Jonathan Frahm (Jonno) and Lister Potter III (Zantok) pose the question: Are Mii Fighters Here to Stay? Approaching it from the angle of looking into Smash’s future with later sequels, they reflect on the history of Mii Fighters to assess whether or not they believe that they will make another glorious return. Later in the episode, they pitch ideas for new Mii Fighter types and costumes.
Jonathan Frahm (Jonno) and Lister Potter III (Zantok) celebrate Super Cast Bros.’s first ‘Smash or Dash’ episode with two all-star match-ups: Octoling vs. Tom Nook and Mach Rider vs. Balloon Fighter. Who will ‘Smash’ their way to victory, and whose hopes will be ‘Dashed’ in the process?
My weekly roundup of articles I’ve had published includes the world premiere of Engelbert Humperdinck’s first-ever music video over at PopMatters, an interview with singer-songwriter Horace Holloway, and Lister and I’s next installment in our Super Cast Bros. podcast. Check this post out to see the full showcase!
Almost five years ago, Jamie Alimorad shook hands with Gino Vannelli to seal a verbal agreement. Revered for soft rock staples like “I Just Wanna Stop” and “Living Inside Myself”, the Canadian singer-songwriter is also a prolific producer and mentor. While touring to promote his previous release, Words Left Unsaid, Alimorad was chosen for Vannelli’s Art of Voice Master Class, and the rest is history.
Around thirteen years ago, Lister Potter III first stepped virtual foot onto the premises of Super Smash Bros. Mercurious. A community startup founded by DK3 in 2006, the forum admin was once seen as a lord amongst squires in the fledgling Smash Bros. community, known for viral fantasy roster images. For Smash fans like Potter—better known as Zantok in the gaming-scape—Mercurious was his first bet at finding like-minded people whose passion for the series were comparable to his without going competitive.