Avengers: Infinity War SPOILERCAST – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 5/1/18

After a few weeks out of the studio, we’re back in the cave to catch up on a lot of topics! We hear about Adam’s return to television with Mythbusters Jr., and dive into a lengthy discussion of Avengers: Infinity War. Plus, we talk about Simone’s recent announcement.

Nintendo Labo Variety and Robot Kit Review!

We assemble and review the new Nintendo Labo Variety Kit and Robot Kit! With the help of Tested-alum Will Smith, we put the kits together in under 4 hours to show you how each game works and what we think of each Toy-Con accessory. Building with cardboard is a lot of fun, and Labo utilizes computer vision and Switch sensors in some very clever ways.

Episode 446 – Thanos Beckons – 4/26/18

On the day before Infinity War’s release, the gang gathers to recount the past 10 years of Marvel cinematic universe movies, learn the origin of Kishore’s love of Thanos, and hear about some highlights from the Replica Prop Forum showcase. Plus, the VR Minute and thoughts on Nintendo Labo. (Apologies for the bad audio for the 30 minutes of the podcast–our audio recorder stopped recording so we only had camera microphone audio.)

Inside Adam Savage’s Cave: Ghost in the Shell Props!

Adam geeks out over his new props and costumes from the film Ghost in the Shell! We get a close look at the custom tactical gear made for the actors, including Saito’s field costume, as well as beautiful Hanka props from the Yakuza club seen in the movie. Check out the props and costumes from the Ghost in the Shell auction here!

Rise of the Black Panther – Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project – 4/24/18

In our final pop-up podcast recording from Silicon Valley Comic Con, we welcome Evan Narcisse, senior writer at io9 and writer of the current Marvel mini-series Rise of the Black Panther! Evan talks about how he went from being a fan to writing comics, his take on the origin story of Black Panther, and collaborating with artists to tell this new story.

Mike Hill’s Realistic Frankenstein Monster Sculpture!

Mike Hill–the award-winning creature designer for The Shape of Water–unveils his newest sculpture at this year’s Monsterpalooza. It’s a portrait of Boris Karloff’s monster from the 1931 Frankenstein, along with little Maria from the film. Mike talks about how he made these striking life-sized figures and talks a little about his work on The Shape of Water!