Slave RevoltWhen Joe Patrick was at his lowest point, abandoned by his friend, life partner, and co-host Matt Baum for rock and roll super-stardom, three men stood strong and lifted him from the mire. Those men were John Littrel – co-host of the Burnt Weiners podcast, Aaron Meyers – King of Ask A Nerd and writer of Proactive Continuity, and Keith “The Voice” Silva – Vermont broadcasting legend and have-er of sophisticated fun; Love Slaves all.

Little did anyone suspect that Baum would come crawling back from the smoldering wreckage of his musical career. With little-to-no regard for the feelings of those that stood by him in his darkest hour, Joe Patrick cast John, Aaron, and Keith back into the Love Slave pit from whence they came, welcoming his betrayer back with open arms.

Now, having experienced the sweet taste of podcasting excellence, however briefly, the THN Love Slaves have organized themselves into a force to be reckoned with. Surely, what follows will lead to the eventual collapse of the THN Media Empire and brutal revenge on the drummer that wronged them.

BE AFRAID! The Legion of the Not Matt Baums is born!!!

CLICK HERE –> The Legion of the Not Matt Baums Episode One!

When John Littrel (@burntweiners on The Twitter) isn’t too busy reciting the Necronomicon to a classroom of 1st graders in hopes of appeasing the dark lord, he’s blabbing on mindlessly about comics on the Burnt Weiners Comic Book Podcast. He makes a hobby out of knowing next to nothing about comics, but loving them all the same. We strongly discourage you from checking out They can’t even spell “wieners” correctly.

Aaron Meyers is a full time nerd for both money and pleasure. When he’s not knee deep in networking cable or trapped in a server rack, he can be found on Twitter at @aaronmeyers or posting his musings about the world of comics at his blog Proactive Continuity.

Keith Silva writes for Comics Bulletin. There is also this @keithpmsilva and this Interested in Sophisticated Fun?. A Googling will reveal he has a ‘real job’ in local Vermont television which keeps him in comics, but not nearly enough.