Two reasons to celebrate: the 100th episode and the 150th subscriber. On this occasion, Jarmo is looking at the first films about the Gallic warrior Asterix. It can be described as the “first trilogy” because after the third part there was a long break and the style also changed. The three films are “Asterix the Gaul”, “Asterix and Cleopatra” and “The Twelve Tasks of Asterix”.
Steve Shives produces videos about politics, social issues, Star Trek, pop culture, and general smartassery and tomfoolery. His pronouns are He/Him.
This episode features: Patrons and Members Hangout #110: Not a Schooner
Linkara-AtopTheFourthWall has a long history of reviewing comics and saving the universe. Let’s see which one he does this time…
This episode features: Silent Hill: Homecoming Stream FINALE: Thanks I Could Help, Bro – Livestreams
For the 50th Anniversary of Atari, the company announced a limited edition series of ten re-issues of classic Atari VCS cartridges, each with new packaging, new artwork, and assorted bonus items packed in. After opening & reviewing all ten of these carts, GenXGrownUp is happy to announce the Atari XP Awards – the best and worst of these titles across eight categories. Watch along and see if you agree with our choices. Plus, we run down our dream lineup of ten games if we were to choose!
A Star Wars Fan Film about climate change and the battle for climate action at COP28 using real practical models, bluescreen, stop motion animation (with virtually no CGI, like the original 1970s and 1980s trilogy).
Gravitar is a color vector graphics multidirectional shooter arcade video game released by Atari, Inc. in 1982. Using the same “rotate-and-thrust” controls as Asteroids and Space Duel, the game was known for its high level of difficulty. It was the first of over twenty games (including the 1983 Star Wars) Mike Hally designed and produced for Atari. The main programmer was Rich Adam and the cabinet art was designed by Brad Chaboya. Over 5,427 cabinets were produced. An Atari 2600 version by Dan Hitchens was published by Atari in 1983.
Ihr seid auch frustriert davon, wie die Unwissenheit immer mehr um sich greift und manche Menschen Dunning und Kruger für ihre besten Freunde halten? Kein Problem – dafür gibt es jetzt M.E.G.A. – Make Europa Gscheit Again! Mit wissenschaftlichen Beiträgen über aktuelle Dinge, kurz, bündig und gut erklärt.
Diese Episode behandelt: So bekämpft man Verschwörungstheorien
HOAXILLA® – Der skeptische Podcast beschäftigt sich mit Modernen Sagen (Urban Legends), Medien, Kultur und Wissenschaft aus Sicht der Skeptiker-Bewegung, ohne sich dabei selbst zu ernst zu nehmen.
Diese Episode behandelt: Hoaxilla #330 – William Adams – Der britische Samurai
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