Stop and Smell the Analog Podcast Ep 2: Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook’s Harrow County

Happy Halloween! In this episode we try to do justice to the greatness of Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook’s Harrow County comic book series. Then we dive into Gideon Falls, The Joker movie, Midsommar, Hereditary, The Dead Don’t Die, Signs, The Village, Unbreakable, Family Ties, The Bunngalow podcast, and Bob Ross! Enjoy the show!

Have you listened to Elizabeth & Joey?

The Elizabeth & Joey Show Episode 4: Vulnerability Plus Validation Equals Connection

In this insightful episode Elizabeth & Joey speak with Frank Griffits & Adam Brooks about the growing world of Teens and Social Media. We learn how to be more vulnerable and validate our children to create a connection that can last forever. The pair give us insight and tools to help our families long-term.

The Elizabeth & Joey Show Episode 3: Start Pinning It! Get Out & Do It!

In this episode of The Elizabeth & joey Show we speak with Jacquelyn Hartwig
She is a homemaker in all its glory, a business women in multiple categories. With a Bachelor of science in Applied biological sciences with a concentration in genetics and a minor in history,
She sheds some light on multiple topics namely
Women in the outdoors: how hunting and fishing are not men’s only and how to get started
The lost art of making your stuff: how weaving cloth, baking bread and canning jam cultivate gratitude and changes your outlook on consumerism
And lastly Living small to have it all: Kick The keeping up with the Joneses mentality to the curb by living dramatically under your means, in doing so this can give you some peace and freedom to create a passion for what you really want to do in life.

The Elizabeth & Joey Show Episode 2: Do You Even GISH?

In this episode of The Elizabeth & Joey Show They discover what GISH week is all about, they also discuss Zeke’s Bday, the Jurassic Park Velociraptor Encounter, Random Youtuber Pranks, Alan Dershowitz Tweets, Trumps tweet attack on Elijah Cummings , Forever 21 Fat Shaming, and last but not least another edition of Weird Headlines

The Elizabeth & Joey Show Episode 1: Reboot

Elizabeth & Joey are back and they come out the gate with a bang!! They open the show talking about Area 51, then they have a little fun taking about the kids. They dive deep into some tough topics like Detention Camps, Democratic nominees, Trump (The Troll), accusations of Rape aimed at Trump and to finish the episode with something a bit lighter they introduce a new segment called Weird Headlines. Sit back and fasten your seat belts this ones gonna be a fun ride!!

The Big Two

The Big Two Episode 6: Frolic With the Mermaids

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In this episode Joey and Chanel discuss Superman Year One Book 2, Absolute Carnage Vs Deadpool #1, Powers Of X (10)#3,Year Of The Villain Black Mask #1. What’s On Your Mind?They have a discussion about how overwhelming it can be with a plethora of Variants/Tie In’s to purchase on NCBD. Stay tuned to the very end for The Big Two special featured artist Dart Danger.

Intro (0:00)
Superman Year One Book 2 (4:53)
Absolute Carnage VS Deadpool #1 (20:14)
What’s On Your Mind?
Overwhelming Variants/Tie In’s (34:52)
Powers Of X (10) (44:09)
YOTV Black Mask #1 (1:01:05)
Closing (1:12:49)
Dart Danger “Survivor”(1:16:55)

Twitter: @TheBigTwoPod
Instagram: thebigtwopodcast

Intro theme Provided by Gerry Green
Outro Provided by Fortress Of Graves

The Big Two features various artists
whom are sole owners of their respective licenses.

Stay Tuned to the very End
This episode special featured Artist is
Dart Danger “Survivor” from the album
Dark Passenger

The Big Two Episode 5: As Popular As Darkseid

In this episode Joey introduces his new permanent Co-Host Chanel Ward a newbie to the Comic Book Geek Culture. Joey welcomes her to the show by discussing Powers Of X(10), Batman: The Last Knight On Earth, Silver Surfer Prodigal Sun #1, Lois Lane #1. They Discuss what they bought in the shop this week in The Comic Shop Adventures Segment. Joey asks what is Chanel’s most sought after book in The What’s On Your Mind Segment. So stick around while i spell check the show notes !!

