When we first talked to Reime Schemes on our 85th episode, we instantly were charmed by the unique journey that led him to being a hip hop artist on the verge of releasing his first record. One drop and four music videos later, we caught up with him in what seems like a pivotal moment in his career. We talk to him about how he's been touring the world, embracing his mixed race background, and how he's finding a newer audience through the internet. Myke also pitches him some business ideas and he takes us through the making of his new music and the music for his new single "Thief Ah Whine".
Listen to his new song on Reime Schemes' Soundcloud, and check out his video on YouTube! Follow him on Instagram @ReimeSchemes for news about any upcoming shows!
The DC Boys are back in town just in tome to bring their magic to our drunken double feature! James and DJ from MetaSquid Studios shows Jamesflix and Gamesters Pair of Dice hit the podcast hot, like a bolt of lightning, as we talk about the two non-Marvel comic book movies that are coming out this season. For those of you not keeping score that means we're going to quickly give our overall, non-spoiler thoughts on the new Hellboy THEN we get into the boy-wizard extraordinnaire himself: Shazam! Not only is it a full spoiler review of Shazam, it's a drunken review as well SO OF COURSE we also talk about a bunch of other stuff other than the movies. Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Fantastic Four, ninja movies, some inappropriate coming of age "firsts", and tons more.
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Good news, bad news members of the Geekdom. Bad news is that Myke wasn't able to be part of this episode because he was too sick to attend this year's Wondercon. Good news is Derek was joined by two of our favorite friends of the show / podcast extraordinaires in their own right: Tyler McPhail of the Grand Geek Gathering and Albert Patrick from Who What Wheres Why! Tyler talks about his panels and we all talked about all the cosplayers this year, especially compared to SDCC and LA Comic Con. Albert and Derek then talk about the panels they went to including Dark Phoenix, Deadly Class, and Into the Badlands.
Make sure to find Albert https://www.whowhatwhereswhy.com/
and listen to Tyler's shows at https://www.thegrandgeekgathering.com/