Posts Tagged ‘Spider-Man’

Remember when I said there is no way I’d post the next episode a few days early to make up for the second episode being late? Yeah, I was lying through my teeth: here’s episode three, a week early! Boomshakalaka! Anyway, this episode is shorter than usual. An hour and five minutes, to be exact. We’re still trying to figure out what to do after we finish covering the main stuff, so please bare with us. That said, what was the main stuff this week? Why, the return of Beavis and Butt-Head for a new generation, as well as new shows Good Vibes and Allen Gregory. TetrisDork also covers the Spider Island miniseries before we end up taking ten minutes to close out the episode (seriously, The Amazing Race is still on-air?). Oh, and Don is tired. But you already knew that.

P.S. The song at the beginning is Uncaged Czarina, and it shall serve as our theme song. And so we won’t have to pay $10 every time we use it…Free Royalty Free Music by

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Le gasp, an update! On The (Real) Scratch Pad? What the hell is this bullshit!? Horrible jokes aside, since the entire Scratch Pad crew is pretty aware that we’ve done jack-all on this site for a month, we decided to come together and share our thoughts on some of the happenings that occurred at SDCC last weekend. We don’t discuss everything, obviously, but we do talk about all the Marvel stuff and The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra. There is also some discussion of the Green Lantern film. Finally, we all decided to save the DCnU stuff for later, so keep an eye out for that. As usual, I’m silent as hell while Tetris, Don, and Sketch do all the talking. Oh, and Dragonpiece is in this as well.

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Not too long ago I stumbled upon an interesting show on The History Channel called Life After People. It used scientific findings to predict what life “after people” would be like for planet earth. Well I don’t have any scientific findings here but I thought I’d apply their gimmick to a post mortem timeline for the late great Toonami block. It’s been over 2 years and much has changed. In fact, so much has changed that a lot of people probably did not even notice everything that has happened since Toonami was taken off the air. Action animation and anime have found new venues and are now more available to viewers than ever before. So without further ado I present to you, life after Toonami.