Stasis Pod Episode 134: A Prime Primer

Before we jump into Transformers Prime, this week we discuss the setting in which the series was released. What connection does Prime have to the live-action movies? What show that spawned a notorious fandom launched alongside it? And what was the deal with the Hub anyway? Join us this week for a pre-show primer on Transformers Prime!

We want to hear your questions! Email us at stasispod@iaconunderground.net and we might answer them on the show!

Stasis Pod Episode 133: Mighty Orbots – Magnetic Menace

Before we tackle Transformers Prime, we take a look at a forgotten 80s robot cartoon called Mighty Orbots! Why is the animation in this show so darn good? Will the plural singular of the combiner’s name break Jen’s editor brain? Magnets: How do they work? Join us this week for the first episode of this obscure gem, “Magnetic Menace”!

We want to hear your questions! Email us at stasispod@iaconunderground.net and we might answer them on the show!

Iacon Underground Radio – Episode 64 – 1nf1n1te

This week Jen and David talk Toy Fair, Toy Fair, and more Toy Fair!

Stasis Pod Episode 132: Transformers Animated Wrap-Up

And so we’ve reached the end of Transformers Animated…or have we? Join us this week as we discuss the Animated toyline, the Allspark Almanacs, and the related comic books!

You can also catch David talking tentacled cryptids on this week’s Creepy Critters podcast!

Stasis Pod Episode 131: Endgame, Part II

It ends here! With the Lugnuts Supreme attacking Detroit, the Autobots need to stop the Decepticons for good! Can they rescue Arcee and get the activation codes to shut the giants down? Will Megatron finally remember Optimus Prime’s name? Will there be “ninja bullshit”? Who Will Survive? Join us this week for the final episode of Transformers Animated, “Endgame, Part II”!

We want to hear your questions! Email us at stasispod@iaconunderground.net and we might answer them on the show!

Stasis Pod Episode 130: Endgame, Part I

Once again we reach the beginning of the end! Megatron is ready to take over Cybertron, but first he’s going to try out his new Omega Supreme clones on Detroit! But who will the new Supremes imprint on? Can Optimus figure out how flying works in time to fight them? And wasn’t this title used once already? Join us this week for “Endgame, Part I”!

We want to hear your questions! Email us at stasispod@iaconunderground.net and we might answer them on the show!

Iacon Underground Radio – Episode 63 – Dinobot Slash

Whaaaaat, a new episode? That’s right, this week David and Jen return to talk about all the toys they’ve picked up lately, whine at the prospect of having to watch Titans Return, and discuss Lost Light #13!

Stasis Pod Episode 129: This Is Why I Hate Machines

When a transwarp accident sends Ratchet and Captain Fanzone to Cybertron, one of them is happy to be there — the other not so much. But when Ratchet finds himself in the middle of the hunt for Shockwave, Fanzone’s police skills may be just what he needs! Can Fanzone handle a whole planet full of robots? How many Transformers character cameos can they fit in one episode? And seriously, why does Cybertron always have a perfectly breathable atmosphere? Join us this week for “This Is Why I Hate Machines”!

We want to hear your questions! Email us at stasispod@iaconunderground.net and we might answer them on the show!

Stasis Pod Episode 128: Decepticon Air

We return to Transformers Animated this week with action-movie references, ill-advised explosions, and lots of Decepticons! Join us this week for Decepticon Air!

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Stasis Pod Bonus Episode: Pottersville

To finish out the holiday season, Rob and David watch a new “Christmas” “Classic” available now on Netflix. Pottersville is a movie-like object starring many character actors you have seen before: General Zod, Hellboy, that redhead from Mad Men, “say goodbye to these” of Arrested Development, cop in hotpants from Reno 911, and Lovejoy. It’s a festive film filled with furries, snow, economic depression, “jokes”, and the worst Bigfoot.