head to the link below to show your support and get your copy of Coronary!

Coronary Kickstarter pagehttps://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1455587713/coronary-episodes-1-3

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Canned Air #233 Casefile: ARKHAM – Her Blood Runs Cold

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Patrick McEvoy and Josh Finney both return to the show this week to help us once again look back into pop culture history in this week’s Retro Roundtable. It was this week in 1990 that In Living Color first premiered, so we talk about our favorite sketch comedy shows and shorts. We discuss our favorite sketches from SNL, our favorite actors who brought them to life, and whats happening inside the mind of Jim Carrey!

Then we turn our attention over to Patrick and Josh to talk about Castile: Arkham – Her Blood Runs Cold, now available for purchase! When a visit from an old friend sets the stage for murder, P.I. Hank Flynn is pulled into a sordid web of deceit, revenge, and black magic. Even worse, Flynn has both the cops and the mob threatening him, urging him to forget everything and leave town. But a promise to a grieving widow to uncover the truth about her husband s death forces Flynn to be at odds with not only the law and the criminal underworld, but the Elder Gods themselves. Taking place three months after the events in Casefile:ARKHAM Nightmare on the Canvas, this volume can be enjoyed as a follow-up or as a standalone story. Click the link below to get yourself a copy!

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Canned Air #232 Vengeance, Nevada

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We welcome author, speaker, and comedian B.J. Mendelson to first help us look back into pop culture history in this week’s Retro Roundtable. It was this week in 1993 that Brandon Lee was fatally shot on the set of The Crow, so we remember some of the worst accidents to ever happen on the sets of movies and television shows. Films like The Twilight Zone Movie and Top Gun are among the mentioned, but did you know that Brandon lee wasn’t the only actor the be killed onset with a stun gun firing blanks? What about the movie Milo & Otis, remember this adorable movie? You won’t want to after you hear the disturbing truth behind its production. 
 
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Canned Air #231 The Best Openings & Twist Endings Of All Time!

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Brian Lau returns to the show this week to help us determine the best movie openings and twist endings of all time! Many of the movies you may expect and many you won’t. We look at films like Spider-Man, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Planet of the Apes, The Watchmen, plus many others. Let us know on Facebook and Twitter if we named your favorite, of forgot to mention it all together!

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Canned Air #230 Pew Pew

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We start this week’s episode by looking back into pop culture history in the Retro Roundtable. This week in 1960 the first laser was patented, so we talk about lasers and their influence on sci-fi and pop culture. They protect our valuables, are the weapon of choice of any space adventure, are used to perform surgery, and were all the graphic of choice in the 80’s. Let us know on Twitter or Facebook if you can think of other ways lasers have influenced pop culture.

 
Then, since we have no guest, we take a second look into pop culture history! It was this week in 1980 that the Dallas television cliffhanger, “Who Shot J.R.?” first aired. So we remember some our favorite cliffhangers in television and movies. We recall some of the best suspenseful season enders from The Simpsons, Twin Peaks, The Walking Dead, and more! Get in here!
 
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