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'Comedy Bang! Bang!' Will Say Bye-Bye To IFC After Their Next Batch Of Episodes

Whether it’s being consumed in podcast or television form, Comedy Bang! Bang! has been always been something of an acquired taste. Alongside his seemingly endless cast of characters, creator/host Scott Aukerman regularly combined the worlds of wickedly dry satire and cartoonish buffoonery into an undoubtedly unique and often hilarious spoof on the stereotypical talk show — and really, television in general. 376 more words


'Comedy Bang! Bang!' to End on IFC After Five Seasons

“Comedy Bang! Bang!” will soon have its last laugh.

Series creator Scott Aukerman — who also stars  — announced on Twitter that the show would be ending after a five-season run on IFC. 343 more words


'Comedy Bang! Bang!' To End After Five Seasons On IFC

The current fifth season of IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang!’ will be its last. The series’ final 10-episode run will premiere Friday, October 28, with two back-to-back episodes at 11 PM and 11:30 PM. 502 more words


Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher’s Series ‘Take My Wife’ is the Answer to the Dreaded Question: “What’s it Like to be a Woman in Comedy?”

“Too bad it’s illegal for two female comics to be on the same bill,” Cameron Esposito quips in the first episode of her new digital series, … 678 more words


Spider-Man/Deadpool 6

Today, Ryan and Patrick are discussing Spider-Man/Deadpool 6, originally released June 29, 2016 

Ryan: Meta-narratives come in varying levels of sophistication. On one end of the spectrum is the simple cultural reference. 1,412 more words

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The Top 10 Best Comedy Bang! Bang! Musical Moments

Originally Published on Paste Magazine February 25, 2016. For all of the YouTube videos of these musical moments, I highly recommend jumping over to Paste to watch them all. 1,441 more words


Comic Review: Spider-Man/Deadpool and Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2!


Spider-Man/Deadpool #6 (Marvel Comics)

Of all of Marvel’s recent output, Spider-Man/Deadpool is easily the best. Like a buddy cop movie bitten by an irradiated spider and then given a ton of caffeine, the combination of the web-slinger and the Merc With A Mouth has lead to an extremely entertaining series, much in part to the work of writer Joe Kelly and artist Ed McGuinness. 931 more words

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