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Eric is both honored and surprised to be joined by Mike Zapcic and Ming Chen from the AMC powerhouse Comic Book Men this week in the Bitcave. Along with special guest co-host the Aidan they talk about the state of the comic book industry and regale us with some fascinating stories from behind the scenes of the show. Mike and Ming are extremely grac…
 
Apple TV's Ted Lasso came out of nowhere during last years pandemic and gave audiences a much needed warm and unexpected embrace. Starring Jason Sudeikis and featuring a relatively unknown although unforgettable supporting cast the show centers around a soccer team and their new coach who has a heart of gold but zero knowledge about life on the pit…
 
For the first time ever Eric and Doug are joined in the virtual Bitcave by comic book cognoscente and DC aficionado Carl Lundeen to reflect on the recently released Zack Snyder cut of Justice League. Carl is the type of guy who can identify all of the ingenious inventions in the Mr. Miracle universe solely by the sound they make when transported th…
 
In a year where it's important to be grateful, Tyler and Eric are certainly going to find something to complain about. This week they discuss their video game pet peeves, without resorting to mentioning spawn campers or the annoying micro-transactions that plague the industry. They also briefly review the new PGA 2k20 and give some thoughts on the …
 
After an extremely strong showing last month from Sony, July was Microsoft's time to deliver the goods. This month Eric and Tyler will breakdown the highs and lows of the Xbox Games Showcase focusing on all of the title announcements from the show as well as a few unbridled opinions about what Microsoft's focus on Game Pass means for the future of …
 
Sony came out of their corner swinging today with their PS5 Future of Gaming reveal event, and we're here on time for once to bring you our initial opinions of the announcements. The future looks extremely bright for the new generation of gaming, and Sony's no nonsense approach of presenting trailer after trailer with minimal commentary was a refre…
 
Well it certainly didn’t start with an earthquake, but as we inch ever closer to a potential Fallout: New Bitfaced, we wanted to check in with some of our experiences dealing with everything happening on the planet. What started as a traditional list episode turned into something a little more personal, and we figured addressing the Covid situation…
 
Embark on a closer walk with Bitfaced this week as we pump fake our normal format and bring you an episode dedicated to a single film, Ron Shelton's 1992 basketball hustling classic White Men Can't Jump. From the courts of Venice Beach to the back-lot of Jeopardy we discuss both why we love the movie and the impact it has on pop culture even today.…
 
As is Bitfaced tradition, putting 2019 to bed with an episode about our favorite games is the only proper way to close out a remarkable year. Just like 2018, our fans helped us decide on all the major awards, including the prestigious game of the year. Whether you escaped Racoon City, fifteenth tried a boss in Sekiro, or took a fourth wall breaking…
 
Borderlands 3 was Rebecca's most anticipated title of 2019, and on this episode we not only discuss Gearbox's signature series at length but we also take a few laps around the living room with Ring Fit Adventure on the Switch. Pokemon Sword and Shield were also released this month, and everyone except Eric gives their opinion on the most recent ins…
 
George Lowe warned us before his panel that "moderating me will be absolute hell", but we were completely up for the challenge. Luckily for us that challenge consisted of laughing our asses off for forty-five minutes straight. If you've never had the opportunity to see the godfather of Adult Swim at a con you'll truly appreciate the unbelievable le…
 
Our coverage of Colorado Springs Comic Con 2019 kicks off with two very prolific and impassioned guests, Power Ranger Anthony and Mike the Quad. You've heard Mike on Bitfaced recently, and you know Anthony from his YouTube channel as well as hosting many of his own panels and events at conventions. We talk everything from adaptability in gaming to …
 
Our coverage of Denver Pop Culture Con 2019 arrives like a well timed pumpkin bomb with the Into the Spiderverse panel, featuring Marvel artists Laura Martin, Mark Morales, and Khary Randolph. We explore the universe of everyone's favorite webslinger and discuss the longevity of the character and why Spidey is making his biggest impact with the you…
 
Spoilers! Spoilers! Spoilers!We've waited eleven years and watched twenty-one movies in preparation for this episode and the day has finally come to reflect on Avengers: Endgame. The entire Bitfaced crew discusses our favorite moments from the film and the impact that the movie had on the Marvel cinematic universe as a whole. Please do not listen t…
 
The independent comic book scene is obviously important to us here at Bitfaced, and getting to interview three of the most prestigious creators in the area right in the store where we cut our teeth was an especially honorable experience. Kapow's Comic Creator Panel featured Jennifer Swartwood (The Ferrokin), Michael Blickley (The Erinyes Project), …
 
Eric's Father Dr. Gregory Hollis has guested on Bitfaced multiple times since its inception, and fortunately they got to sit down again over the holidays and talk about a show that is near and dear to both of them, the stone cold classic M*A*S*H*. A frank (Burns) discussion about the impact that the show had on not only them but also on the rest of…
 
Now that gaming is out of the way it's time to officially finish 2018 with our pop-culture favorites. Nothing is off the monitor in this traditional top ten elimination that we love doing for you guys when it's time to reflect on the previous year. Movies, comics, music, a skate video, and maybe even a podcast get some love from the entire Bitfaced…
 
