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Best Giant Bomb podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Giant Bomb podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Every other week, tune into 8-4 Play for talk about Japan, video games, and Japanese video games, straight from the 8-4 offices in beautiful downtown Tokyo. Featuring the sultry voices of 8-4's own Mark MacDonald, John Ricciardi, Hiroko Minamoto, Justin "JJ" Epperson, Roy Blakely, Sarah Podzorski, and Graeme Howard.
 
Think if AVGN met Giant Bomb. Level 2 Gaming is a mix of a one really smart gamer Tom, and one guy who love just playing video games, Keegan. Together they make this weird combination of entertainment and knowledge. One day you may learn about the developer for a series and the next you may watch us drive off a cliff just to see what happens, you never really know. What I do know is if you like watching 2 dudes in a basement play video games then you should really check us out. We won't disa ...
 
Through both audio AND video episodes, the hosts of WASD dive into the most bizarre, original and innovative releases of the indie game scene. See also: WASD Podcast: ZOMBIE MINECRAFT SHOOTER SURVIVAL PORNO MAHJONG.
 
The gaming people who brought you A Winner Is You return in their new guise of GAMERTRON. New name, same good ol' fashioned video game chat. Join us weekly for what we've been playing, terrible fan fiction readings and quizzes, as well our special Top 10 and Game Club episodes every month. It's the ultimate podcast for the total gamer. Enjoy, and get in touch with us at twitter.com/UKGamertron or on Facebook at facebook.com/Gamertron
 
The Blackwater Novels are set in the 1930s along the Blackwater Swamp, near the fictional town of Turpentine, Georgia. Get in trouble with the twins when they shoot green tomatoes in a giant slingshot, and dynamite a toilet with a cherry bomb. Explore the magic and mystery of nature . . . hear the critters in the swamp, sleep in a treehouse, find a hidden grave, and sleep on an island by the embers of a campfire.
 
Hello and welcome to Earth Destruction Directive, a Daikaiju Podcast! I am your host, Luke Jaconetti, and I want to take you all on a trip into the wild, woolly, and sometimes wacky world of Japanese giant monsters! We're going to talk about all your favorites -- from Godzilla, Rodan, and King Ghidorah all the way down to Gappa and Yonggary, and everyone in between! Plus giant heroes like Ultraman and Super Robots like the Shogun Warriors! This is Earth Destruction Directive -- let's get sto ...
 
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The dust has only just settled from the fallout from last week’s show, as we had a record number of comments made about it in our small but perfectly formed Facebook group. Calm has now been restored with some serial number serendipity and Perry’s new acquisitions, one of which uses similar letters to a lens that Simon loves. Also, how to photograp…
 
*WARNING*: The audio in this ep is a little echoey. Sorry! In our first episode of 2020 we do a recap of the year that was before launching into 2020 predictions! We also both got new PCs so we do a quick dive on what informed our choices. This episode was a fun one. Run Time: 2:53:12Panel: Dourin & selfconfessedcynicMain Theme: "Epilogue - The Tra…
 
Anil Mistry makes a very welcome return to CLP Towers this week and there’s not a Leica or RF lens in sight, much to the relief to those aspiring street photographers that don’t dig rangefinders. Anil presides over a Fuji vs. Sony fight in which three of the four people on the podcast think that Fuji being a camera company automatically means he sh…
 
This week, Perry discusses life and photography in Hong Kong on Coronavirus lockdown, Simon attempts to survive the Great Stone-on-Trent Snowpocalypse of 2020, and Johnny risk life and limb in Chicago for hotdogs. The guys also discuss different flavours of Canon 35mm LTM lenses, photo-free photo walks, and life as a Leicaman. Emails and shoutouts …
 
Johnny’s back and he’s got a new toy, Perry has moved on from shooting riots to shooting the Zombie Apocalypse that is Coronavirus Hong Kong, and Simon is utterly confused as to whether familiarity with equipment is the road to photography enlightenment or whether it’s just great gear or both and neither. Also this show we get through a backlog of …
 
We're going independent! That's right daikaiju fans, set your way back to 1943 (or 2005) as we watched the indy WW2 daikaiju film Deep Sea Monster Reigo, AKA Reigo: King of the Sea Monsters! After securing an official release, it is now time to give the legendary "professional fan film" a watch! It's the battleship Yamato taking on a sea monster th…
 
Ethan Moses, esteemed podcast tart of Cameradactyl, Homemade Camera Podcast, and guest on every other podcast ever fame, joins us to talk about lenses, lots and lots of lenses. Mamiya Press lenses, his favourite Nikon and rangefinder glass, and medium format Russian lenses. For listeners of a nervous disposition, Ethan does not treat his lenses wit…
 
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