May 222016
 

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Apama Mackey is the director of Houston’s Museum of Drawing. Born in Iran and residing in Texas, she’s been an important proponent of the contemporary art scene for the past twenty years. The Panik Collective is a team of credentialed multi-media artists, whose public art actions are inaugurating the Museum this summer. Matt and Apama discuss the challenges of curating and the joys of community building between in this episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!.

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May 162016
 

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Second star to the right, straight on until you hear a new episode of Two Packs a Week, the trading card comedy show! Host Geoffrey Golden and special guest Aristotle Acevedo (Meltcast 3.0) open packs of Comics FutureStars and Hook trading cards. While opening the packs, they try to guess the names of 90s knockoff superheroes, learn that Peter Pan was a total sociopath, and debate whether or not a neon turkey would actually taste good. All on this hellspawned episode of Two Packs a Week presented by Meltdown Comics!

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May 162016
 

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On this episode, On Some Hip Hop Shit brings you the epitome of the collision of Hip Hop and Nerd culture – Cam Archer!

He collects Pop Vinyl figures. He reads comics. He plays video games. He loves Pro Wrestling. He loves Anime. He loves sports.

 

Not only does he voraciously consume all of this pop culture, but Cam is a true emcee that writes lyrics to video game music and can freestyle upon request. Not only does Cam freestyle in this episode, but he breaks down all the ingredients that went into making him a Hip Hop head. With the 2016 release of his debut album, Cocamania, Cam is looking to do big things with his music career all while paying respect to the pop culture world that shaped his worldview. All on this fantastic episode of On some Hip Hip Sh!t Presented by Meltdown Comics!

Host Wednesday’s Finest and guest host, Rob, also breakdown the recent KRS One v. MC Shan beef.

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Cam’s album, Cocamania, is available on iTunes: https://t.co/8cIhCl9KWU

Yeah. We str8 #onsomehiphopshit

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May 152016
 

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Dan Madigan was a lifelong fan of professional wrestling when a script he wrote got him a meeting with WWE CEO, Vince McMahon. Shortly thereafter he went from staff writer to segment director to helping launch WWE Films. Matt and Dan discuss the myths and realities of professional wrestling, from its rural roots to a multi-billion dollar empire that stages 300 events per year for more than 36 million viewers worldwide. No matter what you may think you know about sports entertainment, we guarantee you’ll learn something new in this episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presetned by Meltdown Comics!

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May 082016
 

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Christine Adams is a full time model and gamer. This Eurasian beauty also happens to be the original live-action Kusanagi from the privately funded PROJECT GITS2051. In light of all the controversy surrounding the recent casting of Scarlett Johansson in Paramount’s big-budget Ghost in the Shell remake (and the subsequent accusations of whitewashing), Matt thought it would be a good idea to get some perspective from the first real, live girl to play the part. Matt and Christine talk about how a modeling career can launch from playing Dungeons & Dragons and the challenges for people of color in the white dominated world of American movies. Listen to it here on this amazing episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics.

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