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Episode 368: Good Government and Dry Socks

November 1st, 2019 | Robin

The Gaming Hut chunks a double-double in the pentacle as Patreon backer Louis Sylvester asks us to riff on regional linguistic magic.

Backer Nikolaj Hansen runs into a Mythology Hut shaped like a phone booth, asking Ken why Umberto Eco was wrong about Superman.

Things get hairy in the Cinema Hut as we look at structural problems as the bane of werewolf movies.

Finally we brave the cold wilds of the Eliptony Hut to satisfy backer Mikey Hamm’s request for a segment on the Dyatlov Pass incident.

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2 Responses to “Episode 368: Good Government and Dry Socks”

  1. Jeff R. says:

    Eco didn’t need to wait for Moore; if he had delved into the comics rather than the serials he was reviewing he might have seen Siegel’s original and classic Death of Superman, or the Marriage-and-retirement ending that the golden age version got.

  2. Craig says:

    Boring ass episode brothers. Where has the passion gone.

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