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SORRY, GAMBIT – ODG SHOW #11

ODG completely neglected his boy Gambit when doing his review for the X-Men: Animated Series from the ’90s. Now, he must make amends. ODG searches through Supercon for the Cajun Card-Chucker and begs for his forgiveness.

Watch ODG’s reviews of the X-Men: Animated Series:
Part One: https://youtu.be/qAxlBar-fF8
Part Two: https://youtu.be/Eh8vN8cEIXI

The Ol’ Drunken Geek […]

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WHAT WOULD YOU LET WOLVERINE DO? – WTC? #10

Wolverine has claws, whether it be bone or adamantium. ODG wants to know, with this knowledge, would you allow him to pleasure you with his hands?

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 […]

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DRUNK GEEK REVIEWS THE ’90s X-MEN CARTOON PART 2 – ODG SHOW #8

It was a great time to be a comic book fan of the ’90s. They were treated to a ton of fantastic cartoons. One of the best among them was X-Men: The Animated Series. ODG once again travels back in time to the ’90s to review the rest of X-Men: […]

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DRUNK GEEK REVIEWS THE ’90s X-MEN CARTOON – ODG SHOW #4


It was a great time to be a comic book fan of the ’90s. They were treated to a ton of fantastic cartoons. One of the best among them was “X-Men: The Animated Series.” ODG once again travels back in time to the ’90s to review “X-Men: The Animated Series.”

The […]

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TOP ’90s CARTOONS – ODG SHOW #3


 

ODG is a product of the ’90s, what some would say was the golden age of cartoons. Time to put on your nostalgia-tinted beer goggles to the past and watch ODG’s top 10 cartoons of the ’90s.

The Ol’ Drunken Geek is who he is. He loves to get drunk and […]

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Dropping Loads Episode 142: Queer Eye for the X-Men Guy

In this episode, SPJ returns and slightly teases on the Don Francisco Promise Historia. SPJ reviews the X-Men: Apocalypse joint, in which he explains the villain’s other occupation. Pouch decides to end the Florida Man segment.

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