Your Weekend Justice #123: Extreme Shorts Adventures!

It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck. It’s the podcast that’s available on a Blue Light Special for a limited time only–now how much would you pay?? Anyway, this podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.


Starpower by Jackie Stallone


  • Rox’s troll doll
  • Visited by Rock Lobster in the night
  • Nudity report
  • Widge vs. Oakley
  • Tanning notes
  • Tuffley vs. Jim Croce
  • Comic-Con vs. DragonCon
  • Pixar, Billy Crystal and Robin Williams
  • Christopher Lee, God
  • Who is Larry the Cable Guy in Bahrain?
  • Harry Potter vs. Pooh
  • The UK vs. Pooh
  • Jon and the Black Lotus
  • Magic: The Gathering tales
  • Kim makes a break for it
  • Men Without Hats?
  • Rox’s kryptonite
  • Chocolate Flavored Sandwich Cookie
  • (more…)

    By | 2017-09-24T22:39:04+00:00 July 22nd, 2011|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|11 Comments

    Your Weekend Justice #97: Cautionary Tales of Pop Rocks Abuse

    It’s Weekend Justice: the podcast that scoffs at your Snowpocalypse and hoses down your driveway in the middle of the night. This podcast was engineered–some might say over-engineered–by experts to escort you from the work week in the most chaotic manner possible. Please note: this podcast is profane, definitely oversexed and definitely overwrought. It is wrong and unsafe. You have been warned.


    Krull Comics


    • R. Kelly, poet
    • Leigh’s great-grandmother travels through time!
    • Let’s start a rumor!
    • Axis & Allies enthusiasm
    • Stephen King‘s Dark Tower: The Board Game
    • Demon wrapping
    • Gifts going wrong
    • Pop Rocks going wrong
    • Leigh was right
    • Dare levels
    • The Ginger Story
    • Meredith Baxter-Birney
    • The Comic-Con Parade
    • (more…)

    By | 2017-09-24T22:44:48+00:00 January 14th, 2011|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|1 Comment

    Stuff You Need to Know: Sam Jackson is Finally (Again) Nick Fury

    Sam Jackson is Nick Fury
  • Marvel has finally gotten their head out of their ass and signed Samuel L. Jackson to play Nick Fury in their barrage of upcoming movies. Sadly, Marvel Films has started to act like Marvel Comics: let’s setup this guy to be Ultimate Nick Fury, pattern the character after him, make geeks jump for joy when we cast him, and then lowball him until his involvement is in jeopardy. And this guy’s a comic geek–when you’re offering a comic geek too little money to be a pivotal comic movie character? That’s just fucking stupid. Glad they sought therapy. Source.
  • That’s right, it’s that time again. For our American readers, the government is about to set fire to a stack of your hard-earned money. Not literally, but they might as well be. Rather than belabor the point I’ll just mention that Amazon has tax software available to download to help you through this trying time of the year. And I’ll say this and get off the soapbox: I think, by law, everyone in the federal government should be required to do their taxes themselves–without aid of software or an accountant. If they can’t do it, then maybe they should think about tax law reform. I’m just saying.
  • All of that electronic crap you have cluttering up your domicile? Best Buy will take it and recycle it for $10 a piece. And for every piece, you get a $10 gift card in return. There are limitations beyond the two items a day maximum–here’s the site with more info. Source.
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    By | 2017-09-24T23:05:42+00:00 February 26th, 2009|Stuff You Need to Know|2 Comments

    A Comic Book Lover’s Attire

    Comic book panel dress

    This fabric was used by Kristen at Woolgathering to make a dress and it’s actually the perfect dress for Comic-Con, which is where she wore it. So congrats. Here’s my favorite bit:

    Compliments at Comic Con – 22 (yah, I totally counted), including one large black man who pointed at me as he walked by unsmiling and said, “I want a dress like that!”

    I must also commend Kristen for this, and maybe this is a completely male comic book reader reaction, but she was smart not to position panels with “ARGGH” over certain parts of her anatomy. Because that’s the sort of commentary that no one wants. Instead “I’ll get you yet!” appears there. Which is a more positive sentiment, to be sure.

    Yeah, it’s sad that I noticed that. But if you’re just figuring out I’m sad then you haven’t been paying attention. Found via Craftzine.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:15:14+00:00 July 30th, 2008|Stimuli|2 Comments

    TR2N Teaser Trailer: Just When You Thought Disney Couldn’t Do Anything Smart…

    TRON arcade game

    Okay, so it’s been making the rounds: TRON 2.0 a.k.a. TR2N is happening. Or it damn well better be, otherwise the fanboys are going to have Disney‘s ass.

