Movies, comics, games, and beer. Hosted by Cody Yeo, Kyle Hodge, and Greg Moser.
Two Versus Three - Episode 41: Twin Peaks vs TCAF
After an extended break the boys are back. This week they tell the tale of the Toronto Comic and Arts Festival. And the owls are not what they seem. Curious? Why not hear about the Twin Peaks revival.
Two Versus Three - Episode 40: VS vs Vs 4
May the force be with you! In this special, the boys go deep into a Galaxy far far away. With The Last Jedi coming out soon, the boys all tell their versions of what the movie will be. And of course it wouldn't be a VS without a street fight! Find out who would win in a greasy street fight between some of your favorite celebrities and heroes!
Two Versus Three - Episode 39: K'un Lun VS Hyrule
After a little break, the boys make up for it with a punched episode. Kyle and Cody lay down what all the hype is about on Horizon Zero Dawn. Kyle tells all about the new Zelda game. Cody and Greg are working on a pamphlet? And Greg explains his love of Iron Fist.
Two Versus Three - Episode 38: Royal City vs Zero Dawn
Video games and Jeff Lemire, what else is new. Cody talks about his Pilgrimage to Toronto, and Kyle is hooked on Horizon Zero Dawn. Meanwhile, the world is getting a makeover in Risk: Legacy.
Two Versus Three - Episode 37: Alan Moore vs John Wick
Chuthulu, so hot right now. This week the boys discuss HP Lovecraft and how his works ripple through time in authors such as Alan Moore. Do you like hard games? Kyle loves em, he explains his love of Dark Souls and other similar Games. And it turns out Greg isn't the only one who loves Keanu Reeves.
Two Versus Three - Episode 36: Hero vs Hatecrime
Star Wars and Comics! At least we keep it consistent. Who are some artist you would love to write comics? What are some of the worst comics book movies? Have you seen It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia? Crack a beer and come chill with us.
Nerd from the North.
Great show and it’s only getting better. These comedic Canadians discuss movies, Tv, comics and more. An entertaining group that I could see myself hanging out with.