close menu
Episode 106: The Indoor Kids
Comic-Conga with Steve Ageeā€¦
The Indoor KidsThe Indoor Kids

The Indoor Kids #106: Comic-Conga with Steve Agee, Jordan Morris, Jensen Karp and much more!

Like we always do for Comic-Con, Emily and Kumail spent their time roaming the floor and talking to their friends about the wonders of Comic-Con. You’ll come with us to exclusive parties, hear us react to booths, and then hear a run down of the things we found most exciting from this year’s Con. Featuring Jordan Morris, listener Alex, Jensen Karp, Benjamin Simpson, Garfunkel and Oates (aka Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci), Mike Rosenstein, and Steve Agee.


Borderlands 2, Animal Crossing, South Park: The Stick of Truth, BioShock Infinite, GTA V, Guacamelee, Hotline Miami


X-Files, Breaking Bad The Wire, Mad Men, He-Man, Game of Thrones, Lost, The Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, Batman, Burning Love, Children’s Hospital, Big Bang Theory, PeeWee’s Playhouse, The Walking Dead, Beta Male, NTSF:SD:SUV
, and Dr. Who


Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music, Hell Baby, At World’s End, Shaun of the Dead, Kick Ass 2, Hellraiser, Godzilla, The Flash, Justice League, Superman, Batman, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Multiplicity, Beetlejuice, Robocop, X-Men: Days of Future Past


The Killing Joke, All Star Superman, SAGA, and Building Stories


Difficult Men

Buy Indoor Kids merch!

Follow @matthewburnside on Twitter!

Follow @indoorkids, @kumailn, and @thegynomite on Twitter! And email us at [email protected]!

2013-07-22 11.16.19 pm



2013-07-22 11.17.40 pm



ANNIHILATION's 'Shimmer' and Ending Explained

ANNIHILATION's 'Shimmer' and Ending Explained

Expect Permanent Deaths For AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

Expect Permanent Deaths For AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

Where in the Galaxy is Grand Admiral Thrawn?

Where in the Galaxy is Grand Admiral Thrawn?



  1. onReload says:

    You guys should have Ashly Burch, voice of Tiny Tina (and from Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin’?) on the show. She is great.

  2. Brian Walton says:

    You guys killed it! Thank you for the kind words!

  3. Kayleigh says:

    Green skittles have been green apple flavoured in Australia for years, just in case you wanted that useless bit of trivia.

  4. Dartanjal says:

    Batman voice!!! So good.

  5. Chris W says:

    Kumail, nothing to do with the episode, but since you are such a devout Street Fighter II fan…

  6. phil medoc says:

    Agreed with Damien above: this episode seemed more tightly edited than earlier Comic-Con ones.

    Kumail! Great job on the Comedy Central special! Everyone should go buy it. The bit about VCR repair is worth the entrance fee alone.

  7. Marcus says:

    Nice shill for Gallery1988

  8. Al says:

    “84th Kevin Bacon face” is hilarious.

    The Man Of Steel sequel can work if a strong writer takes ownership of the themes established in the first movie. The idea of a malleable, suggestible Superman with a fatalistic streak fits into the movie characterization. It also sets Batman as a perfect foil; his physical frailty and steel personality emphasizes Superman’s indecisiveness.

  9. Damien says:

    I’m not even sure if you guys did it on purpose, but for some reason I like these recent E3/Comic-con tag along episodes much more than the early ones. The first time you guys did the E3 episode and it was basically just audio from the floor, I hated it. But these last two have been much better. I think its the increased rap-up conversations or the conversations you have with your friends about the convention. Either way, keep it up. Love the show.

  10. sarCCastro says:

    If you guys are worried about the new GODZILLA movie, you should check out the director’s other movie, MONSTERS. It came out a few years ago and is probably the reason he was hired to do GODZILLA. It’s a more character-driven movie that deals with a similar situation to what would happen in a GODZILLA movie, but in a realistic manner. (Also, I think it probably plays a lot like a prequel to PACIFIC RIM now.) I think it’s still on Netflix, but either way, I highly recommend it.

  11. Cameron C. says:

    One of my favorite Michael Keaton movies that no one really talks about is called “Desperate Measures.” It was made in 1998. Keaton plays a multiple murdered/serial killer in it and its pretty cool to see him cast against type and play around in the role. Andy Garcia’s in it too and the plots pretty cheesy/neato or cheeto.

  12. MISTLETOE says:

    Hearing Agee’s laugh in the background while Emily was talking to Kate and Riki sent me into an inexplicable giggle fit.