We give the D23 Expo - Disney’s personal con unto itself - a full reporting, gutter talking about The Mandalorian, High School Musical the Series and everything coming to Disney+ and much more.
The Tribbles pay homage to GARGOYLES, Disney's afternoon entry into the 90s animated adventure field that is fondly remembered and rightfully so.
The Ghouls are joined by guest, Sergio Galeano to talk about how the Latinx community is represented in Horror. We talk about La Llorona, Hulu's Into the Dark Series: Culture Shock and shout out to Guillermo Del Toro for his amazing job on Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark!
Twin siblings Len aka The BatTribble and his sister Leslie (Dada Tribble) relive their glorious Saturday mornings (1970-78) of Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Jabberjaws, HR Puff n Stuff, Electra Woman and THE ODDBALL COUPLE (and many, many more!)
Please forgive our audio difficulties as JD, Brandon and most of Len bring you their thoughts on the Sony-Disney Spiderman debacle, Matrix 4, the horror-comedy Ready or Not and more.
On this episode, Nick and Ramon focus on the current events that have made national headlines as well as affected us locally . We talk about the multiple shootings this summer, the plans with the thirty-meter telescope (T.M.T), the revolution brewing in Hong Kong, and an update on the Democratic race for the Presidential candidate.
Tyquill Williams of Brannew Enteratinment loves himself some anime, especially DRAGONBALL Z and shares his story on how he was inspired to create his organization of self-improvement and social awareness.
The Tribbles explore the cultural and social differences between traditional American cartoons and the Japanese anime that flooded the country in the 90s.
Brandon asks Len and JD a few comic book questions - What's the first comic they ever read? Who was their comic book crush? And much more.
Ghouls are talking about representation in our new series and today's episode is about sex workers. We talk one of our new favorite horror films, CAM and chat with our good friend, Léa about the real horror sex workers face!
Return with the Tribbles to 1992 and celebrate the magnificence of one of the most celebrated television series of all-time - BATMAN The Animated Series.
We sit around the complex and kibitz about The Boys on Amazon Prime and select the Ultimate Runs on some of the longest-running comic books today.
This week we talk about the aftermath of the revolution brewing in Puerto Rico, what lead up to it, and what's next. We also look into what made the protest in Puerto Rico so successful and how it has reminded the world that people should not be afraid of their governments, governments should be afraid of its people.