In the seventeenth episode of Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Roy Rogers, Jeff Kusterbeck, and Christopher Fannon return to podcasting for the first time in 2015! As we get get back into the swing of things we discuss Venture Brothers, the upcoming Marvel Comics continuity reboot, Life is Strange, the Telltale Game of Thrones game, Spider-Man moving the Marvel Cinematic universe, the Parks & Rec series finale, and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Stay with us as we get back into the swing of things with this whole “podcasting” business.
In service of getting this episode available as soon as possible this episode is more lightly edited that previous entries (if such a thing were possible).
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In the third episode of Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Roy Rogers, Christian Brown, and Jeff Kusterbeck belatedly discuss yesterday’s news and reviews in American pop-culture – comics, movies, and television. Topics in this particularly rambly outing include the Super Bowl trailers for both Captain America and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Dan Snyder’s response to the racism of the name of Washington’s football club, Thor 2, Iron Man 2, Ms. Marvel #1 and Loki: Agent of Asgard #1, and the various storytelling problems of Stan Lee and Steven Moffat.
As we are just getting this podcast started we ask for patience as we work out technical and editing issues with our audio.
We must particularly apologize for this lateness and strange audio blips of this episode. We recorded at the beginning of February by the episode was held up by audio and post-production issues. We promise to be better, loyal listeners, in March.
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