S6:E43 – JAF Classics #20: Super Powered Zombies!
Today on JAF Classics I take you back to January 10, 2007 and Episode #20 of the original run of Just Another Fanboy.
I try to jump into the show but instead, Norman has to come on and give me crap.
Listener's Feedback . . . in which there was none and so Norman talks about how he called the Just Another Fanboy voiceline and didn't leave a voicemail, which makes me cry.
News and Information You Could Have Easily Gotten For Yourself With Just a Little Effort (Protracted Home Loans).
The All New All Different Comic Book Picks of the Week! (In which I talk about three books that are a month old: New Universal #1, Nightly News #2, and Justice Society of America #1).
At the Movies With Gary Indiana - In which Gary talks about Superman Returns.
The debut of 30 Seconds of Nonsense.
Steeven's Book Bag - Marvel Zombies.
The View From Norman Oklahoma (In which Norman complains about stupid commercials).
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