In this session, we reflect on 2016 and name this year’s Diabolical Horseman. Your 30 Minutes of Diabolical begin now…
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– Show Notes –
After a lengthy debate, George Lucas was named our Horseman of the year for volume III. Given the number of times Lucas’ name has crept up into the Penthouse this year, we ultimately decided the creator of a galaxy far, far away more than deserved the honor. With the help of Disney, Star Wars will undoubtedly remain a hot property in the coming years and it’s a safe bet the name George Lucas will echo within the palatial halls of the Diabolical Penthouse many times over. Cheers to you, Mr. Lucas!
Our Favorite Sessions from Volume III
Chuck’s Session: GI Joe: A Fallen Hero
Curtis’ Session: Choose Your Own Adventure
Final Words of 2016
Chuck: 2016 has been a rollercoaster of a year; if I could sum it up with just one word… exhaustion seems to fit. Through all the craziness the last 12 months have dished out, the Penthouse, as always, remained a sanctuary of sanity, creation, and collaboration. I’m compelled to handout my upmost gratitude for those voices, artists, and creative minds that lent their time and talents to Volume III. You folks helped make this a standout year for 30 Minutes of Diabolical, I sincerely thank you for taking the journey with us. To those who have made regular visits to the Penthouse each month, you have me both humbled and extremely appreciative. Thank you for listening and it’s not hyperbole when I say… you haven’t heard anything yet. Volume IV awaits.
Curtis: As the Penthouse lights fade in 2016, it would be a mistake not to thank all of the collaborators that have enriched this journey; folks from every corner that I may never cross paths with in this clumsy meat suit, anyway. Many will remember this year for the damage it left in it’s wake, but perhaps it’s a call to action for the artists to rise. The next chapter awaits. Cheers
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