It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck, the podcast that is the one thing that we have up on John Waters.
Now that the smoke has cleared and the rubble of candy wrappers, makeup removal sponges and discard Predator gloves (no, really) has begun to slide into the mists of time, we take a moment to reflect on DragonCon 2014. And when I say “we,” I mean me. Widge. Because if you saw our schedule, you know we were collectively all over the damn place.
Dear God. Don’t look now, but DragonCon is this weekend. I said not to look! It will sense you staring at it. And then it will pounce. But the time is not right. Almost. But not yet. Remember: when the time comes, You Cannot Show Fear. The Con will maul anyone who shows fear.
Use this as your guide to the stuff we’re doing. We’re sure going to use it.
Follow our Needcoffee feed for last minute updates. Where available, everyone’s first mention has their Twitter ID linked up–so feel free to follow folks for their latest weirdness. (Except in cases where they’ve been added to an earlier panel than I first had them–so they’re Twitter-linked on here somewhere. I’m old and lazy.) As always, this list is subject to change without notice or sense.
As always, inevitably, there will be formatting and other stupid errors on this schedule. If you find something wrong, just ping me and we’ll get it fixed. Danke.
Version 1.01 – Added “Needcoffee vs. Sherlock”; added Rox’s “Adventurous Women” in Alt History; added the BritTrack After Dark panels for Scott
Version 1.02 – Added Tuffley’s and Wolven’s panels.
Random bits of things I wanted to share. Because I can. Coming to you post-weekend because the weekend was crazy. More on that shortly.
1) Sound engineer, philanthropist and friend to the animals Jon Boutelle has fired up 50 Days of DragonCon once more. Photos, info and scads of interviews with people associated with the Con. Recent entries have included a chat with: Grim, the video games track director and Dan Carroll, head of media relations. It is co-hosted by Leigh with guest appearances from many familiar voices and/or faces. Find it here. Enjoy.
It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck–the podcast that argues that Martian Manhunter could look like David Ogden Stiers if he really, really wanted to.
And we’re back. For this episode, we were recorded live in front of a studio audience (yes, again) at DragonCon 2013. Special thanks to Jon Boutelle and The Unique Geek crew for getting us on tape. Special thanks go out also to Aaron Poole for editing this monster. They are still awaiting your call.
From DragonCon 2013: just in time for the return of the show this evening, we bring you Rox of Spazhouse, Jon Boutelle, J.J. Hawkins and Thespia discussing the first season of The Following. Obviously, spoilers for anyone who hasn’t made it that far.
The recording of Weekend Justice #200 took place at DragonCon 2013 in front of a live studio audience using crowdsourced topic suggestions and a shifting, ever-changing roster of Leaguers. It starred Jon Boutelle, Cosette, Kim, Leigh, Rob Levy, Aaron Poole, Rox of Spazhouse, ScottC, Serv, Thespia, Tuffley & a cast of literally thousands. Here is the video highlights reel, engineered and 4D sound FX by Jon Boutelle, filming by The Unique Geek, and edited by Aaron “Magic Fingers” Poole. Enjoy.
And now…take a deep breath…and begin 2014 with…relaxation. Recorded at the Need Coffee Dot Com Show of Shows, live at DragonCon 2013, we test drive the upcoming Need Coffee Relaxation CD (patent pending). This video lovingly monogrammed for you by Aaron OBE. Cameras manned by The Legion of Unique Geeks.
For your dancing and dining pleasure…if you’ve never been to the madness that is a Make the Bad Men Stop panel at DragonCon, then this video will be like you were actually there. Aaron Poole (who also used his Magical Orb of Editing to create this video) will explain all. Thanks to Unique Geek, Ltd for filming this mayhem at this year’s DragonCon. Enjoy.