Didn't we just have an episode? Well we did and now we have another awesome show, this time packed with tons of content in a timely fashion! You see a well known webcomic called Brawl In The Family is coming to a momentous close on October 3rd, the same date Super Smash Bros. for 3DS releases. Joe (Ninsage) and Stephen (DrFinkelstein) are joined by the creator of this this comic, Matthew Taranto (TriforceBun). They dive into what the comic has meant over the years, why it's ending, and reminisce about lost ideas that never made it to the main strips.
It's not just the end of an incredible comic that he's here to discuss. He's currently got a Kickstarter which will chronicle the remaining 400+ comics in a move to establish an awesome trilogy of Nintendo comic greatness. Find out the details inside and definitely do yourself a favor by visiting that kickstarter at the link below. After that the guys talk about some other projects Matthew is involved with like Nefarious and Tadpole Treble. Nefarious only has a few days left for you to go support it, so get on it and help out the cause!
To round out the podcast the team discusses the newest 3DS announcement from Nintendo, the "new 3DS". They discuss the features and some of the controversy surrounding the upgrades and thus the possible segregation of the 3DS fan base.
Music in this episode is from the 3DS itself. Zero's theme music completes the show.
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I didn't think of that one but my brain was trying to mimic the comic's structure too. Last time we had Matthew on we called it, "Tadpole in the Family". I thought this time I'd change the end of it. All in all, it's an awesome show either way!
Whoa, yeah, that is a little ill-conceived. I could see it working out as a fun showdown if they had more of an incentive for people to pledge, but as it is, there's not really much of a reason for people to jump in at those tiers.