I just listened to it! Great stuff!
I just listened to it! Great stuff!
Itll be nice to listen to something that interests me. like the commentary on dvds, provides a wealth of info i know this will and hope i get involved someway
Listened to it this morning and loved it! So good to hear Lioncourt back. Now Shadow should do a recap show and talk about all the stuff he missed to get his POV on it!
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I must agree! Definitely great to hear Mr. Josh Lioncourt back. Glad I didn't read this thread before listening and I was caught offguard by the mystery guest stuff!
Great episode guys!
I love it when a plan comes together.
I thought the new masterscast was awesome as well! Two thoughts, though:
1. I swear that I read in an earlier interview that Fisto was absolutely going to be Teela's father. I don't know if anyone can confirm this, but I know I read that somewhere.
2. Did they claim King Grayskull had only 14 points of articulation? What's up with that?
2 X ankles
2 X top of boots
2 X knees
2 X hips
2 X shoulders
2 X bicep
2 X elbows
2 X wrists
1 X head
1 X torso
1 X waist
I add that up to 19 points of articulation. . .
The head is definitely the hardest to move, mainly because of the hair, and the cloak. But one of my bronze figures has a fairly limber head, comparitively. I slid my pocket knife into the sticky joints on the boots and the waist to cut the paint, and it worked perfectly. No damage to the figure, and a working joint! Yay!
As for the joints...
Where exactly is the boot joint? Is it above or below the fringe at the top of the boot? They are stuck really really good on mine. THe ankles are fine, but if there's supposed to be another joint there, I'm not finding it.
Additionally, the middle of the torso is also articulated. I did not notice this previously, because with the cape and all, KG can hardly move at that point.
Hey guys, just wanted to drop a line and say thanks for the great podcast. It gives me a great excuse to ignore people at work. Listening to the show has been a real joy for me, since my memory of MOTU is kind of limited. Although I do remember finding the head of my battle armor skeletor in the yard. Apparently he lost the battle with my dad's lawn mower. Anyway great to hear from Josh again. Glad you back man. Keep 'em coming, because if you stop I will have to talk to the annoying people at work...
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I loved growing up in the 80's....wish my kids someday could experience the same thing....
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I guess the podcast guys don't have time to make new podcast at the moment
Hopefully masterscast isn't gone forever...
I needs me some more Masters Cast!
A new Masters Cast? Say what? Say what? Freaky freaky fresh.
Episode 33 is up on the website, iTunes to follow.
I hope you enjoy our odd sense of hilarity and humor as we enter 2009.
Of course I'm already downloading the new episode and looking forward to listen to it.
After listening I have to add that I wondered that noone seemed to recognize "Ein Mountie in Chicago" (Due South) which is the TV series from the Mounty and his white, deaf dog - Martin tried to get the name
I'm not a fan from the series but - I know it - so you are not alone Marin
Thanks a lot for the new show - it was an amazing hour of fun and of course information, too!
Btw.: If I heard correctly... Sunday was January the 25th
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