    The full news on what was shown and how it was handled was first broken, to my awareness, by Ain’t It Cool News. You can check out their stuff here.

    The first word about a sequel to the original Tron came in the 80s. Back when I first generated a Tron 2.0 page over at Corona’s Coming Attractions in 1999, somebody sent in a scan from Electronic Games from 1982 where Disney apparently talked about two sequels, not just one. That image is no longer extant online from what I can tell. Corona broke the news that same year that Steven Lisberger had signed a deal to scribe the sequel but no word on directing. I know that since 1999 there’s been a kind of weak, wheezing buzz about the project, and copies of a Lisberger script have been running around.

    But I didn’t ask you all here to talk about what has happened in the past. Instead, let’s do something we seldom do without mentioning the word “Pixar“: we’re going to praise Disney. Why? Because this “teaser” is the smartest way they could launch a Tron sequel.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:15:22+00:00 July 27th, 2008|Headsup|4 Comments

    Win Comic-Con Exclusive Halo 3 Figures From McFarlane Toys!

    Spartan Soldier - CQB Active-Camouflage Spartan Soldier EVA - Hellspartan

    That’s right. San Diego Comic-Con is about to happen…and if you’re going to be there, you can snag cool swag like these Comic-Con Exclusive Halo 3 figures from #2601, which is where McFarlane’s booth is located. And if you’re not there? Well, you can win a set of the two exclusive figures from us! One is the Spartan Soldier in Active Camouflage mode, the other is the Hellspartan figure. I’m looking at both of them in their packaging here, and I don’t play the game, but just as action figures alone they are badass. Want to win? Enter to do so! And you can enter once a day, folks! We’re crazy like that!

    If you’re going to San Diego or even if you stop by their website, tell them we said howdy. And we all said thanks for the free goodness.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:15:51+00:00 July 17th, 2008|Contests|2 Comments

    Face Your Fears

    Found yourself depressed because you didn’t get to see the Venture Bros. Season 3 teaser trailer that Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick detonated in the middle of New York Comic-Con? Pining because you weren’t part of the masses that were so unanticipated that they broke the Comic-Con schedule like a twig? Jonesing because you didn’t get the chance to be impaled with a Dum-Dum thrown by the deadly hands of Ken Plume?

    Your prayers and burnt offerings have been answered. Quick Stop Entertainment has posted the teaser. You will not be disappointed.

    Update: It’s now embeddable. God bless those pagans.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:19:54+00:00 April 23rd, 2008|Headsup|0 Comments

    How to Avoid a Skrull Mask at New York Comic-Con

    I would love for somebody to come up to me at New York Comic-Con and offer me a Marvel Skrull mask so I could be part of the “Secret Implosion.”

    I see the exchange going like this:

    ME: “No, thanks. I’m not a Skrull.”

    MARVEL STOOGE: “Ah, but who can you trust? ARE YOU SURE?”

    ME: “Yes, I’m sure. Reed Richards checked me out and told me so. And in my reality he’s not a fucking idiot and would know.”

    Feel free to use that or some variation if you need to.

    Civil War: I'm With Anyone Who's Not Marvel


    By | 2017-09-24T23:20:27+00:00 April 9th, 2008|Stimuli|2 Comments

    The Curmudgeon

    These days there’s more to Brighton than the Domesday Book and scenic oceanic views. This resort town, nestled in the south of England has become in the vernacular of those in the know, an “It Spot” and “Scene.” But despite the heaps of praise there is no denying that there is a buzz of musical and autistic creativity happening there.


    Musically Brighton was put on the map over a decade ago by Fatboy Slim and The Levellers. Now a whole new breed of talented and diverse musicians are cutting a swathe across the city and making people take notice.

    One would be hard pressed to call Electrelane “veterans,” but that is the case for the all girl kraut rock jamsters who have finished a short US tour including dates with Arcade Fire. They will be Stateside again in the fall to support their most prolific release to date, No Shouts, No Calls.

    The Kooks followed their auspicious debut, Inside In/Inside Out with massive hype in the UK and a sold out string of US dates. For almost a year the band was everywhere in the UK press who touted them as the next Oasis. Although the always fickle ears of the UK music press will undoubtedly turn on them eventually they clearly have a future ahead of them. The Kooks are a band on the make who will lay waste to anyone who gets in their way.


    By | 2017-09-24T23:28:16+00:00 August 17th, 2007|Stimuli|0 Comments