Intro (0:00)

Powers Of X(10) (3:56)

Batman: The Last Knight On Earth (20:35)

Comic Shop Adventures (33:37)

Silver Surfer Prodigal Sun #1 (48:15)

Lois Lane #1 (55:51)

What’s On Your Mind (1:04:56)

Closing (1:11:29)

Twitter: @TheBigTwoPod

Instagram: thebigtwopodcast

Facebook: @TheBigTwoPodcast

The Big Two Episode 4: Albert Morales Special Edition

In this Special Edition Episode Joey speaks with Albert Morales Creator of Samurai Senorita, Super Impacto, Artist for Marvel/Upperdeck Trading cards and so much more. They talk a bit about Albert’s work with Marvel, Samurai Senortia, and his time in the squared circle. stay tuned for this slobber knocker of an episode!!

The Big Two Episode 3: Vampirella Launch Exclusive

In this episode Joey come to you live from Monster Comics Books for the Collectors Choice Comics Vampirella Variant Exclusive launch party. He speaks with Chanel Ward a new reader about Fantastic Four Prodigal Sun #1, He speaks brief on Lois Lane #1, Joey interviews Local cosplayer TinyKCosplay Krista McArthur , The Stuck Duck Micah Garcia, and freelance comic artist Chinh Potter live from monster comics! Later in the show Joey and Billy Dayden Local Youtube host of Economics In Comics Speak about MCU Phase 4,and a lil Far From Home. sit back and listen to this jammed packed episode of comic book goodies!!

The Big Two Episode 2: Collectors Choice Comics Special Edition

In this special edition episode Joey speaks with Kevin Gawthrope Co-Owner of Collectors Choice Comics. They discuss Vampirella #1 50th Anniversary Collectors Choice Comics Monte Michael Moore exclusive variant. Kevin’s humble beginnings collecting Star Wars, Kevin’s Holy Grail, and so much more!! make sure you stay til the end for a very special exclusive incentive!!

New Music Memory Podcast Episodes!

Music Memory Episode 2: When Words Fail Music Speaks

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Joey Invites Geoff McCain his Comic Shop buddy into the studio to talk about his Music Memories. They discuss what Geoff was doing during the debut of MTV. they discuss so many fond memories sparked by those pivotal tracks of the 80’s and 90’s.

Marvin Gaye Ain’t no Mountain (3:02)
MJ Thriller (7:11)
Dire Straights Money For nothin’ (11:57)
Buggles Video Killed The radio Star (18:29)
A-Ha Take On Me (25:27)
Dr. Dre Nuthin But a G Thang (35:49)
Snoop Dogg Gin And Juice (39:59)
Wu Tang C.R,E.A.M (47:55)
Nickelback Far Away (55:08)
Fitz And The Tantrums HandClap (1:09:14)

Music Memory Episode 1: Music Memory Lane

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In this debut episode of The Music Memory Podcast Joey takes a walk down Music Memory Lane and shares fond moments in his life where music sparked a fire. He shares Music Memories from his early childhood , his teenage years and into adulthood.

Music Featured in this ep
War “Lowrider” (5:27)
Alanis Morissete “Ironic” (10:42)
Wu-Tang GZA “Liquid Swords” (16:13)
Misfits “We Are 138” (22:00)
A.P.P.L.E “Plutocracy” (24:57)
Devotchkas “Annihilation” (29:56)
The Casualties “Punk Rock Love” (32:07)
Saosin “Seven Years” (36:48)
Poison The Well “Botchla” (43:14)
Coheed And Cambria “Everything Evil” (47:53)
Modest Mouse “Gravity Rides Everything” (54:46)
The Mars Volta “Inertiatic ESP” (1:00:45)
The Faint “Agenda Suicide” (1:06:36)
Depeche Mode “Enjoy The Silence (1:11:03)
Depeche Mode “Policy Of Truth” (1:16:31)

intro music provided by Fortress Of Graves

any and all music featured in this podcast are for your listening pleasure and belong to their respective copy-write owners. In no way does The Music Memory Podcast claim ownership

