Three nerd culture enthusiasts in the American Southwest discuss their interests in video games, movies, board games, comics, Rambo/Predator slash fiction and all other topics that relate to the lives of these thirty-something centaurs.
RED SIX & THE GUTTER: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE E3
This week the crew of Red Six is joined by Stevo, host of the GutterNerds podcast, to chat about E3 2017. Covering the highs and lows, the boys take a look at the presentations put on by some of the juggernauts in the video game industry. In a moment of pure elation the gang single handedly discover how to fix E3 for years to come! It’s E3 2017 brought to you in a way you did not know you have been thirsting for!
Awesome time getting to hangout with Stevo during Purge Night 2017!
Big thanks again to our video game Sherpa, Stevo for guiding us to the mountain top of the Electronic Entertainment Expo! Be sure to see Stevo and the rest of his motley crew streaming live on Twitch every Monday at 9CST!
It’s an action packed adventure in this fully loaded Issue of Red Six to Golden Corral. The crew is back from Fort Worth, Texas where they conquered A-Kon 2017. Anime, cosplay, Visual Kei, Elijah Bae, Gutternerds are cray, and a river of whiskey made for one of the most memorable Con experiences the boys and gals. Hear heroic tales of Pentagon Japan and the dastardly deeds of BBQ. Throw your wedding rings in the dumpster because it’s time we make this official in this fun romp from A-Kon 2017!
This amazing Lucio!
A Wild Stevo Appears!
Much love and a big thanks to all the staff and attendees that made this year’s convention such an awesome time!
Pentagon is a Japanese visual kei rock band formed in 2014. Members Chizuru and Minpha started the limited time band ‘Call Me …’ as a two-member unit, with Taku on guitar and Atsuki on drums. Wikipedia
As you wish, it’s time for another Dark Side of Red Six webcomic. This week we join the dashing couple from The Princess Bride as they take a wrong turn from the Fire Swamp and descend into the Perils of the Red Six Podcast. I am in love with Mathew’s take on Wesley and Buttercup stumbling upon a Raptor sex party. The especially naughty pair in the background get me every time!
This week the crew of Red Six brings an out of this world edition of the classic draft, and that can mean only one thing, aliens. Anything goes in this abduction inducing extraterrestrial filled Issue. Crossing the stars and all of science fiction, the draft brings back some old favorites and some unexpected twists when the boys try to out do the other in the most alien rule bending ways possible. Strong choices and poor choices come fast and furious when bragging rights are on the line. Watch the skies and slap “Mars Attacks!” into your bluray player because shit is about to get “ACK! ACK!”.
Looks suspiciously like a member of Red Six…
On my planet this symbol stands for “Get Rekt Nerds”
The week the crew of Red Six discusses Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. The dark comedy from Dan Harmon (creator of Community, Harmon Quest, and the podcast Harmon Town) that follows the adventures of Morty and his scientist grandfather Rick as they travel across space and dimensions. Delving the emotional highs and lows of life while dealing with eldritch science fiction and horror. The boys focus in on the anti-April Fools release of the first episode of season 3 and discuss predictions and hopes for the upcoming season. Much like the show, this Issue of Red Six crosses all tangents in it’s pursuit to discuss this much loved show.
About Adult Swim:
Adult Swim is your late-night home for animation and live-action comedy. Enjoy some of your favorite shows, including Robot Chicken, Venture Bros., Tim and Eric, Aqua Teen, Childrens Hospital, Delocated, Metalocalypse, Squidbillies, and more. Watch some playlists. Fast forward, rewind, pause. It’s all here. And remember to visit http://AdultSwim.com for all your full episode needs. We know you wouldn’t forget, but it never hurts to make sure.
Apologies up front for the comic coming out late this week! It will never happen again. OK. That is undoubtedly a lie, but I hope to at least make any tardiness in the future a very rare occurrence.
My personal version of heaven would be playing a game of whack-a-mole on the heads of ‘Grammar Nazi’. That might seem very aggressive but I am just being honest. Now, it’s possible I have a particularly large chip on my shoulder from all the times Caleb has corrected my poor grammar of “me and Person” to the proper “Person and I”. An endless tug of war between my poor grammar and his joy in correcting it and I really do not know who will break first. Will I improve my poor grammar or will Caleb tire of correcting it. I know the answer, and thus this comic was born.
This week the crew of Red Six looks back at the Disney classic, Flight of the Navigator. Can this nostalgia inducing film about time travel and a “cool” alien robot friend hold up today? Will this poor attempt at remaking E.T. (AGAIN) make Steven Spielberg ill? ‘Compliance.’ vs ‘Awkward PeeWee Herman Laugh’, which will break you first? It’s an 80s kid’s dream power fantasy juxtaposed with horrifying abandonment issues! You can’t lose! 10,000 thumbs ready for, Flight of the Navigator!
All this plus Caleb’s bath time hot line, the invention of E-Sports, and a new Movie Game Gauntlet on this Issue of Red Six to Golden Corral.
This week the crew of Red Six pay their tithes to the Marvel Cinematic (Church) Universe and check out Guardians of the Galaxy 2. But before they get into the only Marvel Movie that looked good besides Thor: Ragnarok is a new Movie Game Gauntlet. This week Caleb is guessing the movies of Gary Oldman with hopes of stopping his further decent into what has been called a truly embarrassing showing on his part this season. A walk through a beer fest and more with the Guardians of the Galaxy. I love you Tazerface.
But the meanest thing that he ever did Was before he left, he went and named me “Taserface”
This week the crew of Red Six to Golden Corral takes on Free Comic Book Day 2017. Joined by Jeff Provine, the boys go on a journey to a variety of comic book stores on their quest to discover the meaning of Free Comic Book Day.
Thanks to all the cosplayers, volunteers, employees and store owners that really make FCBD into the greatest celebration of comics year after year. Not only does it inspire community and comic appreciation but also does so much to promote literacy in children. Thanks for all the customers and fans that we got to talk to along the trip. Thanks to all the comic book stores that let us come in unannounced and stick a microphone in their face!
Special Red Six Thanks to Jeff Provine for coming up with this idea and letting us live vicariously through his comic book treasure hunt! (Stop trying to use “Red Six” like its some catch phrase. It doesn’t work. At all. -Caleb) Also for taking all the great photographs during the trip! We can’t wait to do this again next year!
This weekend is Free Comic Book Day! Amy gives you the scoop on the annual celebration of comics and comic book stores and then, well, breaks out into song… today’s adventure is a musical tribute to your friendly neighborhood comic book store, co-written with very special musical guest Jason Charles Miller! Our other special guests are the comic fans from around the globe who sent in videos saluting their own favorite stores to be part of our tribute. Thanks, and enjoy!
What happens when the world of Friday the 13th and Final Fantasy collide? The Final Friday is born.
I have logged 100+ hours on Final Fantasy 15 so it was only a matter of time before it made its way into a comic.It also gives me a chance to work out my Tonberry frustrations. It was a mob that was always a standout from the previous games but were known for being the epitome of slow but deadly. How do you translate that into a fast paced free roam game? You Yoda the shit out of them and “spinning blade of death they become, hrm!”. They are the only encounter that causes me dread. I have slain turtles made of mountains. I have crushed giant robots. I fear the robed toads of doom. We can all agree though that classically speaking Tonberry was the Jason Voorhees of Final Fantasy. And I can never skip a chance to kill Caleb in a strip.