“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the tv. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.”
John and Mitch discuss the new show Altered Carbon on Netflix. Season 1: Episode 8: ‘Clash By Night’
Mitch sits down with writer/director Jeffrey Michael Bays the creator of ‘Not From Space’, an award winning radio play that is now being turned into a feature film. The production has started an Indie GoGo campaign to crowdfund a single, pivotal scene in the film with plenty of incentives for backers, so go and donate but note that the deadline of April 17th is fast approaching.
Indiegogo Link: igg.me/at/NFS (Deadline April 17)
Production Page: borgus.com/nfs
Twitter: @dairycola #notfromspace
Official Teaser: https://vimeo.com/252393427
Jeffrey’s Twitter: @borgusfilm
Hitch20 on YouTube: bit.ly/2G1CFLq
Mitch and Rich are join this week by returning guest Tim Stabers. They catch up and talk about their likes and dislikes of the movie ‘Ready Player One’. Make sure to follow him on social media, @timstabers.
Chris and Mitch talk whats on the spinner rack, what we are reading, what went on at Wondercon, and finally we challenge ourselves to Spider-Man’s ‘Identity Crisis’ in the DC Universe.
So if you ever wonder”What If?”, or utter the words “Just Imagine”, or love to argue “Who Would Win?” then this is the podcast for you. Let Chris and Mitch take you to another world, another time, and instruct you to “Imagine If…”.
Listen at your own risk, because here there be SPOILERS, so I hope you are caught up on all your comic book tv shows.
So if you watch Supergirl, Arrow, Flash, The Walking Dead, Jessica Jones, Dc’s Legends of Tomorrow, Daredevil, Gotham, Agents of SHIELD, or Preacher, tune in to Televised Heroics as Daniel and Mitch remind you why you like scripted television again