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Up now is a guest appearance by Jeremy on the Greatest Movie Ever Podcast!

Jeremy and Paul discuss the mind-bending eXistenZ, a movie full of trippy nested realities and thoughtful commentary on video games. And Willem Dafoe.

Click [HERE] to listen to Jeremy guest hosting The Greatest Movie Ever or [HERE] to visit the Greatest Movie Ever homepage!

Posted 22 April, 2009 - 16:28 by Destroy All Pod...

Hosts: Betty, James, Jeremy

This is about Disney ruining things, Nazi-sexy, ripping off E.T., dirty Patti on the docks, and why everyone wants to sleep with a fishy monster named Hermione dressed as a hippie.

Click [HERE] to wear an ugly green vest.

Hosts: Andrew

This is about robots because I love robots.

Click [HERE] to peek into my robot loving soul.

I don't get it. I mean, seriously, c'mon! You're trying to tell me that a Barbie doll was this years best monster toy? Well, according to the results of this years fan voted Rondo Awards , that is in fact the case. I thought it was a neat idea and I've even kept my eyes open looking for one cheap (I wanted to be the first CDX writer to review a Barbie! lol) but best of the year? No way..

Barbie as Tippi Hedren from "The Birds"

I just can't accept it. There were plenty of better options out there, in my opinion, such as the Ultratumba Invasion of the Saucer-Men statue, the Amok Time Pit And The Pendulum statue or even the late entry from Japan, Pilot Ace's Fire Dragon. I just don't get it. Still, I think this is less of an injustice than our own poll, won by the merely decent 12" Bandai MechaGodzilla. If there is a theme there, it might be the the most readily available and easily affordable toy will likely get the most votes.

Posted 25 March, 2009 - 15:26 by NekroDave

Host: Andrew

This is about some comic book movie.

Click [HERE] to read Rorschach's journal.

So I am officially in freak-out mode, with only a few days left until I am off for the motherland.

This trip came together rather quickly, so I feel as though I am forgetting something, but man am I excited to go again. This will be my third trip to Tokyo. I'll be a big man in Japan once again.

Some cool things are going to be happening on this trip, only some of them I can tell you about now. For one, I'm going out to HobbyLink Japan for the day to check out the new warehouse and interview Scott Hards. Hmmm, i guess that means I need to write down some questions. Any questions for HLJ?

Then a few days later I will be covering the 2009 Tamashii Expo at UDX Akihabara... I can practically taste the metallic T-28. Of course, I'll have the HD camera on me, so I will do my best to make you feel as if you are there along with me.

I'll also be doing some insane toy shopping, hitting up all of the hot spots - some covered in Tokyo Underground, some that are super-secret and known only to the illuminati. I'm dying to check out the new 10-floor Mandarake in Akiba, and of course I will hit the usual haunts.

Posted 18 March, 2009 - 22:58 by JoshB

Up now is a guest appearance by Jeremy on the I Heart the 80's Podcast!

Jeremy and Eeper discuss the ridiculous, campy 80's fantasy non-classic Krull, starring Ken Marshall, winner of the 1985 Errol Flynn Look-A-Like Contest!

Click [HERE] to listen to Jeremy guest hosting I Heart the 80's or [HERE] to visit the I Heart the 80's homepage!

Hosts: Betty, Dylan, Jeremy

This is about synching Mamoru Oshii up with Pink Floyd, spaceship-egg-eyes, post-apocalyptic crazy Noah's ark, Yolk: By Calvin Klein, and Doug Funnie and his ugly green vests and his crush on Pattie.

Click [HERE] to hang out with a little girl with a giant egg under her dress.

I think it's important to try to be your own person, but sometimes it's best to follow those that have gone before. Back when I first got into the hobby, the Japanese Toy Database that was such a great part of the now-defunct Cool Japanese Toys website was a constant source of reference for me as I was starting out as a Jumbo Machinder collector. When I first started looking at it, each entry included a price estimate for a mint in box specimen of the listed toy. After awhile, these were taken down. At the time, I was a bit disappointed in this, but I've since come to understand why it had to happen. It's just become nearly impossible these days to predict what any toy should sell for, but the marketplace for Jumbo Machinders in particular seems to be particularly volatile. (A completed auction search for "Machinder" on Ebay right now will reveal some rather eye-popping final bids for some not that special jumbos.)

For this reason, I've recently gone back into all my Jumbo Machinder reviews on this website and removed all the mentions of the prices they typically sell for. Unfortunately, since those reviews were written, prices seem to have skyrocketed and I'm no longer comfortable giving advice on what someone may have to pay to get something. I know what I think each piece should sell for, but when a loose Jumbo Machinder Spazer sells for nearly $9000, well.... that's it. I give up. I never ever could have predicted such a thing.

Posted 14 March, 2009 - 14:45 by NekroDave

Been a while since I wrote one of these, figured I should do another one...

Posted 14 March, 2009 - 02:36 by EVA_Unit_4A
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