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Episode #2: The 1940’s Fetish Show


Yes, ’tis the monumental Episode 2! In this episode, all three of us go on a road trip and prove how much crap we can endlessly spew about Sci-Fi and Anime. Plus, Sherlock Holmes introduces the episode! But wait, why are you still reading this blog post? You should be listening to the episode! Oh well, I guess it can’t be helped: in the immortal words of a long forgotten Pulp Fiction character, “Until you did that, I had planned to spare you torture. This forces me to plan otherwise.”


Show notes provided by the National Child Sweatshop Association:

Intro Music
Travelin’ the Galaxy (a Garage Band mix created by my sister)

Skits from the Archives
– An excerpt for “Sherlock Holmes meets the Crisson and the Murdock” (concept and editing by The Un-Man)

Reviews
– (Anime) Fullmetal Alchemist
– (Pulp Fic) The Phantom Transport
– By Leroy Yerxa, appeared in the February 1943 issue of “Amazing Stories”.
– (Sci Fi) The Tripods Trilogy
– By John Christopher

Anime News
– FUNimation picks up One Piece license

Next, on the MDNN…
InterviewMatthew Wayne Selznick, author of Brave Men Run
– You can follow Selznick’s next Sovereign Era book here.
– Go check out Selznick’s new Writers Talking Podcast on April 21. This show will feature well-known Podcast novelists, such as Mur Lafferty, J.C. Hutchins, and Tee Morris! Plus, you can call in, ’cause it’s LIVE!

• Contact Info

E-mail – mdnn.cast@gmail.com
Skype – MDNNcast
AIM – LightningMonk007
– No call-in line, but you can send us mp3s


The Multi Dimensional Ninja Network is looking for talented ninjas to spread the word about this sordid Podcast. Remember to tell your next victim to listen to our show! Also, don’t forget to send an email to mdnn.cast@gmail.com with “MDNN” in the title so we can tally up all of the listeners.

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April 20, 2007 - Posted by | archives, discusion, episode, podcast

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