Dan, Layney, and Matt get together talk about the inspiration for the new podcast, Detecting the Marvelous: what inspired them, where their love of comics comes from, and why they chose what they chose.
Theme by Glen Beauchamp and art by Ben Steamroller.
The Order Up crew get creative with producer Jen Pratt the producer of shows including Fire Masters, Great Chocolate Showdown, The Big Bake, and many more. We get into the nitty-gritty of pizza town.
On a Sunday in 1990, I stood in an empty mall (stores where I lived weren't open on Sunday back then) waiting in line for the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film with my little brother. At 16, I was a fan of Laird and Eastman's black-and-white indie comic.
The Order Up team sit down with actor, singer and podcaster (Brentfast with Brent Pope) to discuss the question of the ages. Does pineapple belong on pizza? Please join us for this important discussion.
The Order Up crew sit down with Eric Bauza, the owner of Retrokid clothing and voice actor extrordinaire (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Woody Woodpecker), where we find out what's up with pancakes v waffles.
It's once again the best time of year, when thousands of people slap on sunscreen and set up low-sitting chairs to take in four days of music and community in Manitoba's Birds Hill Provincial Park, just outside of Winnipeg.
A hagiography is defined as two things: the writing of the lives of saints, and a biography that idealizes its subjects. The new Disney+ biography Stan Lee does both of those things and fits the descriptor perfectly.
Stan Lee is a controversial character.
The Order Up crew chat with film maker Cass Gardiner and find out wonderful things to do with soft serve and gluten-free alternatives for the flapjack fan!
The Order Up crew join the inventive Julee Levine, a professional Jewish educator who recently relocated to Memphis, Tennessee after 20 years in Los Angeles, and discuss the wonders of the waffle!
Let me start by saying that I have a troubled relationship with the Transformers film franchise. I am a Gen-X Gen 1 Transformers lover who dreamt of owning my own Metroplex play set.