CMYK TV Episode 10

This week, Josh Hawkes and Francis Fernandez talk about the finales of Gotham, Arrow, Agents of SHIELD, the upcoming finales of The Flash & iZombie, the renewals of Agent Carter & Powers, as well as the Supergirl & Legends of Tomorrow trailers. There's a LOT of comic book tv goodness coming your way on this week's CMYK TV podcast.

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This week we talk about the Season Finales and the final finales to be. It's The Arrow, Gotham, Agents of SHIELD, the Flash, iZombie, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and so much more.

It's about all the comic book television going on in the world, from the Arrow to Powers, we cover it all. And this week's its ramping up as the season heads to the finales.

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Back When We Were Interesting Ep. 50 - "Life" Changers: Naps to Napster?

Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. This week on the show, Josh Hawkes and Francis Fernandez talk about the things that kind of changed their lives. It's about Napster, what we wanted to be when we grew up, the boombox, and so much more. We look into what shaped us into the people we are today. So join us for the fun nostalgia and reminiscing on this week's Back When Podcast.

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A Critical Moment of Awesome Ep. 187 - Seven Samurai / Plan 9 from Outerspace

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Many happy returns as you come back for another episode of A Critical Moment of Awesome. Dave the Drummer and Francis the Other Guy get into it this week with talk of royalty, the classic film, Seven Samurai, The Avengers, Joss Whedon hate, DC movies, all female casts, white genocide as a thing, Plan 9 From Outer Space, and so much more. It's action packed with bundles of sticks on this week's Crit Mo.

Bad movie of the week - Plan 9 From Outerspace 

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CMYK TV - Ep. 9

This week’s CMYK TV is big on the Daredevil, but Jason Clark, Josh Hawkes, & Francis Fernandez still talk about the latest of Gotham, Arrow, The Flash, Agents of SHIELD, Powers, iZombie, and even touch on the Star Wars trailer. It’s all that, and more, on this week’s CMYK TV.

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It's about all the comic book television going on in the world, from the Arrow to Powers, we cover it all. And this week's its ramping up as the season heads to the finales.

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Anthony Bachman – @anthonybachman

Jason Clark – @the_jedi_ras

Jose Hawkes – @303_Ninja

Francis Fernandez @sortageek

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Back When We Were Interesting Ep. 49 - TV Reboots & Memorable Music

Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. On this week's podcast Josh Hawkes and Francis Fernandez discuss some exciting news for the upcoming trip to Denver, then get into the nostalgia of TV shows that won't seem to go away. From Coach, to Full House, we discuss what shows we think should come back, and some that are better off in the past. We then wrap up the podcast talking about music, and those songs that marked our memorable moments.

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A Critical Moment of Awesome Ep. 186 - Dr. Strangelove / The Room

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Hello again, you're about to listen to an all new Critical Moment of Awesome. This week, Dave the Drummer & Francis the Other Guy talk all sorts of nonsense, with a review of Dr. Strangelove, some serious business, and of course, other things. Just know you're in for a treat, as we give you another installment of Crit Mo.

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Back When We Were Interesting Ep. 48 - The Black Hole (1979)

Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. This time around, Josh Hawkes, Shelley Rossell, and Francis Fernandez discuss a Disney movie that was aimed to take on the Star Wars movie franchise. The Black Hole has cute robots, death, and Ernest Borgnine! It's a sci-fi movie that may or may not have the Disney magic. Listen to our review on this week's Back When Podcast.

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Geek Love Radio Ep. 129 - Sex

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Geek Love Radio returns with Francis Fernandez & Shelley Rossell, together again, as they podcast from Wondercon. It is a few weeks late, which is my fault for spacing out the podcasts, but the topic is fun and juicy as we talk about sex. Sex is on the docket this week with expectations, how people do it wrong, and how people do it right. So sit yourself down with a glass of whine and some candles as we discuss the art of making love on this episode of GLR.

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CMYK TV Ep. 8

This week’s CMYK TV is big on the Daredevil, but Jason Clark, Josh Hawkes, & Francis Fernandez still talk about the latest of Gotham, Arrow, The Flash, Agents of SHIELD, Powers, iZombie, and even touch on the Star Wars trailer. It’s all that, and more, on this week’s CMYK TV.

