You thought this would never happen. And it almost didn't. The Pod, James Pod Podcast returns to the podcastwaves after Carlin makes a huge sacrifice to reconnect to Aaron. And while you were probably hoping for an episode about xXx: State of the Union, find out why that doesn't happen. (Hint: It involves chalk and a certain dog.) And could Carlin and Aaron have finally figured out a way to get out from under Alabama Dog's oppressive paw? All that, but mostly in-depth analysis of the Dynamite comic James Bond: Eidolon.
As promised, Carlin and Aaron finally return to "poison the well" and talk about the Vin Diesel action film, xXx. But only after Aaron received a message he perceives as threatening and before Carlin is able to pinpoint the other major thing that is bothering Aaron...the loss of one of his dodgeball team members.
It's been a few months since we last heard from the James Pod crew. Where have they been and how are they doing? Well, we quickly find out that things are not going well for at least one member of the show and he's begun looking for a way out. Still trying to keep the focus on James Bond in this movie dry spell, Carlin and Aaron have taken to reading comic books including Warren Ellis and Jason Masters' James Bond comic from Dynamite Comics. All this, plus we find out what Janice has been up to.
It’s been eight months since the greatest James Bond podcast delivered their last episode. And a lot has happened in these past eight months. We find out where Alabama Dog has been and it’s not good news for Aaron and Carlin. In order to save the podcast, the they must do a show once more and for this episode, they focus on the 007 fan film, “I Only Need One.”
The James Pod team is finished going through all the James Bond movies, but where do they go from here? In their long-awaited episode devoted to Sheriff Pepper, they talk about the past, present and future of this iconic character as well as this podcast. It’s a very special “Pepi-sode.”
With this episode, Carlin and Aaron complete their mission to talk about all the James Bond films that have been made up to this point by delving into the newest entry in the franchise—Spectre. Does the fourth film starring Daniel Craig live up to the others he’s done? Is it a worthy follow up to all that has come before? What do two Bond Experts think after seeing it opening day? Find out all of that, plus, the dodgeball teams are locked in place until the 25th film comes out.