Sunday, October 8, 2017

The JimFear138 Podcast Ep.69 - Cuphead, Useless Politicians, & SFF Conspiracies

Hello everyone, and welcome to another episode of the podcast! This time I go on for an obscene amount of time about game journalists and Cuphead (which is a really good game you should go buy, link below), talk a bit about how the right wing can reframe their narrative to appear more compassionate, and share an article by Benjamin Cheah (Castalia author & guy currently trying to make short fiction great again) about the whisper campaign trying to destroy the career of your friend and mine, Jon Del Arroz. Hope y'all enjoy!

War Demons Review:

War Demons on Amazon:

Appabend PEAC SUCC:

Polygon When Is Exclusion A Valid Design Choice:

Polygon Cuphead Review:

The Whisper Campaign Against Jon Del Arroz by Ben Cheah:

Ben Cheah on Steemit:

Cuphead on GOG:

Primordia on GOG:

Jon Del Arroz Books:

Star Realms Rescue Run:

For Steam And Country:

The Gravity of the Game:

Social Media Dump:













Opening Music:
Honey Bee by Kevin Macleod:
Honey Bee Kevin MacLeod (
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

1 comment :

  1. If you've only read Storm Front from Jim Butcher, you really need to read the rest of the series. Understand, Storm Front is literally a student project Jim had during his college days, and the series got better from there on out. It's by the third book Grave Peril that the series really got its footing, IMHO.

    For other urban fantasy, Larry Correia have 2 completely series. There's his first series, Monster Hunter International which is about bounty hunters hunting monsters with lots of guns. The other series is the Grimnoir Chronicles, think X-Men superpower taking place in an alterantive 1932 where the superpower have been around since 1850 and how the world turns out. World War I was infinitely worse than our version.