Robot-Kraken Podcast No. 050 “Born to Begin Again” Now Available!


Robot-Kraken Episode 050 – December 2018 “Born to Begin Again“ 

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Your regular host Thom ‘Third Rail Design Lab’ Chiaramonte is joined by guest host Blake ‘Begin Again’ Simmons to review and all of the news of the day, in our special December Red Sky Roundup episode. So many newses!

ROBOT KRAKEN is a MONTHLY podcast by two indie artists, Kristopher McClanahan of Deeply Dapper and Thom Chiaramonte of the Third Rail Design Lab. We get together and talk about comics, movies, working the table at comic cons, life in this nerdy wonderland, and whatever mumblings from the deep we come across. You can find out more about us, contact us or follow along our journey at

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Sucking the Monkey Segment:

  • Blake: “A table red from Young’s Vineyard” which you know means Everclear and Le Croix
  • Thom: Bulleit Rye and lemonade

Red Sky Roundup!

  • Captain Marvel poster and trailer
  • Preacher renewed for S04
  • Runaways S02 announced
  • Blade Runner 2049 animated series announced
  • The mysteries of DC’s new slate
  • Avengers 4 – Will we Cap like Cap again?
  • Daredevil is dead
  • The Kingsman prequel has a cast and setting, but will it be good?
  • All of the Mandalorian
  • Vision and the Scarlet Witch
  • Suicide Squad’s unused stuffs

Planned Plundering Segment:

  • Blake: Fortitude S02 on Netflix, The Fifth Season by NK Jemisin
  • Thom: The Spider-Verse, The Alienist, finish reamde, reread Snow Crash; The Ballad of Buster Scruggs 

Rum-Fueled Recommendations Segment:

  • Blake: Below Deck, Animal Kingdom
  • Thom: reamde on Audible, Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet, The Grinch

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