For the first time ever we are proud to present the Bitfaced Game Awards! Moving away from our traditional top ten format and shoring everything into convenient categories, the entire Bitfaced crew is on hand to discuss and mercilessly dissect all of our favorites from last year. The best part though is that all of our listeners voted for four of t…
 
Like a devastating moonsault off the top ropes WWE Hall of Famers Trish Stratus and Lita dominated their panel at Colorado Springs Comic Con. (Just don't ever call them divas) Trish and Lita are the best of friends outside of the ring and it shows in their effortless banter and love for their sport. Even if you aren't into professional wrestling we…
 
Our coverage of Colorado Springs begins with a panel Eric only thought would happen in his wildest dreams, cinematic and cult legends Brian O'Halloran and Shannon Elizabeth. Brian gives us a little insight into what would have happened in Clerks 3, Shannon shares her heartfelt passion for her charity The Shannon Elizabeth Foundation, and both regal…
 
Artist extraordinaire Daniel Crosier is bringing his post-apocalyptic web series Camp Crash into your home, but he needs a little help from the community. He joins Eric and Doug in the virtual cave this week to talk about the Camp Crash Kickstarter and all of the things you can do to help this one of a kind production succeed. If you haven't alread…
 
Eric and Doug are back behind the mic this week to discuss Solo: A Star Wars Story. They also get into a spoiler-filled discussion about Cobra Kai, a show that has exceeded almost every possible expectation. Fear does not exist on this podcast, and even if they change your first name from Keisuke to Nariyoshi you'll still find something to enjoy he…
 
SPOILERS! Hopefully by now you've had the pleasure, wonder, and horror of seeing Infinity War for yourself. The original Bitcrew and Captain K reunite to bring you part two of our review and it's as thrilling and emotional as the topic itself. Sometimes you lose heroes to Thanos, and sometimes to California. We're not worried though, we know that h…
 
The polarizing pirate adventure Sea of Thieves is our main topic this week, and it's definitely not all praise for Rare's highly anticipated return to publishing. We also chat with our guest and official streamer Zach "Freak That Bitch Out" Thoma about Far Cry 5 and MLB The Show 2018. Thanks to David Frizzell, Scott Berryman, Mike Luckett, Adam Gum…
 
Musician Norman Hittle beams into the Bitcave this week to talk about his new project Cyberkraken, check out the impressive video below. We've been singing Forest Planet, Prime 88 all week long. Eric's AA sponsor Karl Brevik sits in for Tyler, and we talk about Star Wars, Star Trek, and the lingering impact of Final Fantasy 7. Cyber Kraken Forest P…
 
It's always a mavelous time in the Bitcave when we receive a delivery from The Saucy Mailman, normally we only get to see him streaming and commenting on a plethora of titles from the comfort of our living room. We travel down way too many rabbit holes in this episode, but we explicitly cover the Tide Pod challenge and the multitude of idiots that …
 
Here at Bitfaced we certainly play a lot of games, but we don't have the intelligence to create them, luckily we're able to have a studio like Live in the Game on the cast to give us insight into the intricacies of game development. Benjamin Pope and Joe Yates join us to talk about their passion for making games, and they also talk in detail about …
 
Last week we were all about the games, and this week we’re giving some love to all our favorite pop culture from 2017. Join us as we discuss our favorite movies, music, stand-up, and literature from 2017. Certainly we left out something here that you couldn’t do without in 2017, give it a mention here and we’ll give you a shout out on a future cast…
 
Putting 2017 to sleep one episode at a time, we talk about our favorite games from last year. A measure of predictability combined with a few surprises, we run down our individual top ten lists for the year and discuss at length. 2017 has to be one of the best years ever when it comes to gaming, you'll definitely find something here you missed that…
 
We've never done a tribute episode before on Bitfaced, but who is more perfect to start with than Weird Al Yankovic, the proverbial Cuisinart of pop culture and comedy. Eric is joined by Karl Brevik (as himself) and Rebecca for this heartfelt tribute to a man that continues to both skewer and enhance our lives by taking our favorite musical genres …
 
Wishing you the warmest holidays from the Bitcave. How do you send a Hallmark card every year? Does it read to you like bad fan fiction written by the next Barbara Robinson? Don't go all Imogene Herdman on our asses, it's all about giving this year, so this is our gift to you. This episode is best enjoyed without a tired running gag at the end of t…
 
If you saw the video footage from our Tacticon coverage you are already familiar with the work of this week's guest James Britt. The uber-talented filmmaker sits down with us talk about his experiences behind the camera and his passion for the VR game Wands. Eric also gets to ask him some questions about growing up on tour with the Grateful Dead. T…
 
After an extended but much needed absence from the mic Tyler and Eric triumphantly return with an old-fashioned dissection of current pop culture. Thor: Ragnarok, The Orville, Star Trek: Discovery, and Stranger Things: Season 2 all get the Bitfaced treatment this week, hopefully sea legs will come quickly and this episode won't prove to be an anoma…
 
Prolific artists Daniel Crosier and Joe Oliver are working hard on a new comic book called Wen Dayglo, they stop by our table at Tacticon to tell us all about it. Inspired by their new series, the conversation quickly shifts towards our favorite horror movies to watch this time of year, and we also get an update on Dan's upcoming movie Camp Crash. …
 
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