Two of the most influential television shows in history were the Twilight Zone and the Outer Limits. Both were very similar with Outer Limits being somewhat more sci-fi based. In this DragonKing Dark Podcast special, Karl takes you behind the When It Was Cool paywall for a look back at these two iconic TV series.
G.I. Joe is dead. R.I.P. Rest in Peace. I have followed the property continuously since 1982 when I bought most of the first series "straight arms" off the shelf. I read every issue of the Marvel Comics G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero comic book series straight off the shelf beginning at issue seven. I was more a fan of the comics than of the Sunbow cartoon series but I have still seen every one of them. Even through the "dark years" of the late 1990s when there weren't any G.I. Joe products on the shelf, I continued to be a fan, collecting figures off of eBay and flea markets. I didn't even hate the movies. Ok, the first one was a little rough, but I don't hate it. I am as hardcore a G.I. Joe fan and collector as you will find. While I'm not a famous or a well known member of the online community, I watch all the videos from the greats like FormBX257 and Hooded Cobra Commander 788 . I am a big fan of GIJoburg podcast , Joe on Joe , S