We continue to bust bossman Keith’s chops for having amazing guests and interviews while he says stuff like he has no clout and Brandon shows off his colorful accent wall.Continue reading “FDI Cast 113: The Accent Wall”
This week on Shelf Conscious, Keith welcomes action figure photographer and collector, Greg from the Instagram account Deeez Action Figures!Continue reading “‘The Real Black Series’ with Deeez Action Figures”
We dive into what Disney villain we actually want to see a movie about.
The one and only Keith Chow stops by to talk toys and make sure we’re behaving.
We pay tribute to the boss man, The Real Chow.
Brandon has the best post second dose story ever.
Brandon gets shit done, Jamie gushes over Master Z, and the crew figures out what their Fast and Furious Family cars would be.
Psst. Psst. Hoy! New episode of the ShoPowSho!
Episode 030: We welcome Photographer/Actor, Rollence Patugan! Whether in front of the camera or behind it, Rollence Patugan is a star! Join us a we learn how this actor turned photographer uses his art to reflect the ethnic diversity that has always been a part of his experience and uses his voice through his art to allow people to be “seen”!Continue reading “ShoPowSho Episode 030: Photographer/Actor, Rollence Patugan!”
We turn our critical eye to the most important cinematic achievement of this century, Godzilla vs Kong.
Despite our best interests, we caved and watched the Snyder Cut of the Justice League movie. All four damn hours of it. Here’s our review.
Brandon popped the question! Here’s how it went down.
We talk about Gina because we were big supporters of her initial inclusion in The Mandalorian cast and now we definitely are not. How do we fandom when some of your faves suck?
We discovered the secret to how Leica stays in business even with the interchangeble lens camera market crashing down around us.
A little over two weeks ago, I had the honor of leading a comics workshop with my SIUniverse partner Jerry Ma at the world renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Part of their annual Lunar New Year festival, Jerry and I helped small children and their families use inspiration from the museum’s rooms of Asian art to create their own superhero characters.