As promised, here is Carlin and Jordan’s take on The Avengers! Hope you enjoy!
In this episode, Carlin updates bear-bating to the 21st century standard: nerd baiting. That’s right, he’s asked Jordan to talk about comic book movies. Specifically, the Avengers. The guys cover the ins-and-outs of this epitome of the modern marvelous summer blockbuster, from acting strengths and cool special effects to plot holes and pacing problems. And the ratings may skew differently than you expected.
Carlin’s Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Jordan’s Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 3.0 out of 5 Stars
Bone Throwers Theater at the very first GAD-Con, located in White Marsh, Maryland. Stay tuned, we’ve got a lot of special Con edition gaming coming your way!
I thought I would share this little nugget. As we get ready to release the podcast, we’ve been working on putting together our homebrew world for the game, and it’s lead to a lot of fun. One of the things we wanted to have in the game was a world where space age technology could exist alongside stone-age technology. We hit upon an idea where a post-apocalyptic virus sweeps the earth. The wealthy escape to space stations in orbit, but the rest of society basically are stuck fending for themselves. They devolve, over time, into the desired stone-age groups. Genetic mutation brought about dinosaurs, as well.
We were talking about what it would be like if explorers from the space stations came back to earth to be attacked by stone age warriors riding dinosaurs. As a result, a catch-phrase was developed: “Spear, Spear, Spear, Dinosaur!” We all thought it was ridiculously funny. Two of the group members worked together to create this little gem of art. Enjoy!
Welcome to the website for Bone Throwers Theater! We are a group of gaming friends who enjoy pen-and-paper RPGs. Currently, we are in the process of putting together a podcast featuring the our gaming sessions produce. There hasn’t been any recordings made as of yet, but we’re well on our way. As a bit of a teaser, here’s the cover art the podcast will be sporting. Thanks for checking in!