Robot-Kraken Podcast No. 059 “Melty Thrones and Stabby Groans” Now Available!


Robot-Kraken Episode 059- May 2019 “Melty Thrones and Stabby Groans“ 

This episode, hosts Thom ‘Third Rail Design Lab’ Chiaramonte and Kris ‘Deeply Dapper’ McClanahan talk Game of Thrones Season 08 Episode 06: “The Iron Throne” and with it, the end of the series. As usual, Spoilers abound!


Show Notes! As with all of our weekly Game of Thrones recap episodes, the pod is truncated to focus on the show. This week, however, we DID manage a few of our regular segments:

In our discussion of this week’s Game of Thrones Series Finale, we identified our Red Tentacles (best parts) and Black Octopi (worst parts) as we do with our Robot Reviews of movies…

Game of Thrones S08 E06: The Iron Thrones

Red Tentacle:

  • Thom: Drogon emerging from the snow
  • Kris: Jon and Ghost, reunited

Black Octopus:

  • Thom: Drogon melting the Iron Throne
  • Kris: The time jump, and the concept of Greyworm suddenly taking prisoners

Next episode, we’ll be back at it with film reviews, entertainment news, and more!

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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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