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 12: Patrick Rothfuss’ The Name of the Wind (2007)

This week Michael from Germany takes us into Patrick Rothfuss‘ 2007 fantasy novel The Name of the Wind. Told in Kvothe’s own voice, this is the tale of the magically gifted young man who grows to be the most notorious wizard his world has ever seen.The intimate narrative of his childhood in a troupe of traveling players, his years spent as a near-feral orphan in a crime-ridden city, his daringly brazen yet successful bid to enter a legendary school of magic, and his life as a fugitive after the murder of a king form a gripping coming-of-age story unrivaled in recent literature. A high-action story written with a poet’s hand, The Name of the Wind is a masterpiece that will transport readers into the body and mind of a wizard.

“As with all the very best books in our field, it’s not the fantasy trappings (wonderful as they are) that make this novel so good, but what the author has to say about true, common things, about ambition and failure, art, love, and loss.”-Tad Williams, New York Times best-selling author of MEMORY, SORROW AND THORN, and SHADOWMARCH

Feel free to contact the podcast at or reach out to us on twitter.  And if you would like to submit an episode on a book, author,  album, or even discuss and promote your own work and what inspires you, please, don’t hesitate to contact us and share your bibliophile (or audiophile) adventure!

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 11: Professor Elemental’s Steampunk Carousel

The Bibliophile Adventures Podcast is deeply honored to have Paul Alborough, the alter ego of Professor Elemental, join Michael from Germany for a wonderful discussion about steampunk, hip hop, comics, Brexit, creativity, art, and many more wonderful things.  Professor Elemental is the steam powered hip hop emcee starring on many albums and in comics, games, radio series and stories.  His new album,Professor Elemental and His Amazing Friends II, is out now.   In this jam packed collection of fabulous collaborations, you’ll head to the far flung future & steampunk speakeasys, visit weird freakshows and mysterious deserts. All with some of the finest names in independent music. Guest starring: Tom Caruana, Ella Jean, The Sweetchunks, Flevans, Lack of Afro, Megaran and so very many more. This is one party that you won’t regret in the morning!  Soon to be released is a brand new book of comedy horror stories, Professor Elemental’s Tales of Wrong.  Please visit Professor Elemental’s Patreonto lend your support and check out his website,  Feel free to contact the podcast at or reach out to us on twitter.  And if you would like to submit an episode on a book, author,  album, or even discuss and promote your own work and what inspires you, please, don’t hesitate to contact us and share your bibliophile (or audiophile) adventure!

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 10: Audiophile Edition: Professor Elemental And His Amazing Friends II (2019)

OUT NOW. Click on the cover by Ben MCaffrey to get the brand new album.
This episode we shift gears a little bit as Michael from Germany reviews the steampunk rap album Professor Elemental and His Amazing Friends II (2019).  Why?  Isn’t this a book podcast?  Because it involves storytelling and adventure and because it’s awesome!  And we’re rebels so just enjoy the show!  As Professor Elemental himself says, “Every Professor Elemental album is based around telling stories. Whether an epic  adventure or a whimsical diversion, they are at the heart of everything that Tom and I create.  

This then, is our anthology of short stories. A collection of mini adventures, taking on more musical styles than you would have thought possible.

Built over three years and featuring 26 friends every corner of independent music; you’ll hear Norwegian pop, Underground Hip Hop, Punky Folk, vintage Swing and everything in between.

Join me and my friends on adventures through mysterious deserts, overcrowded freak shows, secret speakeasys and sugar coated underwater odysseys. I promise you’ll find something to like and, if nothing else, it will make you smile.”

 Visit Professor Elemental’s site to check out and buy his music!  Also check out Cheap Ass Games!  Michael talks about them as well!

