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Prepare yourselves for a battle of epic proportions between two titans! Feast upon their voices and revel in their words. This is Dueling Ogres! A no-holds-barred podcast about anything under the sun that could be discussed by two nerds (Brandon and Remington) with too much time on their hands! You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll troll them for cookies. They probably won't make you any, though.

Aug 12, 2016

Wow, did they really talk about Dr. Demento? The Ogres are showing their age! We promptly move on to discussion about the season finale of Preacher with Ruth Negga and Dominic Cooper, and their continued work together. The Neflix original Stranger Things is the new Giant in the Playground with its D&D inspired storylines, which lead us into the August 19th release date for The Tick through Amazon Video: Apparently Ron and Harry were into some weird shit with the coming of the Cursed Child. This little conversation is definitely NSFW, but it had Brandon and Rem in stitches. Rem breaks down the Batman animated series backstory of Harley Quinn  by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm as they guys discuss John Ostrander's review on the Suicide Squad film. They haven't seen it yet, because they're lame. Or they don't like to waste money. Guess it depends on if YOU liked the film or not! Call us and let us know! 978 DU OGRES (978-386-4737)! Nintendo brings the ban-hammer to because apparently Nintendo Power magazines are still relevant. We name the three winners of Terry W. Ervin II's novel giveaway! Thanks for playing Allison Williams, Jason Teasley, and Kirk Greenfield! The rest of you should be ashamed of yourselves for not trying to win a free book. What's with you kids these days?! Finally, a recommendation of The Grim Tidings Podcast interview with author Raymond E. Feist! It's mn-mn good (second m's changed for copyright concerns)! Oh, and Stephen Hines calls in with a special request. He really loves his fur babies! Like us on AMA @ (978) DUOGRES ((978) 386-4737) Follow us on twitter @DuelingOgres (Intro uses the "Black Vortex" track by Kevin Macleod ( Licensed under CC by attribution 3.0. Outtro: Battle of Kings by Per Kiilstofte, licensed under CC by attribution 4.0 Int'l.)