Aug 172017

When images of Zazie Beetz in Deadpool 2 surfaced, the internet went haywire. Bearing little resemblance to the Domino of record, is this an example of casting to generate controversy rather than advance diversity? Theories abound on this week’s episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Aug 142017

You’re probably looking at this title thinking, “hmm. Who the heck are these two characters,” But then you’re all like, “Ahhh hell yeah it’s the guy from Apocalypse Now and the guy from Dune. Those movies, and to a lesser extent the musical versions of both, are siiiiiick.”

Warning: Oysters: yea or nay?

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Aug 142017

In this episode, Alison Tompkins (aka, hip hop superstar “ISIS”) drops by the studio not to drop some lyrical bombs, but to talk about how sometimes good Superman stories come in SMALLVILLE packages–specifically, the Smallville episode “Crimson” presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Alison Tompkins

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