This is the 2nd part of a Double Special, J gives Summer the heave ho and reflects on how it went compared to last year, he will also name his top 5 films for the season, and his hope for the remainder of the year.
The J-Man returns, and this time in a late night episode he discusses the value of education and why you shouldn’t hesitate in bettering yourself when you need to. He’ll also discuss the first day of fall, and bring up an important event coming to J360 Productions.
This is a Double Special presentation of The J-Man Show from J360 Radio, showcasing two episodes that were produced in the same week.
The J-Man Show Ep.62: Atonement for Passing Days
J looks into James Gunn’s Firing by Disney and also looks at how the punishing of people can go from justified to petty. He will also explain why you need to confront issues with your past head on instead of being passive-aggressive, and explain why other people tend to revel in exploiting horrible things from your past.
The J-Man Show Ep.63: New Era Reboots (and Sequels too)
Picking up on the 2nd half of the Double Special, J discusses New Era Reboots like Rise of the TMNT, The Predator, and new Sequels such as RoboCop Returns, Terminator 6, and how we often tend to hate but need to learn to accept them a little.
This following playlist includes The J-Man Show Episode 51 and 52 which functioned as a Double Special for the J-Man Series.
The J-Man Show#51: Data and Disarray
Synopsis: Happy Friday the 13th! J360 Legion.
The J-Man Show is back with Episode 51, This week J looks at how society’s been heading into a dystopian climate with the outrage that has been happening over facebook, the 45th retrograde’s “Trade War” and Khloe Kardashian’s baby drama. He’ll also talk about why worrying about your data is more of your self control rather than the internet’s problem, and why we need to focus on the real problems instead of pointing fingers at each other. A Final topic he’ll look into is why we elevate people we should be boycotting against rather than just moving on and not investing in them anymore.
The J-Man Show#52: Media Re-releases and Sequels
Synopsis: Continuing the Double Special started by Episode 51, J looks into the abundance of video game re-releases that are taking center stage of the 8th generation of gaming. Is it good or bad for the business? He’ll also drop tidbits on the J360 PowerPlay’s Status, and He looks into a side of the filmmaking medium that seems to excite and agitate people alike called “Sequels.” He’ll attempt to remedy the feeling by describing different ways to tell a story for a sequel and why we tend to not like them as much as original films.
Continuing the Double Special started by Episode 51, J looks into the abundance of video game re-releases that are taking center stage of the 8th generation of gaming. Is it good or bad for the business? He’ll also drop tidbits on the J360 PowerPlay’s Status, and He looks into a side of the filmmaking medium that seems to excite and agitate people alike called “Sequels.” He’ll attempt to remedy the feeling by describing different ways to tell a story for a sequel and why we tend to not like them as much as original films.
The J-Man Show is back with Episode 49, and continuing the Double Special. This time J is talking about Money, about how to make more of it as an indie producer and speaking about the corruption going on from the YouTube creators and crowdfunding. J will also speak of why the crowdfunding shouldn’t be a primary source of income and try to explain the joys of going to work and doing your passion part time. He’ll also discuss in broad strokes about the worst ways to abuse crowdfunding sources and along with pointing out con-artists floating around on the internet.
This following playlist includes The J-Man Show Episode 45 and 46 which functioned as a Double Special for the J-Man Series.
The J-Man Show#45: Loose Ends
Synopsis: By working on new experiments and testing out Fridays at J360’s Prototype. J lost track of time and inadvertantly created a backlog of multiple episodes from The J-Man Show, The Cyclone, and other projects. So he in doing so to alleviate the load, he begins to attest some loose ends that have piled up during the production of the J-Man Show. Some include his problems with Spider-man Homecoming, Top 5 Guilty Pleasure/B-Movie Films, and his overall issue with moviegoers, film criticism, and the industry in general.
The J-Man Show#46: Valentines Day Special Mk.2
Synopsis: Welcome to the J-Man Valentines Special Mark.II
Picking up from Episode 45 as the 2nd half of a J-Man Double Special. J once again looks into the mind of Valentine Naysayers and begins to discuss why they act the way they do. He’ll also speak about why you shouldn’t pay attention to social media, how to go about dating in the 21st century, and why a loss is sometimes a gain when it comes to matters of the heart. This is all about stepping up and going on dates to take control of your situation instead of hating Valentines Day.
This collection includes Episode 35, and 36 of The J-Man Show in a complete package.
The J-Man Show#35: Retrogaming with NFG
Synopsis: This week as part of a J-Man Double Special, J takes a look into the Jemele Hill debacle facing Donald Trump and decides to venture into retrogaming while designing the new PowerPlay Reboot. He begins to look into a favorite pro wrestling game of his while discussing fond memories of the legendary gaming companies: SNK and Capcom.
Plenty of reminiscing is happening in this episode, so you won’t want to miss out.
The J-Man Show#36: Contemplative Indignation
Synopsis: While re-recording Episode 36 for the Double Special, J looks into an incident from Instagram live and begins to think about Society’s first world problems. He begins to look at how hypersensitive people can be when it comes to nice compliments, and sees how a certain 3rd wave movement while intended for good is causing a lot of problems.
Is feminism dividing us in a time when the world needs more healing? Why are so many people angry? and is there an endgame to all of this infighting happening within our citizens?
Find out in Episode 36, and this is the conclusion to the J-Man Double Special.
Production Notes: This is a black label episode, and does discuss topics considered mature and political in its nature.
Yeah I know I’m just grasping for reactions that time but as usual 4 day week or no, it’s time to go for doubles. We have two great songs to listen to and some are these from two artists that the J360 Playlist just recently discovered due to the random factor from last night (I ran it into over time while setting up the J-Man Show).
Our first track of the evening is called “Miami Vice” by Alex Weit.
Next up is a song called “Kowloon Crime City” by Memphis Raines.
Both artists have been working hard to create some great tracks for us to hear tonight so if you love the sounds, feel free to check out their pages via the list below.
Currently busy putting new bells, and whistles on the new J360 YouTube channel. Matter a fact, I’ve been so busy I forgotten the Song Of The Night entry for yesterday. My bad, but hey it’s all paying off in the end. So to make up for lost time you’re getting a double dose for tonight’s entry.
Our first track tonight is called “Reach the Horizon” by SpaceInvader.
Shout out to SpaceInvader for making stellar hits, I can only imagine the time he put in to create such compositions.
Never stop pulling and striving to reach your goals, it can get cumbersome from time to time but the grind will strengthen you if you let it. So never stop your evolution just because it is difficult. You must always think of the goals and the end game in mind.
The 2nd track of the evening is called “Destination” by Fantom 87.
Amazing riffs and inspirational vibes from Fantom 87.
This track is from his latest album called “Vision Quest” which is now available on his Bandcamp here.
We’re always on an adventure to a new destination that could lead to new experiences, thoughts, and events. You don’t ever want to give up your momentum in reaching to such a place. You are your only limit and the most dangerous words you can say is “I Quit.”
If you love the sounds of the composers tonight, feel free to check out their soundclouds pages via the list below.