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Everything '80s

Jamie Logie / Curiouscast

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Everything 80s is your one-stop shop to look back on the movies, video games, TV shows, cartoons, toys, fashion, music, and everything you loved about a decade like no other. Join host Jamie Logie as he takes you on a dizzying journey through topics like Transformers the birth of Apple Computers and the format war of VHS vs BETA! Great Scott! Jump into your Delorean as we travel back in time to the 1980s!
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Austin, Cory, Kyle and Todd are Bastards who Quest. Listen weekly as they play awesome Tabletop Roleplaying Games for fun and basically no profit. Because the real treasure is friendship. Or whatever. BastardQuest is a weekly actual play TTRPG podcast featuring a very experienced GM and 3 of his very inexperienced friends.
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The Sidebar Cantina is the culmination of the All Things Star Wars Podcast and From a Gen-X Point of view. Dave and Mr. Roskam continue on by talking anything and everything: Star Wars, events and pop culture from the 80s and 90s to current events and entertainment. No topic is off limits.
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Gijo vijayan's podcast focus on creating awareness about environment also aim at creating leaders who can influence people in a positive manner. You can reach me by whatsapp @ +91 9798404042, email: gijokv2279@gmail.com
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When It Was Cool reviews, remembers, and celebrates the toys, music, action figures, television, movies, and popular culture of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Star Wars, G.I. Joe, Super Friends, Comic Books, Comics, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, My Little Pony, Alice in Wonderland, books, Six Million Dollar Man, Godzilla, video games, and all things retro.
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A comedy celebration of ‘80s and ‘90s cartoons. We started with the original G.I. joe and now we’re taking on everybody’s favorite animated shows from their childhood! With Ray Stakenas, Robert Clarke-Chan, and Gina Ippolito.
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Pegwarmers

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Pegwarmers is the codename for toys and collectibles with high supply and low demand. Join Kevin Jones, and his team of collector commandos, as they discuss popular and not-so-popular retro and current toy brands. Check back for new episodes each Wednesday.
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Cartoonist Kayfabe