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It's a huge week with the Arrow, Flash, and Gotham returning to our screens. We give some Daredevil love, Powers criticism, iZombie intrigue, and of course...Star Wars. It's that and so much more, on this week's CMYK TV.

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A Critical Moment of Awesome Ep. 185 - Depression Is A Thing

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Thank you for downloading an all new Critical Moment of Awesome, where Dave the Drummer and Francis the Other Guy talk about the EXTREME! Then it's onto Arnold Schwarzenegger movies, Maisie Williams, a Predator review, movies Francis' needs to watch, neckbeards, and we get a little serious with some talk of being informed by the news, depression, and bipolar disorder. And even with all that, we still bring it back with Tommy's Taint, our bad movie review of the week, and our bad music video. It's so much show, on this week's Crit Mo.

Bad Movie of the Week: Miami Connection - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0092549/?ref_=nv_sr_4

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Back When We Were Interesting Ep. 47 - Keepsakes and Memorabilia

Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. This week Josh Hawkes, Shelley Rossell, and Francis Fernandez talk about the objects they kept for nostalgia's sake. From pictures of the exes to the toys we had as children, they discuss things they wished they could have kept to remember the good old days, or at least remember what happened! It's a bobble of nostalgia on this week's Back When Podcast.

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CMYK TV Ep. 7

An all new CMYK TV catching up on last week’s Flash & Arrow, while discussing the latest iZombie, Agents of SHIELD, and Powers. Also some new from Wondercon and Phillycon.

We also give you some of the latest news regarding Ant-man, Agents of SHIELD spin off and more!

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This week we catch up on the latest comic book TV news as well as some revelations from recent conventions. Join us for all the comic book fun.

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Back When We Were Interesting Ep. 46 - Night of the Comet

Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. It's been a big week for the Back When crew as Shelley Rossell and Francis Fernandez recount their time at Wondercon, and Josh Hawkes has a mishap at his apartment. But all that turns to red dust as we discuss the 1984 sci fi, "Night of the Comet", and see if it stills holds up today. So grab that popcorn, dust off the VHS, and join us for a brand new Back When Podcast.

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Wondercon - Day 3

I survived Wondercon! I made it to Easter Sunday, the last day of the convention, and what a weekend it was. There were laughs, there were cries, there were booty, booty, booty, rocking everywhere. Look, I'm going to have to be creepy and say, there were a lot of exposed butts at Wondercon, both female and male. Still, that did not deter, and in some cases, it enhanced, this final day of pop culture geekery.

Shelley Rossell (Back When We Were Interesting Podcast) & Francis Fernandez (Geek Love Radio Podcast) walk the Wondercon show floor, recalling their weekend at the Anaheim Convention Center. http://pointsofinterestpodcast.com/

My favorite part of day 3 of Wondercon was the laid back nature of the entire Convention Center. People were more bold in their cosplay, as we had fans of all types, gender bending, dancing, and posing provacatively. We even had a Jesus this year, who's miraculous powers of fountain bending left the audience in awe. But there was more to this day than that, because despite the shorter day, Wondercon was able to pack in a lot of punch.

You don't need to hear about my excapades of spending hours debating on what lightsaber I was going to buy, or any of the geek merch I was interested in. Oh no! Instead it's all about how this was, probably, the best day of the convention, full stop. And it all started off with Shelley and her acquaintance with one, Gigi Edgley, of Farscape fame.

After a quick run around the show floor, we found ourselves at the Sci-Fi museum booth, where a happy Gigi Edgley was commiserating with fans. Out of the corner of the actress's eye, she saw Shelley and recognized her. For those not in the know, Shelley volunteers at conventions and apparently has made a friend or two along the way, just as she did with Gigi. The lovely Australian, with legs that probably reach to said continent, immediately began joking and talking with us, and sharing with us her con experience. After a quick catch up, Gigi was kind enough to offer a brief interview of her current project and even provided some Geek Love advice. So I give a big thank you to Gigi for taking the time to talk into my phone's camera and let us know what's going on with her.