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 9:
H.P. Lovecraft’s Dream Cycle: The White Ship (1919)

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On this episode Martin from South Carolina (@geekvine on Twitter) takes us into the writings of H.P. Lovecraft, focusing on the short story The White Ship.  Read it here. Originally published in 1919, The White Ship is part of Lovecraft’s Dream Cycle stories.  If you enjoy this episode then you are in luck.  We will be having even more Lovecraft related episodes in the future.  Read the story for free here:  The White Ship.  Email comments and contributions to

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 8: Neil Stephenson’s Seveneves (2015)

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This week Michael from Texas takes a look at Neil Stephenson and his 2015 speculative fiction novel, Seveneves.  It’s a big book with big ideas and quite a few big twists along the way as well.  Apologies for the initial audio in the first ten minutes due to some technical blunders.  Thanks for listening and reach out with thoughts, comments, suggestions or contributions at

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 7: Dungeons And Dragons Fifth Edition Players Handbook Part 2 Character Creation

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Michael from Germany (@SostheRope) is back for another look at the Dungeons and Dragons Player’s Handbook Fifth Edition.  This episode he covers the first four chapters, after briefly detailing the movie Secrets of Blackmoor: The True History of Dungeons & Dragons and the importance of Dave Arneson to the game’s development.  Also- HG Wells was a gamer!

Dungeons & Dragons Beyond Character Builder

Plus a little bit about I’m OK, You’re OK, classic of popular psychology based on Eric Berne’s theory of Transactional Analysis that has helped millions of people who never before felt OK about themselves find the freedom to change, to liberate their ADULT effectiveness, and to achieve joyful intimacy with the people in their lives.

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 6: Dungeons And Dragons Fifth Edition Players Handbook

This week Michael from Germany (@SostheRope on Twitter) embarks on a multipart dungeon crawl through all aspects of Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition Players Handbook, beginning with the original Appendix N and the fifth edition’s Appendix E suggested inspirational reading list.  There will be much more on this in the future!  Plus, at the end Michael also adds some comments on Robert M. Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance!

Additional links:
Appendix N Reading List
Another amazing Appendix N Reading List
Appendix E Fifth Edition List

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 5: The Upanishads: A New Translation (2015)

The Upanishads: A New Translation by Vernon Katz and Thomas Egenes (Tarcher Cornerstone Editions) by [Katz, Vernon, Egenes, Thomas]

This week the Bibliophile Labyrinth Adventures Podcast is happy to welcome a new contributor, Martin (@geekvine on Twitter). Martin guides us into an ancient Hindu text that is part of the Vedic writings, the Upanishads (800-500 BCE) and references Vernon Katz and Thomas Egenes, The Upanishads: A New Translation, 2015. He shares their origin, their meaning, and their importance to him. Thanks for listening. Look for Bibliophile Labyrinth Adventures on Twitter! 

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 4: JRR Tolkien’s The Story of Kullervo (2015)

This episode covers JRR Tolkien‘s posthumous work, The Story of Kullervo, written when he was at Exeter College, Oxford, from 1914 to 1915 and published in 2015. Michael from Germany discusses it and its source material, the Finnish epic poem Kalevala, a work that influenced not only Tolkien but Longfellow’s Hiawatha, fantasy, Dungeons & Dragons and much more. One of the important themes of this episode is the importance of sharing stories and shared story telling. If you are interested in submitting an episode about a book, an author, or a genre that you love, please email Thanks for listening! Tell a friend! Share the show! 

Bibliophile Adventures Episode 3: Piers Anthony’s Sos the Rope Part Deux

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In episode three we are happy to introduce a new member to the show, Michael from Germany. Michael provides another perspective on Piers Anthony’s 1968 novel, Sos the Rope. He offers thoughtful, considerate, and insightful commentary on the book. Enjoy this wonderful episode and hopefully many more from him in the future. You can find Bibliophile Labyrinth Adventures on Twitter to comment and participate, or you can email us at Thanks for listening and if you enjoy what we are doing feel free to join in and tell your friends!