Oh, I'm lovely? Thank you! - Episode 003

September 8, 2018
Hosted by Andy, Josh, and Stephanie

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Episode Description

After everybody was sick, we all got better and discussed: - Happytime Murders corrections - Microsoft's Adaptive Controller - Nintendo Switch Family Showdown on Disney - Nick Arcade and Double Dare - Inky Pen - Streets of Rage 4 - Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4 - Fortnite Nerf Blasters - Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Iron Fist Season 2 - Captain Marvel - Black Adam and Shazam! - Live-Action Pinocchio - Matt Smith and Dominic Monaghan cast in Star Wars - The Ruby Slippers aren't in Kansas anymore - New Mutants - Conan the Barbarian goes back to Marvel - Henry Cavill cast in The Witcher - Dungeon & Dragons Art and Arcana: A Visual History - RX-24 retires to become a bartender - Die Hard 6 is coming! Is Die Hard a Christmas movie? Find out next episode!

Atomic Monsoon

Sunday at 10 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

ATOMIC MONSOON is a talk radio show and podcast covering all manner of pop culture topics, hosted by three pop culture enthusiasts. From movies to video games to comic books to television, we cover it all! We focus on what’s good and what we like about pop culture and entertainment, to create a fun listening experience for our audience. Tune in every Sunday at 10 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

Andy, Josh, and Stephanie

Raised by hippie parents, Andy is a graphic artist and illustrator who used to run a comic book store, after growing up watching 80s and 90s action cartoons such as "Transformers," "G.I. Joe," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," and too many episodes of "WWE Monday Night Raw." Andy spends more money per week on comic books than you do at Starbucks.

From Smalltown, USA, Josh is an audio engineer who describes himself as a "geek of all trades, yet a master of none." He’s constantly playing the latest and greatest video games, and grew up watching 80s fantasy-adventure shows such as "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe," "Captain Power," and "Thundercats." Josh is a DC Comics fanatic who has read every published issue of "Superman."

Hailing from the mean streets of Olathe, Kansas, Stephanie is a social media expert and Jedi Master who grew up in the universe of "Star Wars" while always under the magical influence of Disney, and the insanity of 1990s and 2000s Cartoon Network. In high school, Stephanie was in marching band. Band geeks are still cool, right?

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