For those of you too afraid to subscribe to us on YouTube for fear of TOTAL AWESOMENESS exploding your subscription box, I’m here to tell you not to worry. Um…because I’m bringing the videos to you here. Continuing my trend of writing completely irrelevant posts reporting on podcast videos you may have missed, I present to you three full podcasts in video format, with unrelated footage of Soul Blazer, Toonstruck, and Super Smash Bros. Brawl accompanying the audio, for those of us with the attention span of whoa what was that.
In Podcast #44: That Was Limited, Alex Jedraszczak, Christian Porter, and Paul Franzen talk about the voices in their heads, sticking boxes on their heads, and…well, there’s some mighty fine improv role-playing, but I can’t figure out how to relate that to “heads.”
Podcast #45: Let’s Not Get Too Excited is our most nonsensical podcast video yet. We have Alex Jedraszczak, Christian Porter, Matt Gardner, and Paul Franzen commenting on the 2012 Spike TV Video Game Awards, but we don’t include any audio or video of the 2012 Spike TV Video Game Awards, so it’s essentially the GameCola crew talking about Toonstruck like it’s the VGAs, and with no audio of Toonstruck to give us any idea what’s going on. Expect to see actors Christopher Lloyd and Ben Stein arguing in silence over the price of a desk (?), and Paul confusing King Smileyface or whatever his name is with Rocksteady from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Finally, Podcast #46: Catching up on Saramail finds Alex Jedraszczak, Michael Gray, and yours truly demonstrating our ability to read aloud. General housekeeping is far more interesting when it’s responding to creative listener mail, we swear.
Yeah! 3.5! Post hasn’t even been here for half a day, and already it’s the second-worst-rated article I’ve written for GameCola. YEEHAW!
(Slightly revised so it’s at least worth a 3.6.)
Bebop from Cowboy Bebop CAN be cosplayed for it is Jett’s ship. Crazier things have been cosplayed.