The Tribbles close out Spaceheads 2018 with a look forward at some extraterrestrial spectacles to come in 2019 and the creation of Space Force by the Trump Admin and what it says about their plans for NASA.
SPIDER-MAN INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE is here and it is banging! So is it's dope @$$ soundtrack! EVERYTHING is a hit with this animated spectacle, so says Johnny Destructo and the BatTribble with special guest couple Noel & Sam.
'Sunflower' (Spider-Man Into The Spider-verse soundtrack) by Post Manuel & Swae Lee
Join us for a fancy "thought experiment" meant to explore what it means to be a human and a part of something.
Len and JD talk Cowboy Bebop, Aquaman, comic books in real life and the elusive Doctor Funkenstein.
SPACEHEADS continues with a trip to the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter, and its many many moons which seem to resemble the Kardashians.
This episode is featuring Kennedy aka Storm Tribble of Black Tribbles! We find out why “In space, no one can hear you scream.” The ghouls and Kennedy solve all of the problems with space exploration (hint: put women in charge and LISTEN WHEN THEY TELL YOU THINGS) and dissect the classic hit film, Alien (which Gabe hadn't seen before this episode :O ).
The Tribbles review the year in space exploration including a deep look into the recent Mars InSight landing and its connection to JODECI?
JD and Len lead an over-stuffed talk on Disney movies, My Hero Academia, Spiderman, Bojack Horseman and then there's Brandon!
This week Nick & Ramon discuss an old news story that needs more attention…SPACE FORCE. We discuss the challenges, pitfalls, and somewhat logistics of what it would look like and what possible purpose it might serve. We also discuss Ramon’s love/hate relationship with NASA and why it might have outlived its purpose as it currently exists.
Join us as we wander the halls of Taller Puertorriqueno, engaging the con goers and Cosplayers of Nerdtino Expo 2018. You’ll also get to listen to our interview with writer and advocate, Nico Vasilo, of Kid Riot Comics, Cin Von Quinzel famed Cosplayer, Zoraida Cordova, author of the Brooklyn Brujas series, as well as cosplayer and Suicide Girl, Lua Stardust.
Len and JD dig into listener emails and go off on tangent after tangent about Queen, Widows, Mrs Maisel, unresolved resolutions and Len's grand plans to shake-up the holiday traditions.
Kennedy aka Storm Tribble goes to Harlem to sit down with respected geeks - writer Valerie Green aka Valerie Complex and Jim Crow Comics' Raheem Shabazz - to speak about their military background and its defining impact on their lives and art. WARNING - Be advised that the venue was packed and the audio is muffled.
On our 33rd episode, as part of our Black Tribbles series, we talk with the Master Tribble, Erik about Suspense/Thriller films and why they most definitely are a subgenre of Horror. Fight us. We learn to think outside the box by discussing the differences between Horrors and Thrillers while also watching the Horror Suspense film, Se7en.
The Holiday season is upon us. This time of year brings joy and fond memories for the vast majority of people, it also comes with anxiety and tension. Always looming over every pleasant and happy interactions, is the threat of a disastrous encounter. But fret no more as we are here to provide our holiday survival guide…
The Tribbles pay due respect to STAN LEE, the writer/editor/publisher of Marvel Comics, who would define modern mythology on the paper between the panels and in life with his abundant creativity. We look at the full picture of 'The Man' to appreciate his development.
Election Night Special: This episode we discuss the results of the election and the ramifications it will have on the future of America. At least that’s the way that this election was spun by the general media, mind you it was important but what do the actual numbers and results really mean?
This episode features the Super Saiyan Tribble himself, Isaiah, comes on to talk ANIME HORROR and more!
JD and Len question a fan's relationship with Taylor Swift, are surprised by their Titan affection and erect a monument in honor of Stan 'The Man' Lee.
The Tribbles celebrate Ororo Munroe aka STORM of tehX-Men and her many animated and live action incarnations, including some infamous missteps along the way.
In honor of the spookiest holiday, the Ghouls bring you a special performance by the amazing Not Yet Rated, improv team! The Ghouls were lucky enough to have them present an original Audio Drama - Attend Carter the Magnificent's Magical Disappearing Show!
In our special classic horror series for the spoopiest month, October, we bring you the talented monster men who transformed the horror genre with their phenomenal portrayals of the genre’s classic tragic villains - Bela Lugosi & Boris Karloff!
The Tribbles celebrate Women of WOnder in November and this year the spotlight shines on STORM of X-Men fame. We look at the origins of the character, her romances and significant comic book moments in defining what makes Ororo Munroe the greatest superheroine this side of Wonder Woman.
Len and JD gather at the Hero Complex campfire to share scary tales, Sabrina the Teenage Witch crushes, the history of 70s Archie, talk comics with Brandon and Tammy and offer up a juicy Walking Dead giveaway.
LISTEN to the Black Tribbles' WPPM Fundraising special where you will HEAR naked Tribbles in the wild! Plus special guests STEPHANIE RAY GLASS (Practitioners TV), Gabe and Kat of THE GHOULS NEXT DOOR, Native Pod-mate ERICA THE BROWNGIRL (Cocktail & Conversations) and The King of the Oldies, Mister Salt and Pepper memories himself, ALI HACKETT take it off for hilarity and charity!