Aug 202017
 

Ohhhh snap y’all it’s 1996 vs 1997. The worst CGI in the history of the god damn world vs honestly probably the best. Spawn vs Matilda. You guess which is which. I dares ya.

Warning: Andy, honey, you poor thing.

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Participants: Dan Brozo, Andy Boyd, James Pugh, and Dirk Stenger.

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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Host and Creator: Matt Kennedy

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Aug 142017
 

Dixie AKA Josie Johnson is an ex-stripper, nerd, gamer, wife and cam model. We talk her transition from the pole to a desk job, she and I’s checkered past, the emotional labor of stripping, her finding empowerment through stripping after abusive relationships, our dating/marrying younger men, her plastic surgery and creating boundaries. Presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Dixie AKA Josie Johnson

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Creator and Host: Kasey Koop.

Producer and Audio Engineer: Mason Booker.

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