Sunday, September 14, 2008

Episode 97 - "Mmmm...the WOUND is still FRESH!"

PCX reviews Lady Death Vs. Purgatori


Anonymous PCXStarhawk said...

If THAT's the episode photo, this podcast must feature Starhawk!

And while I am at it, let us all just assume that just off panel, the Tri-Cock approaches as an ass is raised in supplicatory invitation for anal violation...

September 14, 2008 10:51 PM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...


Who woke up Starhawk?

Strawberry Titty Mikshakes forever!
Is that a Beatles song?

VERY Funny stuff.

That ep was simply replete with Podonic inspired goodness.

If Starhwak starts likin' the undead/albino ish big-titted white women, then I'm just gonna have to date a tall she hulkie shaped nubian lady.

That'll show him.

On second though no. Something would smell fishy with that arrangement.

BEST Break song ever. Can you make ANYTHING a Torch song? The next Star Trek a.k.a. "Lil' Kids in space" movie is gonna NEED a Torch song, for sure.

All in all - Not bad for a show without me in it.

As far as Lady Death-

That comic sucked except for the art- WOW- all those little lines - I Love that shit!- It was KEWL-LOL!

PS - Accents offend Mister Khan.

pps- Trenchcoat's impression of haggas eatin' Canadian really friggin' hurt my head...


Why is the funniest thing with you two always when you are NOT reviewing the comic?

Monkeypants' opininated opionions aside. Who made you the Superhero Movie God, anyway?

The CORRECT and Sane viewpoint is

Batman 8.5-9
Iron Man 7-8
Hulk 5- 6 - the beginning sequence was great and I HAVE to see/find the massive number of cut scenes which are supposed to help the film be more coherent.

Ed Norton was the perfect movie Bruce Banner

Story is paramount, sure- but you have to properly immerse yourself in the execution of the story/screenplay - Hear the actors' subtle inflections- catch the slight tics/mannerisms-

Hertofore, I have tolerated these fallacious movie reviews based on CAMS and Here-say from Movie Poop

Going forward- You are, hearby, NOT permitted to rule on a SUPERHERO (Big ACTION) Flick without seeing it on the Big Action! screen

I'm surprised Starhawk didn't catch the fact that it was BATMAN, (the only Superhero movie you've seen on the big screen this season), that garnered your highest rating.

Oh, keep downloading the Good ones, Trenchcoat- all you'll get from Hollywood going forward is more el-Cheapo Punisher (or worse- Moon Night!) - and no one wants that.

September 15, 2008 9:32 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

That you called my accurate rankings "opinionated" and your, ahem, identical rankings "correct" hurts my head.

September 16, 2008 10:20 AM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...

T.M. -

Our movie review numbers are the same?


That's what so kewl about it.

Except I think you really hated Hulk and you gave it, like, a 2 or some shit.

A 2!

What the fuck is that?

All hail Ed Norton- the man who is so perfect for Bruce Banner that they obviously will never use him again.

Who cares if he was difficult on and off the set? The man (almost) delivered on a movie that made no sense.

I will say again that I want those deleted scenes in the Arctic (AND on Blue Ray, if you please)!

Shameless plug alert :

Hungry for more Wrath and thinly veiled Comic Book Haters/Southern Racist bashing?


I mean I had to come back- CBH is supposedly planning a radio drama!

Didn't PCX do that like 91/92 Episodes ago?

And Failed Pilots? The whole "Khan show" joke is that it's a shitty Rupert Pupkin* - style failed pilot!-

And there sure is plenty of that same hackneyed "Failed Pilot" humor on my old blog as well.

Much like the GOP - The CBH super-happy drunken THC action squad clearly is bored- and seemingly out of ideas

I do remember when they were very good.

I was there!

It was less about the gimmicks and more about the funny banter-and the audio itself. And maybe a little discussion about the comic!

A boon to the Haters:

I still think DJ Sloofus is the second most knowledgeable comics/audio producer among the (now plethora) of Howard Stern-Style Comics podcasts. He was not the first of that sub-sub Stern-ish genre, but clearly mixing micro brews with micro/narrow/comix 'casting was his original concept.

