Haley (known in some circles as AwsmEngrGrl) was born, raised, and educated in the flyover states of America.
She's been a fan of scifi and fantasy tv, books, and movies from a young age, and recently started reading all of the Marvel comics starting with Fantastic Four #1. All of them.

Podcasts: Gallifrey Public Radio and Legends of SHIELD

At age 5, Wil would run through his parent's home grabbing whatever he could to double as a cape and sing out, "Matmaaan!" This took place whenever he heard the music to the Adam West's Batman series on TV. Raised with an older sister and cousins whose main source of entertainment was to scare the hell out of each other, it was no surprise the affinity to the horror/sci-fi genre that formed his early life. It didn't hurt that he would watch episodes of Dark Shadows with his mom and sister. At age 12 he saw his first episode of Doctor Who, and has been captivated ever since.

Later a fascination with subculture would ensue including franchises such as Twin Peaks, Star Wars (IV, V, VI), BSG, Lost, SG-1, Night Gallery and Star Trek (all of them, but DS-9 is a favorite) just to name a few.

Wil is now a television editor living in Los Angeles with his two dogs, Milla (Jovavich) and Archer.

Jonolobster (http://twitter.com/Jonolobster) is a geek of all trades and master of none.

Arthouse Legends is his first full-time podcast.

Podcasts: Arthouse Legends and Gotham

Crimson Comet #55 The Flash 2×21 “The Runaway Dinosaur”

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After attempting to recreate the conditions that gave Barry his powers (just like in Flashpoint Paradox) Barry has exploded and is apparently dead. Wally and Jesse were caught in the explosion as well. Wally recovers but Jesse is in a coma – like Barry was.   Cisco vibes on Barry’s ruined suit, and sees Barry somewhere else, realizing that Barry is still alive somewhere.   Meanwhile, Barry is in the Nexus, I mean, the Wormhole, talking to the Prophets, or Wormhole Aliens, or whatever they’re called. (He’s not even The Cisco). Actually, he’s in the Speed Force, which is intelligent and non-linear. They appear to him as people he knows – Joe, Iris, his Dad, and finally his Mom, and they keep telling him, “Sit, Barry, Sit.” He needs to catch his shadow to get his powers back.   At STAR Labs, everyone is freaking out about everything. Barry is dead, Jesse is in a coma, Wally is normal (still cause for alarm) and Caitlyn is still a prisoner of Zoom but no one has time to worry about her. Things get even worse when dead Girder gets reanimated by the explosion and is now a Meta-Zombie. He still is after Iris, which makes sense to me. She’s just that hot.   Cisco and Harry figure out how to vibe into the Speed Force and take other people with them (Cisco is basically God now) and Iris acts as bait for Girder.   OBLIGATORY CAMEO! ViewAskewniverse staple Jason Mewes, Jay to the episode director’s Silent Bob, is a guy who takes his date to Big Belly Burger in his Mom’s Hummer. Which gets trashed by Zombie Girder.   Barry sits down, finally, to have a talk with his dead mother (ish) and together they read a kid’s book called The Runaway Dinosaur – which is separate and legally distinct from any existing published works of children’s’ literature. There are feels, Barry catches his shadow, Iris yanks him out of the Speed Force, and Barry stops Girder with physics.   Jesse gets woken up from her coma by Barry’s Magic Fingers, Barry’s dad promises to stick around, and Barry and Iris get mushy.   Across town at CCPD, Caitlyn is still kidnapped. Magneto, er, Zoom give a speech and rallies his troops so they can be mutant and proud!   No actual dinosaurs were on the loose in this episode.

News Links

THE FLASH Adds Zack Stentz As Season 3 Producer

http://www.comicbookmovie.com/the_flash/the-flash-adds-zack-stentz-as-season-3-producer-a141718

The Flash Proves Warner Bros. Can Move on from Batman v. Superman

http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2016/05/flash-batman-v-superman-captain-america-civil-war

‘The Flash’ Guest Director Kevin Smith Reveals What He Learned on Set, His ‘Arrow’ Aspiration

‘The Flash’ Guest Director Kevin Smith Reveals What He Learned on Set, His ‘Arrow’ Aspiration

‘Supergirl’ Moves To The CW, Renewed For Season 2

‘Supergirl’ Moves To The CW, Renewed For Season 2


Crimson Comet #54 The Flash 2×20 Rupture

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Crimson Comet #54 The Flash 2x20 Rupture 

George is back! This week, we try to figure out if we’re watching Quantum Leap or Star Trek before diving into Jay Garrick theories.  Wally and Jesse need to learn to stay in the house, and Dante’s still a dick.  We spend time talking about Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and the possibility of Supergirl coming to the CW which leads us into a long discussion about ratings and budgets. We eventually get back to the Flash, and Lobster is still waiting for Iris to confess her love for him. I’m sure she’ll be calling any time now.

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Crimson Comet #53 The Flash 2×19 Back to Normal

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Crimson Comet #53 The Flash 2x19 Back to Normal

This week, Flash has a Benjamin Button/The Parent Trap mashup! Haley, Wil, and Jon are all together again to talk about hair, how dumb Griffin is, and how smart Jesse is. Join in the fun as everyone gets nosebleeds when we start talking about time travel, paradoxes, and time doubles (which are dumb).

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Crimson Comet #52 The Flash 2×18 Versus Zoom

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Crimson Comet #52 The Flash 2x18 Versus Zoom 

This week, it’s Wil and Jon versus Zoom! With Haley locked in a trunk somewhere, the boys of Crimson Comet are left to fend for themselves when it comes to sorting out doppelgangers, time remnants, multiple personalities, and other assorted paradoxical conundrums. Listen as Jon breaks Wil’s brain repeatedly while trying to explain how everything works, or at least how he thinks it works. This is Episode 52 of our podcast, a number which has absolutely no significance whatsoever. Move along!

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Kevin Smith talks about casting Jason Mewes as a villain on The Flash.

http://www.cinemablend.com/television/Kevin-Smith-First-Look-Jay-Mewes-Flash-Comes-With-Heartwarming-Story-128077.html

Kevin Smith goes into more detail on his Podcast with Ralph Garman Hollywood Babble-On:

http://www.smodcast.com/channel/hollywoodbabbleon?audio=241

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Crimson Comet #51 The Flash 2×17 Flash Back

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Crimson Comet #51 The Flash 2x17 Flash Back

 

Haley, Wil, and Jon are buried under a mountain of DC media content. We start with our reactions to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before moving on to the Supergirl crossover, “World’s Finest.” Then, we dig into the timey-wimey episode of The Flash, “Flash Back.” Finally, Wil recounts his experiences at WonderCon and Jon stalks a potential eBay purchase. But what could it be? Listen and find out!

News Links

Picture of Jay as Zoom
http://comicbook.com/2016/03/30/the-flash-versus-zoom-photos-released/

Kevin Smith talks about casting Jason Mewes as a villain on The Flash.
http://www.cinemablend.com/television/Kevin-Smith-First-Look-Jay-Mewes-Flash-Comes-With-Heartwarming-Story-128077.html

Kevin Smith goes into more detail on his Podcast with Ralph Garman Hollywood Babble-On:
http://www.smodcast.com/channel/hollywoodbabbleon?audio=241

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