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Where comic books and politics meet

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    • 4.7, 7 Ratings

Where comic books and politics meet

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Marked Twain ,

Fun conversations

This has started to become one of my favorite podcasts, combining policy talk and nerdy comic book talk. Guests like Spencer Ackerman and Steven Attewell always make it worth while. only complaint: audio quality can be off and sometimes drops in and out a little, maybe because they’re using skype or google. Also when statements end sometimes there’s a few seconds of silence before they realize a point is over and someone talks again…maybe edit those empty spaces out a bit more if they can? Otherwise keep up the great work!

Milesisonline ,

Review for the Venture Brothers Episodes

This review is for the episodes of this podcast on the Venture Brothers only. They are the only episodes I've listened too thus far.

That being said I've rated this podcast 5 stars. Honestly it is not a 5 star podcast, yet. It does not deserve a 5 star rating but I want to be supportive because with a little bit of quality control it could easily be a 5 star podcast.

Ok so I actually really dig the content of this podcast.
I enjoy how they break down the references for me as well as the speculation on future plot and character development. Both host's have their expertise and mesh well together. I often find myself agreeing with them on a variety of topics.

The audio quality is horrific though.
Sometimes it literally sounds like they are recording while showering.
Also the male host breathes heavily into his mic often.

What they should really do is have each host running an audio recording program like audacity in the background that is set up to ONLY record their own personal mic. This will make editing so much easier. Instead of hearing the terrible sounds of the Skype or Google call you will be able to hear both host's loud and clear. With a little bit of further editing you won't hear them speak over one another either.
Also the opening theme song is always 200% louder then the rest of the podcast.

With a little bit of quality control this podcast could easily be stellar!

Shermski ,

Great analysis, witty banter

Fantastic podcast! Good pace, and the hosts are fun to listen to. The only think that could make it any better is improved audio quality.

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