Episode 105- Extinction Level Event 03- DC- Armageddon 2001 (with Professor Alan)

Trentus Magnus July 21, 2015

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In this week’s ball-transforming episode, Magnus continues a year of virtually uninterrupted miniseries dedicated to one specific theme, topic, character, idea, clump of pocket lint or storyline!

Extinction Level Event continues! The stakes haven’t been this high since the ending to this issue got suddenly changed! Liberty and freedom hang perilously in the balance and it’s up to a time-travelling firebrand to save the day!



The discussion this week finds Magnus and Professor Alan of the Relatively Geeky Network in general and the Quarter-Bin Podcast in particular unapologetically exulting in the splendid awesomeness that is Armageddon 2001.

Both hosts make a special point of mentioning there’s more to Armageddon 2001 than a last minute change to the story.

His Excellency and the good professor both opine about a tasteful sampling of tie-in annuals from the summer of 1991. Sadly there are too many to cover in just one episode. But, as Armageddon 2001 proves textually and subtextually, you never knows what the future may bring, eh? Eh, peasants? Eh?

Has this show been hyped up enough yet?

For those of you who contribute to the ruination of creativity on the Inter by always succumbing to click-bait marketing, “Five reasons to love Armageddon 2001 just the way it is! #3 will make you cry!”

Because of the splendid epicness wrought by your emperor and his loyal podcasting vassal, there’s simply no opportunity for feedback this week. Indeed, there’s not likely to be time for feedback during *ANY* of the Extinction Level Event megaseries megaevent of mega epic meat-eating, red-blooded *AWESOMENESS*.

But don’t let that discourage you! The rest of you humble serfs are always welcome to pay your feeble attempts at homage to your leader. DiManzocorp interns are ready, willing, able and eager to accept bribes to present your meager missives to your wise leader. The email address to use is excellency@trentusmagnus.com, whereupon your leader might consider thinking about the possibility of potentially discussing whatever you have in mind some day. And that’s a promise!

In an another sublime act of unprecedented charity, the leader permits you lowly rabble to kiss his ring regarding this or any other episode. Thus, notes of loyalty may be sent to excellency@trentusmagnus.com for DiManzocorp interns to review.

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