Shelley Rossell, podcast cohost of Geek Love Radio and Back When We Were Interesting speaks with Gigi Edgley from Farscape about upcoming projects and a little geek love advice.

From there the day turned into a blur. I believe the only panel I saw that day was the Flash panel with Shelley, and it seemed that Wondercon saved the best for last. Danielle Panabaker, Candice Patton, and Carlos Valdes were in attendance along with one of the producers, and they had so much to show in their sizzle reel. There was a ton to look foward to as the Flash team racecd to discover Orson Wells'/Thawne's true identity. Then there's the continued cross over episodes with the Arrow and now the Atom, and my favorite bit of news was Caitlin's inevitable turn to evil, as Killer Frost. This kind of kills any Snowbarry shipping that I was hoping for, but maybe she'll be a good, evil villain? The real brain bender was that we may see Killer Frost before the season even ends, which would be bonkers. There was more time traveling to look forward to in the next few episodes and possibly some revelations on the Flash Point event. If Flash Point becomes a thing, then that opens the door for anything crazy to happen on The Flash. A very exciting panel, and so much to be actually excited about. The Flash proved to be the breakout comic book tv hit that everyone was hoping it would be.

And that more or less ends Wondercon for me as I exit the Convention Center with new lightsaber in hand and a couple of shirts in my bag. Everything afterward was people watching, as Shelley and I try to recall all the fandoms represented this weekend. The cosplaying Jesus was able to manipulate the waters of Anaheim, and it looked like a lot of people had a good time. Oh, and we were also able to get a brand new episode of Geek Love Radio recorded. Another successful adventure into Wondercon 2015 that was over too soon, but has my mouth watering for the next big pop culture event.

Wondercon - Day 2

The second day is when the real fun begins, because now the convention gets crowded, the cosplay get's turned up a notch, and the panels get real. But Wondercon wouldn't be Wondercon without a bump or two in the road. For one such bump, which actually didn't happen to me, but to some fellow attendees upon arrival to the Anaheim Convention Center, I take you to the third level of the parking garage. Now, normally I wouldn't write about this, but I found it fascinating.

Now, I realize I'm biased, because I know Shelley, and she volunteers at the convention. So I'm fully aware that my sympathy lies with the people who are simply doing their job at a big and complicated event. So needless to say, I found it funny when some exhibitors and attendees started harrassing the staff because they wouldn't be let in. Now, remember, we're on the third floor of a parking garage that has a bridge that leads into the Convention Center. The staff barring our way in were told by their supervisors, that no one could enter from this floor until opening hours, which was still half an hour away.

The people standing there were not happy, and would not take no for an answer. It wasn't like the staff were impolite. As a matter of fact, I thought they were downright pleasant, but stern. They were given instructions and they were just doing their job. The folk who were arguing with the staff were understandably upset, but then they were getting obnoxious and entitled and it was upsetting to see. Mostly because I'm not a fan of conflict.

I stood there for a good minute before I decided I'd just go downstairs and try my luck. Interestingly enough, the staff on the first floor were more than happy to let me in to the Convention Center. I know there's a Wizard's Rule somewhere saying that you should find a solution instead of dwelling on the problem. Anyway, I found that whole scenario interesting.

Today was a nerve racking day. If you've never been press for an event like this, you don't know what to expect. For myself, I had a few panels to sit in before I would try to make my way to some round table interviews that I neglected to RSVP for, on time. Yeah, I'm an idiot and waited too long, and I did end up paying for it.

But first, cosplay. I did NOT take any pictures. If you're reading this, you deserve to see high quality HD pictures, not some dinky phone photos. So, I sadly have to leave you to your own devices if you want to see all the amazing and beautiful cosplay. One day, maybe, I'll actually get myself a fancy camera and take photos and video right.

Onto the panels. I like telling you about the panels, because you learn so much about your favorie things. For me it was Gotham and iZombie. With iZombie, the cast and producer were there, dishing out information I kind of already knew. The sizzle reel was interesting, but it didn't grab me like Gotham's did. It shows Liv continuing to do her brain eating, crime fighting, personality stealing thing, and Blane get's outted as the main baddie who's trying to raise a zombie army. A lot of the iZombie panel was about how they're going to adapt the comic books to the show and how amazing Rose McIver was the Yellow Ranger, and for us Once Upon a Time fans, was Tinkerbell, and the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Veronica Mars influences. It's a short first season for this CW show, so us fans will just have to be content that it's just setting itself up for a second season.

