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After the cancellation of the Batman 1966 live action television series, DC Comics wanted to bring Batman comics back to the gothic roots Bob Kane and Bill Finger created in 1939, ushering in the Bronze Age of Comics of the 1970s. One of the essential tales of this era is Dennis O’Neil’s “Tales of the Demon”, introducing Ra’s al Ghul and Talia al Ghul. On this week’s episode, Londyn and co-host / engineer Mason Booker dive into this story arc in ‘Batman’ and ‘Detective Comics’ from 1971 to 1972 introducing the Demon’s Head and the Daughter of the Demon, the relationship established between Bruce and Talia (Mason’s #TeamTalia!) and how these stories, returning the Dark Detective, define the Batman of this decade. Join us on this fun journey with our hero in the groundbreaking 1970s right here on this amazing episode of History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.

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Theme music by ROYALTYFREEMUSIC

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What’s happening this week at Meltdown?! Listen up to our NEW mini-pod containing tons of BIG information in a bitesize format! Our host Londyn Jackson, your Voice of Meltdown, tells you about ALL the latest and greatest events, giveaways, contests, and cool happenings in, around, and associated with Meltdown in a bitesize format! It’s super quick and keeps you up to date on all the great nerdy and geeky stuff going on this week that we think you’ll love! You’ll in just a few minutes! Hear it here first and make sure to SUBSCRIBE on iTunes so you can stay up to date on all the fantastic stuff!

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This week on The Remarkables, our guest is a football coach who explains the significance of coaching styles, even though members of his team could roll out of bed and tackle a literal freight train, let alone a high school sophomore nicknamed “Freight Train.” Listen to it all right here on this amazing episode of The Remarkables presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Hosts – Ezra & Tita

Executive Producers – Peter Murrieta, Chad Krueger, Gaston Dominguez-Letelier

Associate Producers – Jay Kasten, Jonas Sansone

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A co-writer with Gene Simmons of several popular KISS songs, Mitch Weissman takes us back to the 1970s during his national fame as the “Paul McCartney” in the original Broadway Cast (and feature film) version of the musical, Beatlemania. Everybody come together right now and listen up to this amazing episode of the Pistol and Dagger Society presented by Meltdown Comics!

 

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Produced by Ken Goldstein and Adam Silverstein

Talent: Mitch Weissman, Ken Goldstein, and Sadie May

Audio Engineer: Mason Booker

#26: Sanic the Roadhog #podcast #twopacksaweek

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Guest Ify Nwadiwe (@Midnight) joins host Geoffrey Golden for an anthropomorphic episode of Two Packs a Week, the trading card comedy show! This week, they open packs of Howard the Duck and Sonic the Hedgehog trading cards. While opening the packs, they discuss Howard’s current standing in the furry community, why Dr. Robotnik would go to the trouble of putting woodland critters into robots, and the most important criteria for a step family: do they own a Sega Genesis? All on this ring-hoarding episode of Two Packs a Week presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Producer – Mason Booker

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Opening Theme by Matt Myers

“Biking in the Park” by Lee Rosevere

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