Cartoonist Kayfabe

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Eisner-Award winning cartoonists Jim Rugg and Ed Piskor examine popular and influential comic books, stories, and artists from comics history - including manga, superheroes, comic strips, undergrounds, alternative, and graphic novels. They even look at 90s comics history through the pages of Wizard magazine! Read More Comics!
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Kevin is taking a look at several GI Joe Classified figures that have been sitting around for a while. Time to unbox some of the best figures from the line. - #137 Pegwarmers Pegwarmers is the codename for toys and collectibles with high supply and low demand. Join Kevin Jones, and his team of collector commandos, as they discuss popular and not-so…
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Hey Everybody! This week we got more Sigma Six! Next week we start a FIVE PART SERIES about toys in cartoons that Chan put together. Awards is a Sigma Six clips show that just repurposes animation from other episodes with different words over it. You'll remember DIC era GIJoe used this method on it's last 2 episodes when it ran out of money. But Si…
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Hey Everybody! This week we are moving on to PART TWO of our series of failed pilots based on toys. We've got The Crash Test Dummies, characters from seat belt safety ads that somehow became the biggest thing ever in the early 90's. This is some early 90's cgi animation so buckle in...it might just be a bumpy ride.... Enjoy! MERCH STORE - www.teepu…
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The father of Cold Slither, Michael Charles Hill, joins me this week for a wide ranging conversation about his journey through 80's animation and the incredible footprint that he left! From Cold Slither, to The Coil, to the Ghost of Starscream, Michael was the creator of many of your favorite things, and I'm so happy to have him on our show this we…
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As the NES and Sega Master System were dominating the 1980s video game market, something interesting was happening in Japan. Something ahead of its time. Something revolutionary... The dream of a 16-bit system felt like it was years and years away, but, in 1987--it happened. It took a few more years, but the system that began as the PC Engine in Ja…
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Welcome to Pegwarmers, in this episode Kevin talks about a recent Estate Sale he attended and takes a look at multiple Ultimates Thundercats from Super7. - #139 Pegwarmers Pegwarmers is the codename for toys and collectibles with high supply and low demand. Join Kevin Jones, and his team of collector commandos, as they discuss popular and not-so-po…
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So many GI Joe Classified Leaks and News! Kevin is digging into the the news, and also shows off a new MOTU Origins figure. - #138 Pegwarmers Pegwarmers is the codename for toys and collectibles with high supply and low demand. Join Kevin Jones, and his team of collector commandos, as they discuss popular and not-so-popular retro and current toy br…
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Hey Everybody! This week we immediately pivot from our 5 part series on failed pilots based on toys to do a Father's Day episode! Yes, we figured out calendars! It's Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and yes, there will be tangents!!! Enjoy! MERCH STORE - www.teepublic.com/stores/knowing-is-half-the-podcast Patreon - Patreon.com/KnowingIsHalfThePodcast Fac…
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This week, we're using a charcoal pencil to draw Cover Girl, and I think to much better effect! Thanks for watching me draw our favorite Wolverine driver! This is all taken from How To Draw G.I. Joe 2 from Blackthorne Publishing! Check out our You Tube channel here! And don't forget to give our sponsors a listen, The Movies and A Meal Podcast!…
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When it first aired in September 1986, no one was quite sure what to think of it--especially critics and parents. It was loud, bold, colorful, and crazy...and kids loved it. This is the story of one of the most remarkable kids' shows ever made. A show that provided an educational component, but they also promised you the nuttiest establishment you'…
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Hey Everybody! This week Robert Clarke-Chan is curating for us all a 5 part series about toy based cartoons that never really got their footing. We open the Pilot Special Series with Legend of the Hawaiian Slammers...a POGS BASED CARTOON!!! Enjoy! MERCH STORE - www.teepublic.com/stores/knowing-is-half-the-podcast Patreon - Patreon.com/KnowingIsHalf…
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Karl and Tonya visit the true crime genre this episode as we review the new documentary that attempts to answer more questions about the death of Caylee Anthony around July 2008. Her mother Casey was ultimately found not guilty of her child's death but was charged with lying to authorities. Few people, aside apparently from the jury, seem to believ…
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Shifting gears to draw our favorite Wolverine driver... Cover Girl! I have historically been TERRIBLE at drawing the female face, so this should be exciting! This is all taken from How To Draw G.I. Joe 2 from Blackthorne Publishing! The full video can be found on my YouTube page here! https://youtu.be/tLld90gIh2k And don't forget to give our sponso…
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As we enter the mid-80s, the Edmonton Oilers are on top of the hockey world. And on the best team was also the best player in the world: Wayne Gretzky. But while all this was going on, something remarkable had also been happening in the hockey world, and in the most unlikely place. You may not know the name Tony Hand, but in 1986, both he and the O…
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The eighth appearance of The Batman took place in the December 1939 issue of Detective Comics. Batman, does not appear on the cover, instead a man in a red mask and a fedora who doesn’t appear in any story in the comic book graces the cover. However, Batman’s picture and name now appears directly above the Detective Comics logo. This issue is one o…
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Kevin recently picked up bins that were at the old studio. Remnants of the first year of Pegwarmers. What's in the bin? #136 Pegwarmers Pegwarmers is the codename for toys and collectibles with high supply and low demand. Join Kevin Jones, and his team of collector commandos, as they discuss popular and not-so-popular retro and current toy brands. …
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We're going back to Major Bludd for a profile pic this week! This time, I did some of the preliminary work early, and that let me walk you through some of the underlying concepts! This is all taken from How To Draw G.I. Joe #1 from Blackthorne Publishing! View the full video version on our You Tube page here! https://youtu.be/tx11eb_EMgU And don't …
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They couldn't all be hits... During a decade that gave us so many beloved classics, there were other great movies that just flew under the radar. Whether it was too much competition, inadequate marketing, or bad timing, there are plenty of 1980s movies that could have been big hits, but just weren't. Today we look back at ten of those movies. Movie…
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Karl and Tonya from When It Was Cool take a look at the new documentary Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV a 2024 documentary that details the behind-the-scenes world of children's TV programs from the 1990s to the 2000s, focusing on Dan Schneider's tenure as a producer at Nickelodeon. The series was released on both Max and Discovery Plus. Thi…
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Hey Everybody! This week Gina is in Scotland but the show must go on and ooo boy did Chan get something out to torture us all with while Gina is away... Comedian Sam Weller joins us to talk about the 1970's Jerry Lewis cartoon that is small on plot but bigger on racist tropes! We thought we were watching an episode about space travel and instead go…
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The poet who doesn't know it is our feature this week as we draw a head shot of Major Bludd himself! This is all taken from How To Draw G.I. Joe #1 from Blackthorne Publishing! View the full video version on our You Tube page here! https://youtu.be/4erdZFjH5m0 And don't forget to give our sponsors a listen, The Movies and A Meal Podcast!…
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We're three years into a new decade and the 80s as we know it is starting to take shape. From the movies to TV shows, and music to video games, things are changing quickly--and pop culture would never be the same. Welcome to Rewind and an all-new version of my review of 1983. We look back on all the big pop culture moments along with sports and the…
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In this episode, Kevin tackles installing shelves to display Warhammer 40k boxes and miniatures. - #135 Pegwarmers Pegwarmers is the codename for toys and collectibles with high supply and low demand. Join Kevin Jones, and his team of collector commandos, as they discuss popular and not-so-popular retro and current toy brands. Check back for new ep…
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Hey Everybody! This week we FINALLY get back into some Sigma Six! Episode 21 marks the very last one shown on TV in the original run, as the show was cancelled before the final 5 eps ran! Was this episode a solid conclusion to the series for so many? Was it a good standalone ep, or even a decent part 2 of the current story? Will Chan try to avoid u…
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Join us as we discuss a new blockbuster movie based on a retro property- The Fall Guy! Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt star in a story about a stunt man who ends up caught up in a murder mystery in Australia. This movie is fantastic with tons of action and comedy. It doesn't try to get too sophisticated for what it is and pays a great deal of respect …
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What's good at the April Fool's Toy Show in Delaware? - #134 Pegwarmers Pegwarmers is the codename for toys and collectibles with high supply and low demand. Join Kevin Jones, and his team of collector commandos, as they discuss popular and not-so-popular retro and current toy brands. Check back for new episodes each Wednesday.…
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Back to the old drawing board with a Skystriker! Watch me struggle with straight lines! Marvel at my ability to warp metal! Swoon at the sound of my voice, excusing my inability to draw machines! Hah! I'm loving doing these, I hope you are too! Remember the video can be found on my You Tube Channel! https://youtu.be/YxkEte5Kkmg I also love The Movi…
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Armed with a pocket full of change, you walk through those sliding doors and are greeted by a wonderland of amazing options as far as the eye can see. The biggest issue you face is what do you choose; candy, chocolate, chips, or a drink? This is a look back on the best snacks and junk food from the 80s, a decade that gave us some of the greatest pr…
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Hey Everybody! This week we wrap up the Mascot Show Trifecta with The Banana Splits Show! This might have been the worst of the three Mascot shows...but also, what if it wasn't? I really feel like in thios one you can feel each of the host's sould leave their bodies one after another.... Enjoy! MERCH STORE - www.teepublic.com/stores/knowing-is-half…
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