Where the Goths Went [DCTV 2013] [ 1:10 ] Download
We used to have tons of goths at Dragon Con. What happened?
Did they “take the black” and join the Night’s Watch?
Where the Goths Went. Written by Wendy Qualls. Produced by Travis Colwell.
Music: Fellowship of Fools by Neurowaxx (http://ccmixter.org/files/Neurowaxx/16426).
Digestive Tract [DCTV 2013] [ 0:45 ] Download
Yes, we use “Human Centipede” as an analogy for convention hotels. You’re welcome.
Digestive Tract. Written and produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Star Harvester by CS Brown (http://www.csbrownmusic.com/).
Question asked by Michael Haines.
Ground vs Skyways [DCTV 2013] [ 1:00 ]
How do you travel between hotels at DragonCon? Here’s a non-scientific comparison of your walking options.
Ground vs Skyways. Written & produced by Nathan Edwards.
Music: -=/ Finality Loop(W/ Bass) =- by remotecube.
Building This City [DCTV 2013] [ 0:52 ] Download
Rock music has some very odd ideas about how cities should be built.
Building This City. Written and produced by Nathan Edwards.
Music by Keith Wolfson (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Keith-Wolfson).
Question asked by Josh Lewis.
Sharks. Tornadoes. What could be worse? We have some ideas.
Sharknado. Written by Wendy Qualls. Produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Zdael All Rave! Edition by Airprogressive.
Jaeger Names [DCTV 2013] [ 1:01 ] Download
We’re huge fans of Pacific Rim. So, obviously, we think Dragon Con needs its own Jaeger. But what do we call it? Hmmmmm …
Jaeger Names. Written by Stephen Granade, Ally Pelphrey, and Brian Richardson. Produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Independence Day 3 by DoKashiteru.
God's Starship [DCTV 2013] [ 1:06 ] Download
What does God need with a starship?
God’s Starship. Written by Thuh_Debil. Produced by Nathan Edwards.
Music: [Stereo-JaV] by alexjav21 (http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/316759)
Question asked by Gary Mitchell.
Star Trek Into Borrowing [DCTV 2013] [ 1:00 ] Download
Star Trek Into Darkness looked familiar … very familiar … what movie did they borrow from?
Written & Produced by Stephen Granade.
Music: Swallow Your Soul by CS Brown (csbrownmusic.com).