After receiving many emails from confused listeners as to why there hasn't been a new Stimulated Boredom show in a long time, I figured I would sit down and write a quick update.
That’s right, a trailer…for the trailer. Ryan Reynolds teases the release of the official Deadpool trailer in classic "Merc with a mouth" fashion.
We have a doozy of a show for you this week – 4 hours of “doozyness”, in fact – as we delve into how to create your own podcast and everything that you need to know to get started and have the best chance at creating a successful show.
“Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines,” examines the history of fictional heroines in popular culture, and how their highs and lows have reflected the lives of real...
This week marks the triumphant (guest) return of Chris – aka: “Booger” – who had a short, but distinguished stint as co-host of the program back in 2005.
Dana Sciandra reviews the Google Nexus 10 tablet by Samsung, including the specs, tour of the device and a demonstration of how everything from movies, music, books, magazines, web surfing, apps and reading comic books look.
The origin story of Batman has been told countless times. In “Batman: Earth One,” writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank take a stab at telling an entirely new and unique take on the Dark Knight’s beginning…and the result is stellar.
This week, I am joined by listener-favorite Vanessa G of Girls-Gone-Geek.com, as we discuss all things Dragon*Con and take an entertaining, informative & insightful romp through geek culture, comic books, cosplay and her experience at the Atlanta conference.
–According to reports and research from the National Institutes of Health, the Obama family’s first dog Bo is actually a mutant. Bo possesses two...
The first "Geek Lunch" episode was so positively received by Stimulated Boredom listeners – I wanted to share the next episode featuring the ladies of "Girls Gone Geek."
I am often asked by new listeners of the program about my personal politics. In this piece, I explain where I stand in the political spectrum and how I came to find myself there.
In this special mid-week show, I am sharing the first ever "Geek Lunch" podcast with the talented ladies at Girls-Gone-Geek.com, as they discus comic books and geek culture.
During the last Bush administration, there was always much to be said about the politics of fear. And regardless of what you think...
I have attended many conventions in my life, but never a comic book convention. The following is my account - at MegaCon - as a comic book convention virgin...so, please be gentle, it's my first time.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is an animated film that explores the Butterfly Effect that occurs in the DC Universe when Barry Allen (The Flash) travels back in time to prevent his mother's murder.