What happened?

At Least the Art work is still funny.


I'll be keeping a regularly updated "War Journal"
until the Election November 4th

Open letter/pledge to T. Mafa and his many loyal fans

(btw- kudos deservedly go to T. Mafia for keeping his fan base as the comics review podcast market exploded!)

PCX fans:

As bad as the GOP has morally and fiscally bankrupted this country (not to mention its reputation around the world)... if the DEMS lose- I will spend my now considerable (and litigation proof)** trust fund wealth on switching to and heavily supporting the Green Party. (hopefully sans Ralph Nader)

Meanwhile- as I wait for the County sheriff to come arrest me down here (given my Democratic voter registration info)-

Sheriff! Can you believe it? We have a Goddamned Sheriff! What is this- Hazzard County?

And, even though his blog's "visually punchy" style makes me want to reach for the Excedrin-

I'll also be catching up on my Thoomcasts. Featuring T. Mafia.

*Rupert Pupkin: From Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy"

**Why in the world would I emphasize litigation proof inheritance/trust fund? I mean, it's not as if the Frank Castle archetype has a long memory or anything.

September 16, 2008 12:22 PM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

Is this suppose to be "saving the world" Lady Death?

Not a complete waste of time, at least I finally bothered to listen to that song.

Hey, porn has artistic value.

September 16, 2008 11:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was shaking my head at so many things in this podcast that my neck hurts.

You could have just done the South Park Canadian accent, TC!
I didn't even know Todd McFarlane was Canadian, see the accent sounds American to the rest of the world.

Oh shit, more race speech! There wasn't any racism in Dark Knight, it was a realistic assortment of people.

What the Hell was that break song? It was hilarious!

The dialogue in that comic was terrible, like a 12 year old trying to use Shakespeare-ian language.

I liked the HEATH Ledger part at the end though.


September 17, 2008 12:27 AM  
Blogger Thoom said...

That break song was Alanis Morrissette singing Black Eye Peas'
"My Humps"

The THOOM site is "visually punchy? I modeled it after the PCX site...A title, a pic and a line or two describing the show's content.

September 17, 2008 1:44 AM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...


Tim, I simply fear Captain Marvel- that's all there is to it.

Oh, and Tim- I just listened to your 'cast.

Shirley Jones. In a heartbeat.

Florence Henderson can watch though - I mean what else is she gonna do- wasn't Mike Brady gay?

September 17, 2008 3:58 AM  
Anonymous PCXStarhawk said...

OK - we ALL agree. That was the BEST breaksong EVER!

The Dark Knight being bereft of the standard Hollywood anti-AM undertones? - Courtney (sweetie), perhaps your gender confusion is leaking over to racial inequality confusion? :-P

(FYI: just for the record, Starhawk likes Courtney - even if he/she IS confused.)

Oh, and one clarification: Starhawk may appear to be in full "talk-all-over-the-host" mode. This is actually because we had about 5 comics to review, and Trenchcoat was in "claiming" we couldn't possibly get through in time. So, this was "forced in" as quickly as possible to make the pre-centenials.

Meanwhile, Starhawk would like to approve of (BOON) the podcasts between 87 and 97. Collectively, that was a very high quality lot of reviews. (Sans that TCM solo piece, with Boon-Ups for "Fuck the Bithes 1-3).

Trekkie? We have GOTTA put a character limit on your input box.

-- Starhawk

September 17, 2008 8:35 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...


Oh, so TWJ's a "limited series" now? Even Countdown kept pace for fifty-two weeks!


That was your best cartoon porn link yet. Of course, who doesn't lust after TV's "underage goth" version of Raven?


What can I say? Even daring to invoke the name of Todd "I stole Miracleman fair and square!" McFarlane leads to horrible things, apparently.


It's true. Trekkie was anally raped by Uncle Marvel and Hoppy the Marvel Bunny as a small child, and ever since then he's lived in terror that The Big Red Cheese is gonna hunt him down and finish the job - hence, his terror at the sight of anything red and gold.


