Arlo J. Wiley
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Arlo J. Wiley

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Remember that present you always wanted for Christmas but never got? Well, Arnold Schwarzenegger is ready to strap on a jetpack to put it in your hot little hands, as your merry Gobbledy-elves ring in the holiday with a discussion of the 1996 “classic” Jingle All the Way. On hand is

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This time, we’re talking with Joseph Lewis about his new web pilot, NOWHERESVILLE, THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE, Black Friday mayhem, and college foosball. Suck on that BastardCast!

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This week, Paul and AJ lack a plan. As always, when they lack a plan, they tend to just talk a whole bunch. Like, a whole bunch. First up, AJ gives the audience what he knows they want: an update on his health. (Here at Gobbledygeek, we want to make you

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In this super-sized episode, Joseph Lewis, original Gobbler and writer/director of the forthcoming pilot Nowheresville, reunites with Paul and AJ to…well, to sort of act as a referee. You see, Paul and AJ disagree on things sometimes. Actually kind of frequently. And anyway, well, one of them is a kilt-wearing cyclone

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AJ and Paul get victimized by Jason and Jeremy from The BastardCast as they discuss comics, The Walking Dead, and badgers who know not the word nay.

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THE END IS NIGH! Of Gobbledyween 2013, that is. And possibly of the world, if Big Haagen has its way in The Stuff. That’s right, the final film of this year’s horror movie marathon is none other than 1985’s The Stuff, about a sentient yogurt-like substance that wants to turn you into

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The penultimate week of Gobbledyween has arrived, and while that is indeed cause for national (nay, international) mourning, don’t worry: to make the most of it, Paul and AJ have two movies for you this week. Well, okay, they’re really kind of the same movie, but don’t look a gift

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Gobbledyween week three is here, and I hope you’ve got an empty stomach, because we’re about to load you up on barbecue, sausages, and yes, head cheese. Paul and AJ take a look back at Tobe Hooper’s 1974 endurance test The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. As usual, they have a

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Dark Horse has announced plans for the next phase of the Whedonverse in comics, as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel & Faith enter season 10, while the Browncoats rise again with Serenity: Leaves on the Wind. On the fanged front, perhaps the most exciting announcement is that writer Christos Gage and artist Rebekah

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Paul has seemingly bounced back from his very serious illness (which was for real and not an imaginary story), so that means you, you lucky son of a gun, get two episodes of Gobbledygeek in such close proximity. We’ll discuss Paul’s brush with near-death, but there’s also some Gobbledyween fun to

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It’s late. Your dad’s asleep in his chair. The national anthem plays. Static blares from your TV set. You place your hands on the screen, lean in close, and are confronted with the most nightmarish vision possible…the new episode of Gobbledygeek! Scary, I know. Paul and AJ kick off the month

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Moth City is an offbeat mix of political thriller, noir, sci-fi, and horror, as well as one of the most exciting digital comics out there.

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Writer Kitty Chandler and editrix Anna Williams join Paul and AJ to discuss their forthcoming collaboration, the “braided anthology” Black
Ice.

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Batman Superman #1
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DC currently publishes 5 books starring Batman, 3 starring Superman-and Justice League-yet I’m cool with a new Batman/Superman.

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Timed to coincide with the release of MAN OF STEEL, DC Comics has unleashed its golden boy (Scott Snyder) to take on their signature character in Superman Unchained. Check out our review.

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After his definitive run on Fantastic Four and its sister book FF came to a close last year, Jonathan Hickman was tasked with breathing new life into Avengers.

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