Once upon a time in Sacramento, way back in the 80's, two children were born with uncanny abilities to consume all things movie, TV and geek related. They read comics, watched movies and tuned in to all the best tv with an insatiable, bottomless pit of an appetite. Studies that we‘ve just made up have shown they have collectively consumed 82.3% of all entertainment media published in the United States. Then, they all entered their thirties, and along came real life. Careers, car payments, mortgages, girlfriends, wives and children. They looked back fondly at all the time spent entertaining themselves geeking out, and decided at this stage of their lives there was only one responsible, adult thing to do... Start a Podcast.
Coming at you from the Triple H-Q, That's Hardly Heroes Headquarters, we are a podcast about movies, T.V. and everything geek related. Listen to the Hardly Heroes to learn more about us and our favorite areas of geek-dom. Check us out on social media to interact with the show, give us your opinion on the things we talk about and to suggest topics of your own. Will you be a hero or a villain of the podcast? We can't wait to find out!
In the late 80's, two people were named Logan . . . Wolverine and this guy. Since this discovery, Logan has been a huge comic book (and most everything else) Geek. He's the Hardly Heroes Manager/Producer, which means he finds himself doing all sorts of random for the show. Unfortunately for you listeners, that can mean regularly listening to his Jarvis-like presence on the podcast. Overly informational and wise-cracking but with the added bonus of miscellaneous geek rage ranting.
Hey, at least Phantom Menace is favorite Star Wars Movie!
Bird brings an often appreciated female component to the show in a very enjoyable fashion . . . talking mad smack to Buddy. She is our go-to expert on Harry Potter, Dr. Who and most everything Disney.
The Black GOAT
Aaron's Arch Nemesis
Always up diving into a good Marvel conversation and especially ready to come at you with deep cuts X-Men knowledge is our friend and resident sneaker geek, Brandon the GOAT! We'll find out how many pairs of sneaks he's got one of these days!
"In the Biz"
Aaron's Arch Nemesis
Curtis is a long time listener and friend of the show who spends his 9 to 5 actually out there working "In the Biz." Check out his IMDB page to see what he's been working on lately & listen to Hardly Heroes to get all the inside scoops!
As a man of Indian heritage hailing from Norway, Sunny, The Indian Viking, is one of our absolutely favorite Side-Kicks. Keep an ear out for his fantastic email commentary and audio message content regularly on the Podcast. If Buddy & Aaron are laughing to the point of tears (and maybe a little pee), it's likely been at the hands of the Indian Viking.
Batman (if you ask him anyway)
Manny is a founding father of Hardly Heroes and podcast host of yesteryear that can be heard attempting to herd Buddy and Aaron all the way through episode #106. Designer of our logo, composer of our theme song, owner of the proclamation "Go my favorite sports team!" and original nemesis of GOAT, we speak of and hear from him often.
Buddy-ism - The English Language never stood a chance as soon as Buddy got in front of a microphone. If you're thinking "did he just say that?!" then you've probably just heard a Buddy-ism.
Sha-TING! - This is the Hardly Heroes stamp of approval, mostly applied to worthy movies. If you hear the Sha-TING, you should watch that thing.
Side-Kick - This is our affectionate name for listeners of the Hardly Heroes Podcast. We hope you'll be our newest Side-Kick and to hear from you soon!
Sprinkles - Host Aaron's REAL name.
Stanley Poo-Brick - Host Aaron (AKA Sprinkles) is known so well for his special tummy times, we've created a single amalgam to encompass them all . . . Stanley Poo-Brick.
Steamed Up! - When host Buddy gets so excited he thinks he's gonna pop!
Triple-H Q - Short for Hardly Heroes Headquarters, our name for the podcast studio.
Tree-Go-Now - One of our favorite stories from Aaron's youth is his mom yelling at him to go outside and trim a tree in the yard, using only the words "TREE, GO, NOW!" Use of this phrase has evolved to serve many purposes, including an additional nickname for Aaron, a multi-faceted swear word, or even just a random piece of transition filler.