In contract, Gotham, is looking awesome. I realize this show is polarizing, because the writing can be shakey, and the acting can feel stilted, but personally, I enjoy the show. And for this Gotham panel we had Ben McKenzie, Robin Lord Taylor, Cory Michael Smith, and I believe one of the writers/producers of the show. So for the most part there was a lot of eye candy for the ladies. Either way, what they revealed was exciting because we only have four more episodes until the first season is over. There was a lot of talk of how far Gordon would go to be a good guy, the rise of the Riddler, and the final confrontation between the Penguin and Fish Moonie. I think the most interesting information was the talk of the Riddler coming into his own as he evolves from Nygma by the end of the season. There wasn't much beyond that though as there was some OC talk, and Ben getting a mustache, and Bruce Wayne's turn to the Dark Knight.

Television was the king of my convention as I sat in on the Orphan Black panel, where I learned that there are “Clones-bians”. Practically the entire cast was there, minus the lovely and talented Tatiana Maslaney, as they teased us all for the next season. Apparently there will be more of the creepy Caster Clones as they execute some diabolical plan being orchestrated by Paul. We learn that Delphine will take on a new roll in the show while her love, Cosima, continues to battle the illness that plagues the clones. Donnie and Alison continue to be a crazy suburban couple, and we discover the horrible fate of Helena at the hands of the enemy. Wow, this is hard to not spoil. I think my only complaint about this panel were the three girls behind me who kept saying how cute one actor was, and how awesome another was, and I just wanted to yell at them to shut uppity up up up! At least I got some cool pins from the panel, which is nice.

I spent the rest of the panel walking the floor, planning convention things with Shelley, and seeing and saying hello to the many celebrities who braved the booths. These folk were the nicest, most patient people you will ever meet. The cast of iZombie were there, the Honest Trailer people were about, some IGN personalities were making the rounds, and they all looked like they loved their fans. It was so cool to see.

What may not be a Wondercon necessity was how I ended my night. I found myself once again at Ten Forward, eating dinner and sharing the day with my cohost, who introduced me to the best food ever, the bacon wrapped dates. Mmmmmmmm. Bacon.

Wondercon - Day 1

There's a certain thrill you get when you attend an event with a purpose. You have a reason to be there other than just as a watchful attendee. You actually have to pay attention to everything, have a critical eye on events that would otherwise be overlooked, and not be afraid to say you don't like something. Not that Wondercon hinges on my opinion, but some random, inquiring mind want to know what this experience is like from all angles.

This was the first year I was able to spend an entire Friday at Wondercon, and I was mildly disappointed, and hugely impressed. I vaguely remember the layout of the show floor from previous years, and this year, it felt massive. It had to have been bigger by half. The number of vendors, artists, and attractions looked to be up by half. Sadly, the meet and greet tables were of the same flair as previous years, which means that I'm fairly uninterested. I think I'm just being a snob when it comes to celebrity.

This year, I am attending Wondercon as Press, and this means an opportunity to visit the press rooms. But that's for tomorrow. Instead, I found that the press badge got you noticed by the comic book creators. These creators would stop me in my tracks, ask me about what I did, and tell me about their work. It was surprising. This was all new to me. A recluse now had to step out of his comfort zone and interact with the people. And what lovely people they were too. I suppose they had an angle, but I didn't mind.

I spent two hours on the show floor and only covered half of it. So much to see and do. And that's with several of the exhibitors not being in attendance.

One of the biggest reasons to go to a convention like this is to attend the panels they have throughout the weekend. And on a Friday, it was easy to tell that they were catoriing to the dedicated. The people who would take the day off from work to attend a comic book convention. And those who were willing to take the plunge were duly rewarded.

