Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Kai "the spy", Jul 17, 2019.
And now there's a video version of Smodcast #440:
Fatman Beyond streamed last night, but they have taken the video off of YouTube, probably to edit something one of them wasn't supposed to say on the air. Should be back up (edited) soon.
In the meantime, Ralph and Kev watched more Batman '66, season 2 episodes #9 and 10 featuring the perilous Ma Parker:
Hollywood Babble-On #385: Caped Commentaries 23!
And here is the new Fatman Beyond, with Kev, Marc, JC and special guest Robert Kirkman, oddly not edited to the beginning:
Starts at 4:25 with a new opening jingle.
Here is the second part of the Smodcast/TESD crossover with Kev, Walt, Bryan and Brian:
Tell 'Em Steve-Dave #474: Retell 'Em Steve-Dave, Part Two
And here's part 3 of the Smodcast/TESD crossover:
Kev and Ralph met up virtually again to watch another two episodes, #11 & 12, of the second season of Batman '66, featuring the terrorist of time, the Clock King:
Hollywood Babble-On #386: Caped Commentaries 24!
And Kev also met up virtually with Marc (and JC) for this week's Fatman Beyond, with special guest Fan Filmmaker extraordinaire Aaron Schoenke:
Kev talks to rapper Ice Cube on the new Smodcast:
Smodcast #442: A Good Day with Ice Cube
Got nothing better to do on Easter weekend? Spend two hours with Kev, Marc and sometimes JC on this week's Fatman Beyond:
Starts at 4:05 (after the ThatKevinSmithClub ad).
And for all fans of Comic Book Men, Mike and Ming's comic book podcast I Sell Comics! is back after six months, and they're now on YouTube:
Scene Study of the Easter Bunny scene from Mallrats:
And just in time for... nevermind.
Also, the latest Smodcast with guest Ice Cube got a video version, with the first half out now:
Kev talks to John Grayson from Australia again:
Smodcast #443: The Wizard of Oz
And here, finally, are Kev, Marc and JC with this week's Fatman Beyond:
That was a long one.
Kev launched Jay & Silent Bob's Crypto Studio to sell NFTs of fanart featuring Jay & Silent Bob (with half of the profits going to the individual artists), and also announced that he will sell "Kilroy Was Here" as an NFT, indicating that there will be no seperate release of the movie.
I'm personally highly sceptical of NFTs, and thus not a fan of this move at all.
Comic Book Men's Ming and Mike return for another video episode of I Sell Comics:
First off, here's the video of Kev's third Movie Trivia Schmoedown match, this time he goes up against Stacy Howard, an opponent famous for her luck and educated guesses:
And after that, maybe you want to spend 3 hours with Kev, Marc and JC (though not back at the Scum & Villainy Cantina as promised) for the new Fatman Beyond:
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