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Published on November 19th, 2013 | by Ryan

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S.T.R.A.T.U.S. Episode 20: I Speak for the Salt

Join our rambunctious hosts for another episode of wonderment and joy. This week we find out Sir Michael has the technological prowess of an 80 year old man. On the flip side you’ll get to hear how out of shape Dr. D is.

Once again we went to Anime Banzai. This episode has oodles of stories about embarrassing cosplayers, pagans, the zombie apocalypse, Digimon Vs Pokemon, and really unfunny anime skits. Ever wanted to see Lelouch from Code Geass sing opera? Come to Anime Banzai! We’re also hoping to host a live panel next year.

Once again I have another segment of Looks and Books with Dr D! This time around it’s the Hyrule Historia, a must have for any Zelda fan. I put my giant robot stamp of approval on it. Go out and buy it and make Nintendo a billion more yen.

This week Sir Michael tries his hand at the trivia game. Oh how the tables have turned!

Last but not least, what would happen if I am Legend wasn’t a turd? BEHOLD!

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Ryan

Ryan Wilde adopted the name Dr. Disaster when he created the podcast Villainy INC. Then it flopped terribly so he used his remaining money to build giant robots. He also likes making short films no-one watches, inhaling comics, and playing vid-ja games.



  • Sharp-O

    Jokes on you! I’m not going to comment this time!

    …Fuck.

    Since I’m here, the necromancer story is possibly one of the funniest you guys have told on the show. I was cracking up on the bus, unnerving the little old lady who had the audacity to sit next to me.

  • Pridak

    This actually reminds me of the LARP (Live Action Role Play) at Otakon, where I (Shinji Ikari) ended up as a member of Team Dai Guren, student to Haposai (from Ranma 1/2), joined the Black Knights, beat down Lina Inverse(Slayers) and Ribbons Almark(Gundam00) in a two-on-one, I also helped Sauske kill Itachi, became Mech Stig (Top Gear), and eventualy became Secretary of Public Transportation. Yes, Top Gear (Clarkson, Hammond, and May) were/are in charge of the roads.

  • Kvb

    Sir Michael: Salty Jesus of the zombie apocalypse.

    Great story, guys!

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