Feb 092016

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Meltdown Presents: Anime Attic: #03 Blood Reign Curse of the Undead Yoma

What dos it mean to be a ninja? How about a Samurai? Join hosts Mason and Raven as we explore this little known two episode OVA series that tackles big questions about free will all while fighting demons and objectifying women in the first ever “MANIME” episode. Where we review anime that is clearly targeted towards men. Complete with beautiful weak willed women and unstoppable Clint Eastwood type badass heroes with serious bromance issues. There’s something for everyone to either love or hate in this one! Check it out!

#anime #bromance #manime #deepmomentswithraven #animeattic #shonen #classicanime


Produced and engineered by Mason Booker

Logo by Laura Darby www.Lauradarby.com



Feb 082016

Check out Meltdown’s New crazy retro trading card comedy show Two Packs a Week! Join host Geoffrey Golden and a special guest as they crack open packs of bizarre, retro trading cards from The A-Team to Xena: Dangerous Liaisons. While they discover what’s inside, they discuss forgotten pop culture, geeky childhood memories, and a thoughtful exploration of the human condition through a post-post-modern lens. (Or, y’know, Garbage Pail Kids.)

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#1: The Rub-Off Olympics

TOP SECRET TIP: Listen to this inaugural episode of Two Packs a Week, the trading card comedy show, and maybe you’ll discover a warp whistle or something? Join host Geoffrey Golden and his special guest Jordan Morris (Jordan Jesse Go!) as they open up Ms. Pac-Man and Nintendo GamePack “rub-off” ( O_O ) trading cards from the 80s. Along the way, they discuss using ancient gum as a prison weapon, the bedroom adventures of Mr. and Ms. Pac-Man, and of course, Mario’s abusive step-father Williams.

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Producer – Mason Booker

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Opening Theme by Matt Myers

“Biking in the Park” by Lee Rosevere

Logo by Kenny Keil

Feb 072016

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Meltdown Presents: Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy #015 – Finding a Publisher

Ann Shen is a recent art school graduate working on her first book, Bad Girls Throughout History, to be published by Chronicle Books in Fall 2016. Matt asks Ann how she landed that book deal, and how life plans can change and change back on the way to realizing your dreams. If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to find a publisher, this is the podcast for you!

Produced by Mason Booker.

Engineered by Mason Booker

Theme music “Rumble” provided by www.Bensound.com

Logo design by Joshua Geisler www.selfuno.com.

Feb 072016


Book stores aren’t supposed to exist anymore. Especially independent ones.

The sad truth is that, at one point, Amazon and waning attention spans massacred these outlets, turning customers into e-shoppers and proprietors into paupers. Which is why exceptions have to be exceptional.

Meltdown Comics on Sunset Boulevard is one of those special misfits.

It’s a 10,000 square foot playground offering cartooning and writing classes, open mics, events, shows—the store’s even spawned a network television series starring names even non-geeks recognize. Oh yeah, and the place also sells comics. Tons. Everything from the spandex set to avant garde graphic novels. French, Spanish, Japanese creations, lots of toys, plus books with characters who grapple with love, rejection, and how to pay the rent—issues the store’s 45 year-old bearded Chilean owner has faced repeatedly for the past 26 years.

“I lucked out,” said Gaston Dominguez-Letelier, who opened Meltdown in 1993 with his then-wife Ilia. “I do daily what I love. When I started out, it was scary. Because if I fail, I’m done. So there was no option to fail.” Read the rest of the article here: http://smashd.co/take-a-page-from-meltdown/

Feb 052016

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Meltdown Comics presents History of the Batman with Londyn! – Episode 33: Batman’s Many Deaths in DC Comics

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It’s a common practice in comic book tales that a character dies and then, by some miracle, is resurrected. Looking at Batman’s incredible 76 year history, many of the Batman Family members have died and come back to life, sometimes even by surprising the audience. In recent New 52 comics, Bruce Wayne’s Batman apparently died alongside the Joker and now another is the Dark Knight of Gotham City. But this isn’t the first or even second time that Batman has died in DC Comics. In this week’s podcast, Londyn and co-host Adam Silverstein will look at ten different times our hero has died or has seemingly died in comic books in the last 76 years of Pre-New 52 continuity. The Batman represents the ultimate human, with peak physical and mental capacities yet he still has emotions and flaws. This list will demonstrate that even this dark vigilante cannot hide forever from his own humanity or from the glooming shadow of the Grim Reaper.

Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.

Engineered by Mason Booker


Logo design by Hannah Nance Partlow, hannahnance.com.

#05 – The Album Club ‘3 for all’ episode

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Meltdown Presents: On Some Hip Hop Sh!t: #05 – The Album Club ‘3 for all’ episode

Hosts @Bschultz808 and @wedsfinest are joined by the @Madtwiinz we get our full Rap sommelier on.

We go deep on 3 works by Kendrick Lamar, Public Enemy and Ice Cube. Inspired by VH1’s The Breaks and writer/director (friend of the show) Seith Mann, we took a look back to 1990.

Moved by the lyrical and musical DNA that these records share, we HAD to fast forward to 2015 and discuss Kendrick Lamar’s strangely underrated musical opus in the context of his lyrical forefathers, Ice Cube and Chuck D.

Yeah. We str8 #onsomehiphopshit

Itunes links to the albums discussed

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To Pimp a Butterfly



AmeriKKKas Most Wanted



produced by B. Schultz of Street Legends Ink and Adam Silverstein

Presented by Meltdown Comics

Engineered by Mason Booker

and recorded at The Meltcast studios, 7522 Sunset blvd in Hollywood, CA

Our theme is Produced by King SMO of the Animal Crackers

Artwork by Self Uno.

tweet to us @ our brand new handle @onsomehiphopshit.