Wait, What? Ep. 135.5: Teen Titans Spotlight

doomlord Behind the scenes of the latest podcast.

Jeff Lester No More! Okay, that's not entirely true -- he'll back back next week.

The Lester Travel Schedule meant that he wasn't available to record this week's podcast, and so I took it upon myself to record the first (and, hopefully, only) solo Wait, What? ever because both Jeff and I felt really, really bad about springing another skip week on you with no notice. It's not really a real episode -- it's only 22 minutes long! -- but it does, finally, see me tackle the remainder of those questions you lovely listeners asked of us way back in December last year. Who said this isn't the Mighty Marvel Age of Taking A Really, Really Long Time To Get Around To Things?

The ep should be up in iTunes very soon, but you can also listen to it here. Everything'll be back to normal next week, I promise.

Wait, What? Ep. 135.5: Teen Titans Spotlight

Wait, What Question Time

Yes, dear listeners/readers/Whatnauts of all shapes and sizes, it's that time again: The time when Jeff and I invite your questions for us to attempt to answer before we end up getting sidetracked and talk about something else altogether by accident. With only two podcasts left before the end of 2012 (We're taking the last couple of weeks of December off for the holidays; sorry), it seemed like a good time to try another Q&A podcast to try and talk about what's on your minds for once. Well, on our minds after you bring it up. You know what I mean.

You also know the drill by now: Leave questions in the comments section and we'll try to get around to as many as possible and apologize profusely for the ones we can't answer or somehow forget to even after we read the question out.

Thank you in advance!

And We Love You, So Come On, Come On, Come On (Ask Us Questions, I Mean)

Dear Wait, What? listeners, The problem with real life is that, when a friend such as esteemed co-host and editor and all-round-Mr.-Good-Guy Jeff Lester asks you to put up a post on Savage Critics so that everyone can leave comments that are actually questions for you to answer on the next episode of your podcast, and when you say "Sure, I can do that!", several million other things will suddenly need to be done, and then it's the end of the next day and you still haven't posted said post and find yourself overwhelmed - overwhelmed, I say - by guilt.

Nevertheless: Jeff and I are going to be recording the next episode on Thursday, so you have until lunchtime Thursday (Pacific, for those who care about timezones) to leave questions for us to answer/ignore/try to answer and then get sidetracked and talk about something else instead/a mixture of any of the previous possibilities in the comments. Please be kind, and if you can't be kind, at least push the meanness in the direction of someone who deserves it, like Magneto or someone (Yeah, like anyone is buying that "reformed" schtick, Magneto...).



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