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THE BASTARDCAST vs. JCVD, Unicorns After Dark and Fred the Asteroid

This time on The Real Heroes of Podcasting, otherwise known as The BastardCast, Jeremy and Jason are joined by leather clad dynamo Chris Cummins (Geekadelphia, Topless Robot, & HibernationSickness.com) to do the no-no dance with words and emotion and sexual fervor. Also, Star Wars and a special iTeam investigation, “Unicorns vs. Dragons: Who Would You Rather Get Blown By?” The answer may surprise you.

What more do you need to fill the whole in your lives blasted through you by the cancellation of NBC’s IRONSIDE? How about the long awaited return of TACO TIME!?! Do you need more? Alright, we’re talking about the great comic book boob blockade, the future of Daredevil, the death of Beware the Batman, and we discuss Marvel and DC’s failings in the making good superhero movies with strong lady heroes in the lead.

You know we gotta talk about Russia’s war on asteroids, a global killer named Fred, the Captain America: Winter Soldier trailer (which we watch with both of our eyes!), customer service with JCVD, the ways that Steven Moffat wrath fucks the Whovian kind, Sulu and Checkov sitting in a tree, and in a new segment called “Rapping with Jason”, Jason spits Fresh Prince lyrics while taking you through which scotch tapes you’re going to want on hand this holiday season.

All that and BONUS CONTENT FEATURING LIES ABOUT PUMPKINS AND YOUR FATHER, on The BastardCast!

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The BastardCast, willing to sell out at a moments notice.

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Jason Tabrys

Jason Tabrys

In a white knuckled fury, Jason just deleted the bio he's been using for years so he can rap at you and come correct.

His name is Bing Bong, he's an archer and such. Also, he occasionally writes for Screen Invasion, Comic Book Resources, Screen Rant, Nerdbastards and elsewhere.
Jason is really getting used to this whole "referring to himself in the third person thing."