In this episode Josh Stifter of Flush Studios comes by and we talk about dark cartoons. we start out by exposing the not so family oriented past of the classic Disney cartoons, discuss 90’s nickelodeon and MTV cartoon weirdness. Halfway we tangent art and Josh’s old podcast: Gettin’ Sketchy.
Ho Ho ho!! Happy Christ day to all you bastards out there. In this episode Damon and Marc discuss what they love what they love most about the holiday, open a few presents and get a visit from a VERY special guest.
So this was our first event we ever created and it was really awesome. Tim Halberstam (@Kastfilms) and surprise guest Zach Holmes (@TrillWizard911) came by to share stories from the homegrown stunt world. Also Zach sheds some light on what happened that time Damon went to Chicago.
Skeletroy, Grant, and Grindhead Jim discuss Contra. Also, Skeletroy is giving away a copy of Double Dragon Neon on Steam next episode! For a chance to win, visit The Isometric Perspective’s Facebook page and click “like” on the Double dragon picture.
Skeletroy, Tom, Maeve La Fey, and Grant have returned to read more funny stories! Also, Skeletroy is looking for some new writers for next month’s episode, “Two Pages of Fools”; please leave a comment if you’d like to be part of the show!
Grant’s story – 6:30
Maeve’s story – 14:55
Tom’s story – 29:50
Skeletroy’s story – 42:22
Skeletroy, Grant, and Grindhead Jim are back after a short break to start a new season and talk again about video games! This year, we’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of the NES by talking about a classic game each episode.
Hey everyone, Skeletroy here. I’m on the search for contributors for the next couple episodes of the Two Pages podcast. I know this is a crazy time of year for a lot of people, so I’m pushing the next episode back a week. There is no subject for stories for this one, so “Two Pages of Anything” will now be scheduled for January 11th. Episode 4’s subject is Valentine’s day, and “Two Pages of Romance” is scheduled for February 1st.
The rules are fairly simple:
1. Your story must not exceed two pages in length.
2. Your story should make you, the writer, laugh. Don’t be afraid to be completely ridiculous for the sake of comedy.
If you’re interested in participating in either episode or have any questions about the show, please leave a comment. And if you know anyone who might be interested in participating, let them know about the Facebook group.
P.S. For this podcast, I’ve decided to write stories in the Choose Your Own Adventure format from episode 2 onward. By being on the show, you will play an active role in hearing how my story goes.