My first panel of the day was the Batman panel, which ended up having very little to do with Batman. The writers and artists for Batman/Superman, Gotham Acadamy, Batgirl, and Grayson were in attendance to tell us about the latest issue of their individual comics as well as hints to what would be happening in Convergence event. For Gotham Academy, it was all about the arrival of Batman, for Batgirl, it was her journey to accepting her identity, for Grayson, it was Dick's transition from...well, I don't really know, I don't follow Grayson. Lastly, the panelists teased a Black Canary book coming after Convergence. If you're a Bat-family fan, there's plenty to look forward to.

My next stop was a nostalgia panel, celebrating 1985, a seminal year for movies. With 2015 being the year of Back to the Future 2 and the promise of hoverboard and dehydrated pizza, I thought it would be fun to hear a discussion of the movies of my childhood. From 16 Candles to Legend to the Goonies, the panel of people I had never heard of, discussed all the things they loved and hated from the films of 1985. It was a pleasant walk through memory lane through a number of movies I haven't actually seen.

As if I didn't get enough of this panel and movies, I go my next event all about the geek films coming out this year. I'll spare you the details as there were no trailers, no additional details, just film buffs giving you the reasons they think these movies are worth our time. Sadly, the same could not be said about the panel.

Finally, I ended my day with a premiere of the new “Batman vs. Robin” animated movie before it was released on Bluray this month. I don't know what I was expecting, especially since I was not a fan of “Son of Batman”. The animation and voice overs were all wrong to me, but if you're wondering what the story is all about, then I'll tell you. It's a Court of Owls story, which I thought was pretty cool to see, and I guess the rest would be spoilers. I didn't make it through half the movie.

I should actually take the last paragraph back, because the days doesn't really end at Wondercon after the panels are over. Sure there are after parties and there are Cosplay gatherings, and maybe even a trip to Downtown Disney, but if you really want to embrace the full Wondercon Experience, you have to go to Ten Forward. Oh yes, Ten Forward is a lounge for folks to relax, get some refreshments, and talk about the day's events. The establishment is manned by non other than Guinan her self. Well, at least a cosplayer by the name of Pam who embodied the Star Trek persona.

Of course, I had no idea this existed, but luckily I had podcast co-host, and overall convention veteran, Shelley Rossell to help me out and properly show me the ropes. I was fortunate to have her with me the entire weekend, to help me navigate Wondercon 2015.

A Critical Moment of Awesome Ep. 184 - The Wizard, the Witch, & The Pinball

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It's a Critical Moment of Awesome, with Dave the Drummer and Francis the Other Guy talk Jackie Chan, movies Francis has never seen, bread rappers, killer bunnies, tasteless music videos, and so much more. Thank you always for downloading and sharing this podcast with friends.

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Back When We Were Interesting Ep. 45 - Before Anyone Else?

Welcome to Back When We Were Interesting, where we talk about the stories and the experiences that make us and you, interesting. It's a brand new week with Shelley Rossell, Josh Hawkes, and Francis Fernandez, prepping ourselves for the comic convention season. We talk of Josh's recent trip to the Emerald City Comic Con, Shelley's volunteer work, and Francis' discovery of new TV, then jump into things we don't understand and slang. It's a less than conventional podcast this week on Back When We Were Interesting.

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CMYK TV Ep. 6

This week’s CMYK TV talks about the talks of a “Lazarus” tv show coming to our eye holes. The popular Image comic may be gracing our screens soon, though one does wonder if we’re over-saturated with comic book TV.

Otherwise it’s all about the latest in this week’s comic book tv with the Arrow, the Flash, Agents of SHIELD, Powers, the Walking Dead, & iZombie, being the focus. There’s also our excitement for the upcoming Daredevil tv show to come out in April 10th. It’s all that and much more on this week’s CMYK TV.

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A Critical Moment of Awesome Ep. 183 - Irish Is A Thing

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Show Notes:

Welcome back to A Critical Moment of Awesome with Dave the Drummer and Francis the Other Guy talking about the song that represents the Irish, wives, robot children, stand up comedy, Bear Grylls, Kevin James, Jeremy Clarkson, UK TV, reality TV, and so much more. So drop this episode on the ears of your friends and share the weird with others with this week's Crit Mo.

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