Dropping Loads

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Dropping Loads Episode 247: Dog World President

In this episode, self-proclaimed Hood Weeaboo, Devon returns to express his distaste for Batman and his love of anime and manga. Pouch fails to defend Batman against two Spider-man fans.

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INDIE COMIC BOOKS THAT NEED A MOVIE ADAPTATION – WAKE UP! #9

A Real Dorkie Hero is getting a little tired of all the Marvel and DC live-action movies coming out. It’s too much of the same. Indie comic books deserve some love too. Dorkie suggests a few indie comic book title that should get a movie adaptation.

Sometimes, you look at your […]

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LET’S PLAY ANOTHER ROUND OF FMK – WTC? #8

Once again, ODG is setting out to find whose company the cosplayers would enjoy the most and who they believe deserves to die. He plays another round of F**k, Marry, Kill.

What the Con? is a future Pulitzer Prize-winning show that explores the inner workings of anime/comic book convention attendees by […]

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WHAT IF: GREEN LANTERN (2011) WAS GOOD – ODG SHOW #7

In the vain of the “What If” comic book series from the ’80s and ’90s, ODG discusses what could have been in a different world. This week, ODG flies to Oa and pitches his ideas for what he believes would have made a better “Green Lantern” movie.

The Ol’ Drunken Geek […]

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OLD GEEKS AND NEW GEEKS – ODG SHOW #5


Everyone knows that, at one point, it wasn’t cool being a geek. However, in recent years, geeks have taken over media. ODG compares the differences between new geeks and geeks from his era, when it wasn’t accepted to publicly geek out.

The Ol’ Drunken Geek is who he is. He loves […]

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LET’S PLAY A ROUND OF FMK – WTC? #4


ODG is interested in the romantic endeavors and homicidal tendencies of the convention attendees. He plays a rousing round of F**k, Marry, Kill.

What the Con? is a future Pulitzer Prize-winning show that explores the inner workings of anime/comic book convention attendees by asking the hard-hitting, thought-provoking questions that plague our […]

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