Each week, one of the guys here at MITC Productions attempts to bring the listening audience a slightly more than mediocre-in-quality podcast about geekdom and life in general. Meanwhile, the other guy is Robert… or is it the other way around? Either way, join your hosts Matt and Robert this week as they discuss comics, poor life choices, getting ripped off, amazing things that never happen and of course, Game of Thrones. It’s a show full of tomfoolery and shenanigans, brought to you courtesy of the new, unofficial sponsor, Korean Surge Soda! So, relax and be prepared with the WTF’s, because it’s going to get all manner of weird in here on a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
SPOILERS INBOUND!!! WE REPEAT: SPOILERS INBOUND!! It’s been one hell of a week for fans of a certain Competition of Chairs television show. Aside from all that, though, your hosts Matt and Robert are bringing it to you this week with some fine meandering discussions meant to amuse and confuse. From manly tears and science fiction to all manner of exploding body parts, this week’s show is chock full of nonsensical goodness. Relax and enjoy, because it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
What happens when you put two out-of-shape nerds behind some microphones and give them access to the internet? Magic. Magic and deep-seated homoerotic sexual tension, but mostly magic. Join Robert and Matt this week as they talk about movies, books, theater, and delicious cake! From mutants and Mormons to emo elves and LARPing, this week’s episode has got a little bit of everything for a whole lot of no one. Brought to you fact-check free courtesy of inherent laziness, it’s a new episode of Useless Drivel, a podcast without a point!
It’s that time, everyone! The Monkeys have broken out of their cages at To-Ag Studios and are now running amok all around the Internetz! From the awesomely epic to the mildly offensive, join us this week as we go uncaged and take over your bandwidth with another hour of good times! So, for your own protection, avoid marriage, get yourself back to school, and get yourself exorcised as you prepare for a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
Topics Discussed – Game of Thrones, Red Wedding, Angry Science, The Walking Dead Class, Kickstarter, Tragic Royalty Playing Cards, Chocolate Beer Spread, Teenage Exorcists, Low Winter Sun, Pokemon Illustrator Card, Collectible Card Games, Guild Hall, Rando Cardrissian, Battle Beach, Clash of Clans, Animal Crossing, Les Miserables TV Show
Closing Song – Red Wedding
Look! Up in the air! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a flying dude with more muscles than he knows what to do with! That’s right kiddos, the “Superhero Summer” continues as this week we discuss the new incarnation of pop-culture’s first heroic icon. We’re joined in-studio by our special three-peat guest – artist extraordinaire and comic book aficionado Dennis Salvatier! Be sure to ditch those red undies, work out your back-pecs, and practice punching people into ghosts as you prepare for a brand new super adventure on this week’s Monkey in the Cage!
Rob types fluff and rolls dice. Those two hobbies sparked the immeasurably original nickname, The Typing Dice. When he’s not as his desk job, he’s prepping for his insanely fun 4E Forgotten Realms campaign. But even when he is at his desk job, he’s sneaking time to do the same, and daydreaming about building the best game room ever – a lifelong goal. One day he will design a tabletop game for the gods, and when they roll dice the world will hear thunder. You can find him on Twitter @TheTypingDice or email at TheTypingDice@gmail.com.
Let me put this out there first and foremost. I am many things: GM, Writer, Gamer, and Literature Major, but not, and I repeat not an avid comic book reader. I would say I’ve read fewer than twenty comic books and five graphic novels in my entire life. That’s not to say I don’t enjoy them, or appreciate the fantastic art and channel of storytelling, because I do. I’ve just never gotten into them. I wanted to lay my cards face-up on the table so you know I will be approaching this article from the standpoint of a newbie to comic conventions.