All Points Bulletin: Kaiju Attack Crystal Cove

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narutaki_icon_4040 Kate’s picks:

hisui_icon_4040 Alain’s picks:

  • Have you Seen Pacific Rim yet?
    • Lesson 0: If your problem is that you don’t know enough about robot and monsters than here is where to get educated. All Geeks Considered looks at Shin Getter Robo vs. Neo Getter Robo and Godzilla vs. Monster Zero to talk about the classics of robots fighting giant robots.
    • Lesson 1: If your still on the fence about seeing it in theaters than here is the highly enthusiastic endorsement.
  • The Answers to Life, The Universe, and Everything 
    Just after I posted a link to All Geeks Considered doing a podcast about a the original Cosmos series then this comes out of SDCC. We have Neil deGrasse Tyson’s attempt to update the classic ambitious look at science. Not just say astrophysics. All of it. But if anyone could do it in Carl Sagan’s place it would be Neil deGrasse Tyson.
  • Come on now, sugar, Bring it on, bring it on
    The first Veronica Mars movie trailer. Narutaki and I are excited.
  • Your Imperfect Brain
    As much as we as humans are obsessed with finding ideal patterns we actually make lots of irrational decisions. This episode of the Atlanta Game Development Podcast looks at that from a game development stance.
  • Citizen Otaku
    Mike Rugnetta looks at Animal Crossing and Otaku. So a little something for everyone.
  • Today’s My Birthday
    Just thought I would mention that.


narutaki_icon_4040 Since Scooby was clearly the most important announcement from Comic-Con.

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