Oh no, you don't! If anyone was talking over the other host (like that's not my trademark move), it was me...not because of the other comics (of which we at least got to, um, one; so at least, yes, there's more PODONic madness to eventually come, folks!)...but because I wanted the horror of reviewing that garbage to be over! Also, look forward to my recording more solo shows in the future now ('cause I'm just that petty - "sans that TCM solo piece", indeed!)

September 17, 2008 10:48 AM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...


Yeah I still have nightmares of that experience-

You can read all about in my Book-

"Trekkie's No No place- a cautionary tale for latch-key children"

George Takei wrote the forward

I remember now- it was always after one of his drunken binges- his red and gold costume soiled with blood, semen, summer sausage, and pickle juice-

He would surreptitiously make his way into ny room- remove my Lil' Kirk Starfleet pajama bottoms -start licking my Mr. Spock ears-


- every time little Billie's "Batson" would make its way into my rear shuttle bay

- that sunofabith would yell SHAZAM!

and BOOM! Anal rape by proxy.

You think that Shazam shit hurt Supes in Kingdom come? I still can't sit, drive a car or play Foosball.

And yes, Thoom- I STILL fear Red and Gold. Every time I visit your site, like some vestigal rape mnenmonic- My Bidirectional Associative Memory makes me smell-
pickle juice.


There are those whose craft is the written form, those that are, well more, well, "aurally rich" ...

yes, TM, I wrote AUral.

- It's all in the communications interface of the beholder- But- as "Verbally -Bose" as the 'Hawk was in this ep _ I wouldn't change a thing- Gents, this was one of the better SH/TM episodes. Maybe the time pressure was good fer ya.

Courtney- Where is the flag of PCX nation- and why are we not all using it on our respective Blogs?

Not that TM would use it himself.

If this PCX blog were any more visually spartan it would be in Braille.

September 17, 2008 12:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh drop it already, Starhawk. Just because you fear the almighty uterus doesn't mean you have to pretend I'm a man.

Trenchcoat, give me his Skype name so I can go verbally abuse him.

Trekkie, that icon is strangely not far from my mental image of you.
Here's the logo:
That green is so in this season.
You'll see it in some of my up coming episodes. But I do wonder why TC hasn't used it everywhere else.
We have to give ourselves an image for people to recognise and associate with us!

Doctor Doom...I mean, Courtney

September 18, 2008 10:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh and also! (Why do I start sentences like that?)

I was bored at school today and I decided to write Podcast X-The Road Trip.
It features every host that's ever been on the show. Except MC Strawberry, because everytime I ask what happened to her everyone quickly changes the subject.

Anyway, the story goes I've just gotten my license and I've invited you all to come on a road trip across Australia (keeping in mind that most of the center of the country is a completely uninhabitable desert).
I have no idea what we would review, I think with six hosts there would be so much tangenting that through parts 1-3 we'd still be on the second page.

Drop bears and Kongaroos make an appearance of course, maybe even the Easter Bilby and Tank Girl.

The twist ending is that we visit Wolf Creek and it turns out Khan is a serial killer, who once used the alias Mick Taylor.
But before he can try anything on us I shoot him dead. And then shoot him twice more because I really hate him so.

Maybe we could do something with that idea one day.


September 18, 2008 10:18 AM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...


I Like the flag- if it's ok with you I'll alter it slightly for the phrase PCX nation- let me know before I post that, ok?

Yes the blogger icon is me (mostly)- Sadly, the day that caricature was made I was missing my headgear so it's not completely accurate.

TM or StarHawk will tell you, of the three of us "Cast-a-teers" I am the mad scientist/ugly duckling.

But I try not to dwell on it. Plastic surgery is cheap in the states.

Khan hates you too- Why does he have to lay in the trunk whilst crossing the hot desert- especially if everyone else gets a seat? No wonder he's angry.

Truth be told, Khan's days as serial Killer ended abruptly when he was found by the Motel staff using a Didgeridoo as a sexual aid AND flotation device.

