Episode 20: Morality Is Our Weakness

, with special guest:

Xanadu Sq LogoThis week, DC Comics artist Christopher “Danger” Jones, Esq. returns to discuss “family friendly” movies, and all the problems audiences seem to have with them. And if you thought talking about family fare would prevent us from drinking, well, pop open that bottle of Castello Banfi Centine Toscana and drink along with us!

Show notes behind the cut!

Movies mentioned:
Star Wars
The Hunger Games
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Superman: The Movie
Swiss Family Robinson
Sleeping Beauty
Avatar: The Last Airbender
The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Watcher in the Woods
The Harry Potter series
Guardians of the Galaxy
The Incredibles
Finding Nemo
Dialing for Dollars movies

TV shows mentioned:
Young Justice
Rocky & Bullwinkle
Phineas & Ferb
Batman: The Animated Series
Dungeons & Dragons
Johnny Quest
Tiny Toons

People mentioned:
Chris Hemsworth
Alan Moore
Claude Raines
Neil Gaiman
Jean MacCurdy
Morgan Freeman
Frederick Wertham
Terry Gilliam
Stanley Tucci
David Tennant
Catherine Tate

Comics mentioned:
Parallel Man
Young Justice
The Batman Strikes
Kingdom Come
Dark Knight Returns
Miracle Man / Marvel Man
Tom Strong
Justice League
The Punisher
The Walking Dead

Books mentioned:
The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins
The Dark Is Rising by Susan Cooper
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman


    • Captain_Heck (@Captain_Heck) on June 27, 2014 at 3:42 PM
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    I agree 100% with what you said here. What you said about how dreamy tall men are, yes you are 100% correct.

  1. Sorry for the confusion, Dialing for Dollars isn’t a movie or a series. It was a franchised format show – pre-rolled games & quizzes presented by local hosts during commercial breaks in whatever film they were showing that day. It was on after I got home from school, so I got to see stuff like Truffaut’s Fahrenheit 451, Karloff in Die Monster Die, and Michael Caine in Billion Dollar Brain. All without any critique or context, so they all went into my brain’s movie library as equals. (Dialing for Dollars Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dialing_for_Dollars )

    1. Darn! I had been envisioning a crime film set in 1970’s Detroit, involving perhaps Joe Don Baker and a briefcase full of money.

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