This week with no Supernatural and with Dan unable to watch Vikings we talk about Harsh Realm - the turn of the century show from Chris Carter. After SotW we mention 2 notable deaths in the Ultimate Warrior and Mickey Rooney and then ask what television show would we want to be thrown into.

Nolan's Song of the Week is "The Air That I Breathe" by All That Remains from their The Fall of Ideals album.

This week's closing song is "Mad World" by Michael Andrews from the Donnie Darko soundtrack.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we are joined by our old pal Chris (@gokuffy) and talk about Vikings and people with stickers/decals on their cars. After song of the week we talk about a little about punk rock and Nolan and Chris share some stories of when they worked security.

Nolan's Song of the Week is "Feeling" by The Offspring from their Americana album.

This week's closing song is "God Save the Queen" by The Sex Pistols from their Never Mind the Bollocks, It's the Sex Pistols album.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we talk about Supernatural and Vikings. After song of the week we answer some fan questions and talk about the awkwardness of high fives that last too long.

Nolan's Song of the Week is "Fire Water Burn" by The Bloodhound Gang from their One Fierce Beer Coaster album.

This week's closing song is "Outlaw Scumfuc" by GG Allin from his Murder Junkies album.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we are joined again by Shuq and talk Vikings, Supernatural, Arrow and other TV shows. After song of the week we talk briefly about some Amazon pilots and Shuq administers a movie quiz. Listen for the new SPT Original.

Nolan's Song of the Week is "Walk of Life" by Dire Straits from their Brothers in Arms album...actually it's "Walkie Talkie Man" from Steriogram from their Schmack! album.

This week's closing song is "My Hometown" by Charlie Robison from his Life of the Party album.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we talk Vikings, favorite stand up comedians and Nolan share some stories from his week

Nolan's Song of the Week is "Shooting Star" by Bad Company from their 10 From 6 album.

This week's closing song is "It's Been Awhile" by Staind from their Break the Cycle album.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we talk Supernatural, Vikings, Black Sails, House of Cards and then what Nolan's prison nickname would be.

Nolan's Song of the Week is "Lightning Crashes" by Live from their Throwing Copper album.

This week's closing song is "Cumbersome" by Seven Mary Three from their American Standard album.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we talk about the return of Vikings, mention Supernatural and then ramble on.

Nolan's Song of the Week is "Sometimes You're the Hammer, Sometimes You're the Nail" by A Day to Remember from their Common Courtesy album.

This week's closing song is "Those Who Sow in Tears Shall Reap in Joy" by The Puritan from their self-titled EP.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we cover the 2 episodes of Supernatural, day dreams, the Ricky Gervais show and other assorted ramblings.

Dan's Song of the Week is the theme song from Magnum P.I.

This week's closing song is "The Brazillian" by Genesis from their Invisible Touch.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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This week we cover the 2 episodes of Supernatural, Magnum P.I., Xmas, Dan's vacation and a few other things.

Nolan's Song of the Week is "Wild World" by Cat Stevens from his Tea for the Tillerman album.

This week's closing song is "Rev 22:20 (Dry Martini Mix)" by Puscifer from their V is for Vagina album.

Remember, if it's not rotting something, it's not Soda Pop Talk!

Nolan and Dan

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Hoax Hunters #13

The end of the beginning. With the season one finale of Hoax Hunters we begin to see the beginning of a new team as one of the core members takes off.

As has been the case with each successive issue the writing keeps getting better and better. i can't think of a more engaging writing team than Michael Moreci and Steve Seeley. The story flows well and the pace is perfect as we reach the finish line for the end of the first season. And the cliffhanger...what a kick in the teeth for one of our heroes. (Though are they all really heroes?)

The story begins with Jack injured and pursuing prey. After the title page it leads into a showdown with Regan and a demon. I have said it before and i'll say it again, my favorite character of the series is Regan and could read a whole series based on her character. Alas, this story continues to follow Jack in his pursuit and the rest of the team chasing him down. Again, i can't applaud Mr. Moreci and Mr. Seeley enough on their writing chops. i don't know what i'm going to do while waiting for the second season to start. (Well i do know - i'll be reading Michael Moreci's new series Curse from Boom! Studios!)

Also, with this issue a new artist, Christian DiBari, is brought on board. i was familiar with his work on Anathema and was interested in how his art style would fit in with the series. i really like his take on how you see Murder's skull face through the visor of his helmet and the the Jersey Devil looked appropriately grungy. One thing that really popped out at me though was the coloring of this issue. Mike Spicer knocked out of the park. i don't know what else he's worked on, but rest assures i'm going to be tracking his other work down.

This entire first season has been fantastic and i can't wait to see where the story goes from here and how the decisions made in this issue change the landscape of what is to come. i'm really looking forward as well to how Chris DiBari will continue to leave his mark on the art of this series as well.

If you haven't checked this series out yet it's not too late. Don't wait for the trades - go to your local comic shop and add it to your pull list.

On Twitter: Michael Moreci - @michaelmoreci Steve Seeley - @steveseeleyart Christian DiBari - @chrisdibari Mike Spicer - @spicercolor

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