Actually you're missing out- Khan is a very giving man... (and very gentle) Maybe on this "car walkabout" of yours-you could just strand him on top of Ayers Rock?

We'll need him for future shows.

PS- Go Holden. That has nothing to do with anything except finally we get your cool Commodore cars here pretending to be Pontiac G8's and everyone seems to love 'em.

Slowly the Aussie invasion begins.

However-please keep your drop bears to yourself


Next thing you know we'll be importing PodCasters


September 18, 2008 4:25 PM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

Courtney, Starhawk refuses to even download Skype for some reason, which is why all his shows have been recorded here at the Murder Shack (not counting the Supergirl debacle at the Hall of Shame.) I encourage you and everyone else here to join me in badgering him until he caves in and gets it.

My ultimate plan for those logos of yours is still to use them on PCX merchandise (t-shirts, mousepads, etc.) that no one will actually buy, but hey. On a related note, your Reed-bitch-slapping-Sue "PCX flag" seems to have vanished off that image posting site. I dunno, maybe it offended somebody. Although really, how could anything associated with this show ever do that?!

September 18, 2008 7:58 PM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...

Debacle? You bet!

But it sounded good anyhow. Ya pay 100 smackers for a mic it better sound good.

I think the rule of thumb should be- skype as a great backup should an on site not be possible. (distance/time constraints)

There. I have spoken.

Besides Khan and I fear the murder shack- so yeah, I'm skypin'

September 19, 2008 12:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ayers rock is kind of out of the way. But good on you for knowing what it is. Trenchcoat had never heard of it before I mentioned it.
The road trip sounds like a better idea the more I think about it.

So my picture is the logo and the flag is Reed slapping Susan, right? Otherwise it gets confusing.

And Australia does seem to be taking over the world...Slowly.
Other countries actually know who we are!
When it comes to cars, I'm not a fan of Holden. They're ugly and so...Domestic.


September 19, 2008 1:10 AM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...

Yeah I have a million pictures around of your country /continent- apparently my family took several trips there. I would not have known about Ayers otherwise(looks like a big red mound/subsurface monster to me)

I even think there is a didgeridoo around here somewhere. Some of the stuff you have goin on down there makes no sense.

(And, ironically) to Us, the Holden is Foreign/Import

I have no preference for which image you pick- just if there is a PCX nation anyone with a related blog should fly the flag.

September 19, 2008 2:23 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

So Australia gets to have Ayers Rock, which is, y'know, an actual thing; whereas all we have here is the Grand Canyon, which is, um, a big hole in the ground.

September 19, 2008 8:31 PM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

Only cause the thieving australians stole the Grand Plains and used it to make Ayers Rock.

September 20, 2008 4:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well one is an impressive gaping hole leading straight to Hell and the other is a dormant Lovecraftian monster, so they're both cool in their own way.

Oh and my brother (a Khan fan) suggests and alternate ending to the roadtrip where Khan steals our van and we're all left stranded in the desert screaming "KKKHHHHAAAAAAANNNNNN!"


September 20, 2008 5:56 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

Good point, XF. I keep forgetting that ultimately, Australia's just a glorified penal colony.

And Courtney, you do know you guys are just encouraging Trekkie to keep bringing Khan back, right?!

September 20, 2008 8:55 AM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...


Someone likes Khan? Even I don't like Khan.

Please tell me your brother is, like, older than 10...

Khan keeps bugging me to do a PodCast with him -

He wants me to get out in the open the many times Captain Marvel "Shazammed" me up the Shuttle Bay. (and maybe get on Oprah)

I think he wants me to sue a Comic Book Character.

I told him that was just crazy talk- and besides - there's no money in it - it's not like Captain Marvel was a priest or anything.

Thinking back.... It's possible that young Trekkie's repressed nightmare memories of "Probing hot Red Summer Sausage Thunderbolts" [sic]* May have been what caused Khan's appearance in the first place.

It's so clear now...

Mister Khan must have kept the pain away by regaling lil' Trekkie with Tales of escaping the killing fields of Laos- the hard way

For T Mafia

*There is NO such thing as a thunder-bolt.

ps- Courtney- please tell me that Oprah has not yet infected your country.

