From The Attic Dwellers’ YouTube description: Eric shows off his magic skills, then we slip into conversations about our favorite magicians and some of our not so favorite magicians. Penn & Teller, Chriss Angel, David Copperfield, and more! In the 80s, magic specials were all the rage! And some of the most iconic magicians came out of that decade.
Taken from Justin Whang’s YouTube description: In 2013, Redditor became obsessed with a man who claimed, and appeared to have two penises. As time went on, however, doubts were raised. Here is a look at the original story, the claims of his detractors, and his responses.
From The Rageaholic/Razörfist’s YouTube description: If you thought Fat Man and Little Boy were the most damaging things to ever befall the Japanese people, clearly, you’ve never viewed Showdown in Little Tokyo.
From Toy Galaxy’s YouTube description: On this episode we attempt to cover the crazy, bizarre history of Max Headroom.
For his conception as a character introducing music videos to his own TV movie, to Coca-Cola spokesperson to gone in just a few years.
His legacy as a instrument of political commentary may be more relevant than ever.
From Defunctland’s YouTube description: In this installment of Defunctland, I explore the history behind Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ icons, the Earffel Tower and the Sorcerer’s Hat. I also announce the first section of Defunctland Park, Encounterland.
From The Critical Drinker’s YouTube description: So I guess it’s about time I got around to sharing my thoughts on Alita: Battle Angel, the movie so many people went crazy for when it hit cinemas a few months ago. But does it live up to the hype? Pour yourselves a drink, kick back and let’s find out.
From Comic Tropes’ YouTube description: Over 30 years after its publication, Watchmen is still regarded as one of the all-time greatest comic book stories. Recently, DC finished publishing a sequel story, Doomsday Clock. This episode compares and contrasts the two stories by very different writers, Alan Moore and Geoff Johns respectively, and looks at their different goals. The original Watchmen told a complete story but now characters like Dr. Manhattan and Rorschach exist side-by-side with Batman and Superman.