A waterfall over an otherworldly plant, a woman bathing in the foreground. Mysterious drawings & runes. This week is the Voynich Manuscript!
Ever have an interest in designing your own board game? Me neither, but I had the opportunity to do so recently and decided to give it a try.
Author Terry W Ervin II joins us for another interview with a sneak peek into his new LitRPG novel Monsters, Maces, and Magic: Outpost (WT).
We took a week off because everything in our usual wheelhouse sounded booooooooooring. But we’re back and touch on tons of stuff! Hey! Listen!
Well, I’ve returned from Origins in Columbus, Ohio and unloaded a couple bags of books, board games, and dice.
Origins Game Fair is an annual gaming convention that was first held in 1975. Since 1996 it has been held in Columbus, Ohio at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Origins is run by The Game Manufacturers Association.
This week Brandon and Remington interview the prolific David C. Hayes! Horror director, actor, writer, podcaster, one-time wrestler, and Harry Potter aficionado.
Delta Green is about cover-ups, insanity, & death. Your mission once assigned to the Delta Green agency is to deal with Lovecraftian horrors.
Rem re-lives his “devastating back injury” (seriously, he’s such a crybaby) and Brandon has been playing Farcry 4!
The big conversation is the origin of Venom as Rem understands it, but we skirt around so much more!
The big discussion is Elite Con’s banning of Cosplay, but first you have to slog through our inane banter!
Our next interview is with novelist and great friend of the show, Terry W. Ervin II!
In this special episode, the guys were invited to Podcast Night hosted by Asylum Comics to celebrate Marietta, Ohio’s “First Friday” event!
I had the chance to sit down with Tony Workman, owner of Classic Plastics Toy Store in Parkersburg, WV for our very first on-site interview!
Have you ever been knocked out of a story’s flow due to a current event-style reference? This was a concern when writing my first science fiction novel.
The first game of Dungeons and Dragons (D&D for short) I ever played was at a friend’s birthday party and it was amazing!
What’s the benefit of reading fantasy/science fiction over watching it? Does the movie of your favorite series add or detract from your love of the story?
A lot of people, maybe even most, believe they have at least one novel in them—one story they’d like to tell. In truth, many of them actually do.
This week Brandon recaps his life-altering events in Final Fantasy XV and how both of our lives are seemingly devoid of any true excitement!
It is said: “Write what you know.” How do you write a cruel villain if you’ve never acted in such a manner? That’s where RPG experience can be a benefit!
What Sega titles do you think would make for a good movie? Have production companies learned nothing from previous movie adaptation failures? Let us know!
Groot returns to the silver screen in Guardians 2, & we don’t talk about that at all! But we DO talk about a lot of other trailers!
We wrap up our All Hallow’s Eve episode talking about the werewolf throughout history and literature/media!
This week Peshka Calloway returns with her pop con partner in crime, Justin Williamson to talk about how the Parkersburg Pop Con went and what’s in store for next year!
This week we sit down with Peshka Calloway, Alumni Relations Specialist for WVU-P to talk about the upcoming Parkersburg Pop Con!
For those of you who don’t know of Chris Metzen, you’re really missing out. Seriously, go watch any of his interviews. I’ll wait…Okay, come back!
Suicide Squad, Dr. Demento, Preacher and more in this week’s action-packed episode!
Impromptu thoughts on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child get disrupted by the would-be-if-it-could-be cult classics of the Sharknado series!
The landlord was a crooked Gypsy woman with a scarred face. She was nice enough. Let me pay my rent in Zubats. Figured she ate them, but that’s Paris.
The honorable & illustrious author, Viscount Terry W. Ervin II, joins us for another interview & offers a lucky 5 people the chance to win a novel!
Turns out Rem doesn’t find robots that funny, I guess that’s his loss, because I think they’re hilarious.
We hear that Nelly Furtado is making a comeback, but only on Dueling Ogres! Just kidding, she wouldn’t be caught dead on this show.
Sorry this took so long to get up! If you have more from the Expo that you’d like to share, let us know!
Game of Thrones season six is finally here and it’s everything we hoped it would be. Check out my season five synopsis and season six review!
Happy 100th Birthday to Beverly Cleary, author of the Ramona series!
Dueling Ogres at the Classic Plastics Toy & Comic Expo! We laugh, we love, we awkwardly talk to people as they walk by! The Final Countdown!
Welcome to Dueling Ogres at the Classic Plastics Toy & Comic Expo! We laugh, we love, we awkwardly talk to people as they walk by! Part 3!
I finally got to go to my first Expo and it was fantastic! Read about my experience here!
Today, is what would have been Alan Rickman’s 70th birthday and I want to take some time to remember a man who was a wonderful person and actor.
Finally Stephen King has had a book adaptation that I can get behind. Just a heads up, this article is going to have a lot of spoilers!
Last week JK Rowling dropped the news that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child script is going to be released in published in book form on July 31.
Brandon returns, we break conspiracies which breaks the podcast, Ready Player One discussion, throwing little people, and much more! It’s grrrrreat!
Are changes coming for the thirteenth Doctor? Hopefully, according to Game of Thrones star and Doctor Who guest star, Maisie Williams.
Dueling Ogres has been growing steadily the past few years with some leaps in recent months. It stands to reason that we want more, but we need your help!
The guys interview (Viscount, author) Terry W. Ervin II about local government, turtles, & most importantly his books!
The guys recap their Christmas’ and share interesting New Year’s facts! Have you read those books yet? You probably should.