September 21, 2008 7:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One of my brothers is ten actually, but the one in question is 14.

You and Khan doing a podcast together? I should do a show with one of my imaginary friends/voices in my head.

And Oprah has been on Australian television almost as long as she's been on in America.
We have pretty much everything you guys have, other than Venture Brothers (have to wait for the DVDs) and Starbucks.


September 22, 2008 3:30 AM  
Blogger MCTREKKIE said...

14. I guess that makes me feel better?

Oh- I have a place holder "Reed bitch-slap" on my blog until you do yours.

"Blueprint for Success" is an inside joke with one of the CBH crowd. I may lose that.

I hate animated gifs generally (and I had to "fool" blogger into even allowing it up there-)

So that's pretty much temporary until YOUR/logo flag is flying over my blog, yours and Thooms.

It's ironic that Supreme Potentate/ Emperor TM won't EVER fly his own flag and would much rather keep using that damned comic book toaster picture (which I made in like 3 seconds.)

No Starbucks- Good on you and your country- that's the LAST thing you people need.

Sorry about Oprah. She's like Cancer.

Venture Brothers-

Maybe StarHawk and I can set up an IP Slingbox for you so you can get all this cool American TV.

Actually forget that. The only things I would suggest are Venture Brothers, Harvey Birdman and Robot Chicken and each is available on torrent sites-

But Scan them for viruses!

Now back to my Mighty Boosh!

September 22, 2008 11:51 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...


If not for me, you wouldn't have even heard of The Mighty Boosh! Of course, neither would I if not for Courtney, but that's not the point.

Oh, by the way:

Main Entry: thun·der·bolt
Pronunciation: \-ˌbōlt\
Function: noun
Date: 15th century
1 a: a single discharge of lightning with the accompanying thunder b: an imaginary elongated mass cast as a missile to earth in the lightning flash
2 a: a person or thing that resembles lightning in suddenness, effectiveness, or destructive power b: a vehement threat or censure

September 23, 2008 2:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do my what? Why is my logo not on your site?!

Mighty Boosh is awesome, it was on last night actually.
It's basically the kind of crazy stuff that goes on in my head projected onto the TV for all to see.
Also, I wish I had Vince's wardrobe, although mine isn't too dissimilar.
Today, for instance, I dressed like the Spirit to school. Black fedora, with a black domino mask and black jeans.
White denim jacket with silver Everlast shoes.
Needless to say I got alot of looks. I'm setting the trends!

Our [adult swim] has Robot Chicken and Harvey Birdman, which is on tonight actually. Love those shows.


September 23, 2008 4:54 AM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

Mighty Boosh is weird, seems like The Monkees without the annoying laugh track, but just as british. Now I know what Michael Jackson is doing. "Just punch the big mouse."

You've had Oprah in Australia since the bad old days of midgets, gay and married and other Springerish topics?

September 23, 2008 8:55 AM  
Blogger T Mafia said...

Courtney, you do know that one day your fellow Perth-ians are gonna band together and drive you outta town with pitchforks and torches, right?

Xantes, You nailed it! Boosh = The Monkees 2.0! Works for me. The Monkees were always more entertaining than that "other" UK quartet.

September 24, 2008 6:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I need to watch the Monkees, never play it on TV here.
It was my mum's favourite show when she was around my age.


September 25, 2008 9:18 AM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

Besides the song and theme clips I found their movie. It's a bit more "serious" or "real-life" tone than the tv show was. Couldn't find any tv episodes yet.

September 25, 2008 2:41 PM  
Blogger XantesFire said...

PCX: The Classics Tour.

<1st appearance of Centennial Tri-Cock.>

Why would evil slut bitches in charge of their own realms bother wearing bras that cut into their tits?

Was this the shortest StarHawk episode?

Lady Death Vs Purgatori

Damn, links keep disappearing, here's part of the Monkees' movie, Head. And here's part of one of the TV show, guest starring Julie Newmar.

July 31, 2011 10:03 PM  

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