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Finally Team Shot Glasses has come back to The Nefarium. Our very opinionated contributor Nick (also known as the GnomeGnerd) has made no secret of his
disstratusfaction dissatisfaction with the WWE as of late. He's gathered our smartest and snarkiest smarks together in his spacious lair to discuss the granddaddy of 'em all, WrestleMania 30, the disappearance of CM Punk, the Yes! Movement, and the general downward spiral of the biggest company in Sports Entertainment.
Special thanks for Paul and Brian Bobby for joining us.
Shotcast Episode 03: Ramblemania Part 01 Click here to download.
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Closure, at last. I humbly present the third and final part of Shotcast Episode 1: Critical Mass. Listeners beware. We cuss and spoil the ending to ME3. And speaking of spoiled, I appreciate the time and effort BioWare put into the Extended Cut DLC, but sadly it is just as broken, if not more so, than the original ending. How anyone can take that evacuation scene seriously? I love BioWare for all that they've done and in the end it is their story, but I would've respected them more if they stuck to their guns and told us to just finish our supper or starve because they're not cooking anything else. If you missed it, here is where you can find Part I and Part II. Extended Cut coming soon. Thanks everyone for listening. Cheers, JD
Welcome to Mass Effect 3, where the ending is made up and the points don't matter. That's right, the points are like Mass Effect 2's Suicide Mission. Finally, the Extended Cut DLC has arrived! If you thought the first ending was incomplete, this one manages to be even incompletier! Actually, I haven't touched it yet, but based on Bioware's podcast and reactions online it seems they missed the crux of our complaints. Maybe it's time to just drop the shovel, guys. More importantly, the second part of Critical Mass has arrived. Unlike BioWare, we addressed your criticisms and concerns. As a result, this episode is completely uncensored. Warning, this podcast is rated M for explicit language, sexual content, and "Yo Momma" jokes. Also, here are some links to the videos we referenced in Part I and II. Indoctrination Theory Angry Joe's Review If you missed Critical Mass Part I, click there. Part III coming soon. Cheers, JD
At last, it's here. The long awaited first installment of Shotcast, the podcast where the crew of Shot Glasses take a break from making comics to kick back and discuss the most important things in our universe. Our first episode, Critical Mass, was so massive that we had to split it into three parts. How fitting that the discussion of the epic space trilogy Mass Effect become an epic trilogy of its own. In the first part of Critical Mass we explain and explore the poorly received ending, whether or not it felt feasible or even finished, and dip into the Indoctrination Theory. Part II and Part III coming shortly. Cheers, JD
Welcome to the third exciting installment of Subjects Subject To Change, where @HIGHlyCRITICal and @DrunkKnurd dance with various pop culture subjects in the pale moonlight. In this episode we talk a lot about everyone's favorite violent vigilante slash billionaire playboy, Batman. We discuss Year One, Arkham City, the Burton/Schumacher films, and of course we mention the Nolan films. We also dig into Twilight a bit, because, why not? Then in Twitter Chat, HIGHlyCRITICal explains why he loves Apple but hates Apple Sheep. Think Different, indeed.
Welcome to the second episode of Subjects Subject To Change, where @HIGHlyCRITICal and @DrunkKnurd discuss, dissect, and disrespect various pop culture subjects. We get into the Grand Theft Auto series, Fables the TV Series, the best Disney Villains, and the badassness of Neville Longbottom and Alan Rickman in the Harry Potter series. Two things. First, our apologies for the delay. This episode was recorded ages ago, but the information in it is as entertaining and relevant today as it was when we recorded it. Second, my apologies for the sound quality of my microphone. I've since upgraded my microphone and later episodes have been recorded in luxurious high quality sound.
Play Along At Home: Have a drink each time we laugh with delight about something violent, dark, or "fucked up."
This is the first episode of Subjects Subject To Change, where @HIGHlyCRITICal and @DrunkKnurd review, judge, muse, mock, skewer, and wax intellectual about various pop culture subjects. In this episode we discuss the Paranormal Activity trilogy, the Walking Dead franchise, and when to play the dead grandmother card. [mp3j track="http://shotglassescomic.com/podcasts/Ep1.mp3"] Download Ghosts, Zombies, and the Dead Family Card