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  1. Episode 26 – Apollo 13: Addendum

    Want to take a deep dive behind the scenes of our Apollo 13 podcast series? Want to know the cause of the failure?

    Then this podcast is for you. We’ll talk about each episode, cover the technical material we left out, discuss the cause, and even chat about Ron Howard’s excellent movie, Apollo 13.

    We’ll even throw in a clue about our next long-form series…

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  2. Drokk! Ep. 8: “Have The Judges Sunk So Low?”

    Things are all good in the 22nd century, as long as you’re a reader from today just visiting Mega-City One for the Thrill Power. After nuclear apocalypse and orangutans being elected to political office, I can only imagine what it’s like to live there…

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  3. Drokk! Ep. 7: “Go Easy? In This City?”

    The Apocalypse War ended two volumes ago, but it perhaps should come as a surprise that the aftermath of nuclear conflict takes awhile to work itself through. The real surprise may be that writers Alan Grant and John Wagner make it seem so entertaining…

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  4. Drokk! Ep. 6:”Justice He Calls It! It’s Insanity!”

    Mega-City One as we know it — or, at least, as we’ve gotten to know it over the previous five episodes — is no more, as the result of the Apocalypse War, a storyline that both redefined the world Dredd lives in and the strip that’s named after him. But what can you do after that kind of monolithic event?

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  5. Drokk! Ep. 5: “Rita Hayworth Overzoom Is Down!”

    John Wagner has been joined by his long-term writing partner Alan Grant, as the world of Mega-City One comes ever more defined by the episode. We’ve survived the Cursed Earth, the Day The Law Died and even the Judge Child Quest. But can anyone survive… the Apocalypse War…?

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  6. Drokk! Ep. 4: “I See Only… Evil!”

    After a somewhat uneven first couple of years, Judge Dredd as a strip has settled into somewhat of a groove as co-creator John Wagner took full control of the writing chores and set about transforming the series’ setting Mega-City One into an important character in its own right. Who would want to separate Dredd from Mega-City One at this point?

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  7. TPZ169: Walking thru Bangladesh with Ian Packham

    Located between India and Myanmar, Bangladesh is a country about the size of England and Wales, but with three times the population. From January through March 2019, Ian Packham was on a self-supported trek across Bangladesh. It was 665.8 miles on foot starting in Saint Martins island in the south and ending in the country’s northernmost point. His plan is to uncover the stories of one of the world’s hidden destinations.

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  8. Drokk! Ep. 3: “He’s So Clean He Makes Me Suspicious!”

    Two years’ worth of Judge Dredd strips have passed, but things are only now starting to congeal when it comes to working out just who the title character is for both creators and readers, it seems, with John Wagner taking over the strip essentially full-time as writer with the length (and wonderful) “The Day The Law Died” cycle of stories. With Wagner installed permanently as the man in charge of Mega-City One, what lies ahead?

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  9. Drokk! Ep. 2: “I’m A Cheap Punk!”

    The world of Judge Dredd began with the stories collected in Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files Vol. 1, an uneven collection that introduced the basics but didn’t seem to know what to do with the character beyond that — which led to Dread being promoted to being Moon Sheriff for a few months within the first year of the strip. Where would things go after that? It turns out, to Hell and back. (Well, the West Coast, which some East Coasters would consider Hell.)

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  10. Episode 25 - Apollo 13 V: Steely-Eyed Missile Men

    Apollo 13 is about to undertake one of the most improvised and dangerous re-entries ever attempted by NASA.

    Will John Aaron and the Tiger Team figure out how to power back up the Command Module in time? Has the heat shield been damaged? Are their parachute’s frozen?

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