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Imperial Trouble Episode 89: Dragon*Con 2012!

Imperial Trouble Episode 89: Dragon*Con 2012!

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Jason, Sam and Bunny Nick Fury’ed Dragon*Con 2012 and assembled the greatest team of podcast guests the world has ever seen! This episode includes interviews with Harrison Krix of Volpin Props, Grant Imahara of Mythbusters, Mark Meer of Mass Effect, Billy West of Futurama, Beau Brown of Bob and Carl: Sci-Fi Janitors, Sylvester McCoy of Doctor Who, and Jack Walsh of Four Days at Dragon*Con!

Topics include favorite Con costumes, wealthy abandoned babies, the discovery of sugar in space, filling in as C-3PO, a Bob Newhart/Baldur’s Gate crossover, censorship of cartoon violence, puppetry, rolling R’s, and a surprisingly capable impression of Humpty Hump from Digital Underground.

Imperial Trouble Episode 87: Dragon*Con 2011!

Imperial Trouble Episode 87: Dragon*Con 2011!

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In anticipation of this year’s Dragon*Con, we revisit last year’s coverage, including interviews with Battlestar Galactica/Dexter‘s Edward James Olmos as well as Eddie McClintock of Warehouse 13 . Topics also include unsuccessfully infiltrating Dragon*Con parties, Sam and Jason’s favorite panels, the Bob and Carl: Sci-Fi Janitors late night puppet slam, convention photography etiquette and a chat with Harrison Krix of Volpin Props.

Imperial Trouble Episode 66: Harrison Krix of Volpin Props

Imperial Trouble Episode 66: Harrison Krix of Volpin Props

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Bunny and Jason welcome Harrison Krix of Volpin Props. Topics include Splinter and Shredder’s suitability to raise an orphan baby, Mass Effect 3, an unlikely hamburger-based crime team, Harrison’s creative process, and Jason’s desperate behavior when his internet is disconnected.

Imperial Trouble Episode 39: John Boyega and Harrison Krix

Imperial Trouble Episode 39: John Boyega and Harrison Krix

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Sam and Jason are joined by actor John Boyega of Attack the Block and prop maker Harrison Krix of Volpin Props. Topics include being a badass, the appeal of Michael Bay, the hierarchy of costume contests, negative internet comments, lip dubs and an impression of Harrison’s dog.