Faust: Love of the Damned is a 2000 Spanish horror comic book adaptation of the Avatar Press series of the same name.

Ian Wilson is to blame.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The Wishmaster gives some guy Hell powers and claws because...uh...honestly, we have no clue. This guy is transformed into the illegitimate lovechild of an orgy between Wolverine, Spawn, the Creeper, and the Mask and goes on a murder spree in order to...well, we're still not sure on that one, either.

All we know is this movie is metal as fuck.

Notable Characters[edit | edit source]

The Episode[edit | edit source]

  • The sixth episode to have a guest host--this time, Ian Wilson
  • Amazingly, despite a friendship spanning close to a decade, this was the first time Ian and Damien collaborated on something

Scores[edit | edit source]

James - Damn.

Damien - Dubious

Ian - Ludovico

Highlights[edit | edit source]

  • Damien admonishing James for saying he (James) felt dirty
  • Ian's callback of sorts to Damien's sports advice about Leicester City F.C.
  • Damien giving an intervention to Will about his constant viewing of Showgirls
  • The three hosts constantly saying 'so yeah, this recording will be used against us in court'
  • Ian trying to explain the character motivation of Jade
  • The surprising amount of callbacks to Dragonball Evolution
  • Ian's insult to Will
  • "We don't work blue, sir."
  • "The least desirable man ass."

References[edit | edit source]

Tiradesverse tropes[edit | edit source]

Ending song[edit | edit source]

The_Metal_-_Tenacious_D

The Metal - Tenacious D







Before and After[edit | edit source]

Previous episode: Episode 57 - The Apocalypse (1997)

Next episode: Episode 59 - Jem and the Holograms

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