With 71 updates before we landed here at ComicsAlliance plus our corporate-sponsored installments, this week marks The 100th Episode of the War Rocket Ajax Podcast! To mark the occasion, hosts Chris Sims and Matt Wilson are joined by original co-host Eugene Ahn (AKA Adam Warrock), fan-favorite guests Curt Franklin and Chris Haley of Let's Be Friends Again, and special surprise guests Chris Roberson and Allison Baker! And you can listen to the whole show right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #100: The 100th Episode Super Spectacular

(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)

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As is always the case when our friends from LBFA stop by, things are quick to go off the rails in a way that leads us to strongly recommend that you don't listen to this one at work. Or in public. Or with other people.

In honor of our anniversary, we turn the show over to you, the listener, to do an entire show's worth of questions from our audience! The result is, of course, questions on topics ranging from cannibalism to sexy art to who we'd like to have on our next hundred episodes, but when a listener asks "Who would win in a fight between Tupac and OMAC," things get downright acronymic:

Sims: First, we have to determine what "TUPAC" stands for.

Haley: It stands for "Titular Ultimate... Piece..."

Sims: I think TUPAC would be, in the tradition of ULTIMATUM, the "Totally United People's Army Corps."

Haley: Way to show me up, Chris Sims.

Sims: I'm really good at acronyms in comics.

When the question of how to deal with expiration dates on food comes up, War Rocket Ajax does what it does best and tells you way more than you ever wanted to know about your favorite creators:

Roberson: Dude, so I read one time that you can only have pasta sauce and picante salsa in the fridge after being opened for something like 48 hours, and I am Puritanical about that. When that sh** hits 72 hours, it goes in the trash.

Baker: First of all, Chris is a hypochondriac, so you just kinda have to roll with it. I think a week would be fine.

Roberson: That's not what science says! Now, to be fair, every once in a while, if I don't want to go to the grocery store, I will eat the salsa after like three or four days, and I constantly think "Well this could be it. This is the one that gets me."

Baker: This is what happens in our house: We have bread or some food or whatever, and [Chris and Allison's daughter] Georgia's like "Oh, can I have a hot dog?" And we look, and the hot dog buns are kind of old, and she's like "Oh, those will kill me and I can't eat those." Because my husband has basically trained her that week-old hot dog buns will kill her if she eats them.

Roberson: Raising her right.

Plus, find out about Matt Wilson's biggest regret and the time Darwyn Cooke threatened to kill Chris Haley, and so, so much more.

Show Notes:

You can, of course, find Let's Be Friends Again and Adam Warrock online.

Please go vote for Euge as a Memphis Hottie. And enjoy the shot of him breakdancing in a kitchen:

Chris enjoys the How Did This Get Made podcast.

Chris Haley enjoys the Professor Blastoff podcast.

Euge enjoys the Making It podcast.

Chris Roberson enjoys the Aw Yeah podcast.

Chris's Rec: 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

Euge's Rec: Paul F. Tompkins' You Should Have Told Me

Curt's Rec: The Mass Effect 3 Demo

Chris Haley's Rec: Stephen Fry in America

Comics Reviewed:

PunisherMax #22: "Obviously having Steve Dillon as your artist doesn't ever hurt a book, and he kills it on PunisherMax." "Literally."

Wolverine and the X-Men #5: "If this comic lasts a hundred issues, this is going to be one tumultuous school to be at." "Those first three issues of Wolverine and the X-Men, and also finishing the Dark Angel saga in Uncanny X-Force were like two of the best experiences I've had reading comics in as long as I can remember. In this day, with so much out there, the age I'm at, and how cynical people can be about comics is really saying something."

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