After an incredible delay, JKP! returns with a podcast about human revolutions, german conventions, webcomic empires, alcoholic engineers, cats of thunder, and much, much more! Don’t miss our long-awaited interview with Matt Mercer, voice of Fei Long from Street Fighter IV and Tygra from Thundercats! Plus, listener emails and a special announcement about the future of JKP!

0:04:35 – Josh shares his enthusiasm for Deus Ex: Human Revolution

0:42:19 – We talk about some news and headlines to come out of Gamescom (including our incredible wealth of content, courtesy of Nik the Unpronounceable) and PAX!

1:07:30 – Some comics talk, specifically focusing on how awesome Marvel’s Fear Itself event has been! (SPOILERS APLENTY, dear readers!)

1:22:29 – Intermission!

1:22:41 – Behold! Our long-awaited interview with Matt Mercer, voice actor extraordinaire and man behind Fei Long of SFIV and Tygra of the new Thundercats series!

1:44:28 – Intermission 2!

1:46:06 – Listener emails! First up is Billy, asking which video game character Brandon & Josh feel is most underappreciated.

1:59:14 – Lee writes in to make an obscure (and referential) request.

2:00:21 – Tony asks us for further thoughts and commentary on one of our favorite subjects: the perilous situation for Nintendo and Sony in the handheld market.

2:24:08 – Dave requests some straight-up Tom/Harrison drunkenness. Can’t disagree with that one!

2:35:25 – Brandon wraps up the show with a very important announcement regarding the future of the podcast and blog!

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5 comments on “JKP! Ep.81: Making Waves

  1. nik maier(cough) Aug 30, 2011

    I’l say this much…as far as “finishing”, or basically changing the podcast, the change could not have been made with a better/funnier podcast.
    Since you are “changing” your formula for the site, here is an idea…animate, or kinda extend the deus ex skit that was in the podcast, as that was on the money=)
    JKP will not have that much news(games, comics…honestly, I don’t really care that much, I mostly listen to you guys because of the jokes and spontaneous humor, as like you said,there is enough places on the internet for news.
    there are a lot of things I would like to say, but mostly, things have been said before and they still stand.
    iiiiiiiiin other news, I expect a kickass full on JKP like episode at least in january, since JKP will be 2 years old and by the looks of it,it will get a lot older.

    also,if you need help, you know where to find me, but till then…chin up and keep on rocking=)



  2. I listened to the Matt Mercer interview at work (school) today, and I really enjoyed it. I had my students listen to the interview too, and they really liked it as well. They think it’s cool that I sometimes guest write on a website that can get interviews with real voice actors (like Mercer).

    Also, I’m looking forward to hearing the Lou Diamond Philips interview in the upcoming weeks. And yes, Josh, he was actually born in the Philippines.


  3. Tyler Aug 30, 2011

    Take all the time you need, JKP, you certainly deserve a breather once in a while.

    I’m just thankful you don’t own the rights for Kirby, or I’d be more worried.


  4. Just wanted to drop in and say how much I appreciated all your hard work on the podcast. I still can’t believe how you guys managed it with jobs, relationships, etc.

    I always checked out your site/podcast because of your fantastic sense of humor and unique perspective on things, and I feel like the direction you intend to take it is the perfect fit. I also happen to be a fan of anecdotes/human stories; the “Woman Time” episode was possibly my favorite one.

    Anyway, keep up the amazing job, you guys (and gals guest writers), and take care of yourselves. We need that sharp wit. ;)


  5. Great podcast. Will miss listening to it and getting weird looks at work for laughing so hard.
    Can’t wait to see the new form of this site and podcast.


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