What happened before and after the WTF Live panel? Who eats pizza from Boston? What are the “real” “digital” “sports”? It’s time to find out.
The panel after TFcon 2014′s final panel was this live recording of WTF@TFW. Expectations of violence and reports of incidence are only a few of the things that polluted the panel room while the venue thought the show was already over.
It’s (another) the week after Botcon, and Vangelus is chillin with Seth Bizzy (Buzzard) to talk a little Transformers before he heads back to Toronto for the TFcon Transformers Con(vention).
Returning from a Botcon burnout, Vangelus talks to Aaron and TJ about vinyl, milk, and marketing.
In the late Sunday hours of June 22 2014, Vangelus grabs at whoever’s standing near him to talk a little Botcon post-show. Then, he grabs at family. And finally, he grabs at the internet.
A classically loud and occasionally explicit series of Botcon bar recordings ends with a lot of tired people standing in a circle and talking about the nature of unofficial independent transforming toy robots for about 45 minutes or so.
After a long 1.5 days of Botcon 2014, Vangelus finally records a podcast. On the sidewalk.
With mere days until Botcon 2014 begins, Vangelus makes one final check-in with Seth Buzzard from his west coast preliminary observation point in the birthplace of WTF@TFW proper.