Pretty Oddcast (Episodes 15-18)

Is there some reason you’re not listening to Pretty Oddcast? Only if you wear pants made of crazy! Of course, the most efficient way to keep track of our adventures is to subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, but here’s a quick listener’s digest:

height_360_width_640_overlay_pipe-band-300x300Episode #15: ScotsFest


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Episode #16: Indie Pro Wrestling


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Episode #17: Recap!

 
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Episode #18: AdultCon

 
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These episodes happened thanks to the cooperation and/or existence of ScotsFestival, Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, and AdultCon.

Rhune on Ranker (aka. Listamageddon)

If you know me, you know I have lists for everything: movies I’ve seen, books I’ve read, beers I’ve consumed, places I’ve been, etc… So I was happy to be asked to start writing list articles for Ranker.com about comic books.  Once they’re posted, readers get to vote to re-rank the list. The results can be pretty surprising. Please… vote your asses off. Here’s a handy guide and a little voting commentary on the first handful:
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imagesThe Best X-Men Comic Storyies, Ranked

For better or worse, I have read just about every X-Men comic pertinent to the main continuity from 1963 to 2014. I hope to be caught up soon. Someone please ask them to slow down for a little bit so I can catch my breath? The voting hasn’t been too shocking aside from the fact that the cheap “Fatal Attractions” storyline from the 90’s has been voted up to third place over classics like “Mutant Massacre” and my personal favorite, the story of Rogue joining the X-Men.
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MostPowerfulThe Most Powerful Comic Book Characters Ever, Ranked

When Ranker asked me to write this one, I was thinking about muscles and punching, but I realized that in comic books, the highest power lies with those able to manipulate reality. The voting has been weird since Thanos, Galactus and The Phoenix have been voted to the top despite the fact that the Marvel characters that made them (and could unmake them) are also on the list. I also learned that nobody reads my favorite recent comic book, Irredeemable, since its most powerful character has been voted to the bottom of the list.
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the-craziest-comic-book-characters-ranked-u1The Craziest Comic Book Characters, Ranked

Insanity is hard to define, but I must be crazy, because I put The Joker second on the list and readers immediately voted him to the top. In fact, they voted a lot of mainstream Marvel and DC characters up to the top, which pushed down independent comic book crazies like Johnny the Homicidal Maniac (a raving lunatic who kills people to keep the walls of his house fresh with blood to keep imaginary monsters away) and Black Noir (a hedonistic super hero who kills and eats babies to frame his clone). I guess those kinds of antics just don’t rate on the cray scale anymore.
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Happy reading! I hope DC or Marvel will read and ask me to come work for them!

Photos for my Ego

Ever since I started performing with Diana Van de Kamp, my action photo collection has drastically improved. I also picked up a nice impromptu, unshaven headshot and found an old one I’ve never used. Why not make a super vain post in the guise of thanking these kind people for their pictures?10300161_10100764903599002_2997867654889613149_n

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Photos by Vaughn Murray, Diana van de Kamp (x2), Marina Meza, Ian Michaels, Mike Carano, and Alex Montilla.

Pretty Oddcast (Episodes 11-14)

If you’re not listening to my podcast with Lindsey Floyd, you are missing out, buddy. It’s fun. Of course, the most efficient way to keep track of our adventures is to subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher. These episodes happened thanks to the cooperation and/or existence of The Citizens Commission on Human Rights, SHE, The Magic Castle and Lucha VaVoom!

Edit3_CameraZOOM-20141117151113849Episode #11: Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Museum


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Episode #12: Sexual Health Expo


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IMG_20150207_134551Episode #13: The Magic Castle

 
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Nani Wahine

2015.01.10_Nani_WahiniI’m not the only musical person in my family.

My aunt Alicia Gill recorded an album of songs that were written in part by my late uncle Mike Davis before he lost his battle with cancer. No, you’re the one getting all misty eyed.

I put an especially banging jam down below.