Jul 262016
 

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Guests Joan Ford (Nerdist), Mike Levine (The Onion), Erika Iishi (Geek & Sundry), and Roger Barr (i-Mockery) join host Geoffrey Golden in a special episode recorded live at a lovely library several blocks away from San Diego Comic-Con 2016! The FOUR guests open THREE all-star packs – Dinosaurs Attack, Rad Dudes, and Skeleton Warriors – and the show was recorded with TWO different audio devices for ONE audience member. As they open the cards, they guess how much Tim Burton paid for the Dinosaurs Attacks license, the horrifying anatomy of the Rad Dudes, and a tricky hypothetical question involving a future-predicting magical floating skull. All on this oddly recorded episode of Two Packs a Week presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Two Packs a Week

Joan Ford

Mike Levine

Erika Iishi

Roger Barr

Geoffrey Golden

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All the Feelings
i-Mockery
Erika Iishi on Twitch

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Producer – Mason Booker

Engineer – Mason Booker

Opening Theme by Matt Myers

Logo by Kenny Keil

 

Jul 262016
 

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Guest Oneno shares anecdotes from his world tours with artists like Beck, Liz Phair, and Rhianna, as well as philosophies on life, the universe, and everything. The show covers everything from playing with Eminem to Astro Physics and sacred Geometry. Listen to this rocking new episode of The Pistol and Dagger Society presented by Meltdown Comics.

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Produced by Ken Goldstein and Adam Silverstein

Talent: Oneno, Ken Goldstein, and Sadie May

Audio Engineer: Mason Booker

Jul 242016
 

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Please welcome and then IMMEDIATELY check out the most REMARKABLE NEW PODCAST to hit the Meltdown Network!!!

A podcast set In an alternate dimension, Hosts Ezra and Tita interview people who live and work alongside The Remarkables, the growing number of super-powered people who live among us… So much has been written about them. From studio films of their adventures, to fan fiction devoted to uncovering their secret identities and the secret lives of Remarkables such as The Patriot and Maverick. But no one has talked to the people who work with them. The henchman, the sidekicks, the lawyers that represent them, the cops who have to work alongside them. All doing the unremarkable work that stays off the radar. That’s what The Remarkables podcast presented by Meltdown Comics is here to fix.

This episode of the newest season starts with a huge get for Tita and Ezra. A face to face interview with an actual Henchman! Learn what they liked to be called (hint: it’s not Henchman) and find out more of the unfolding mystery surrounding the strange phenomenon of shedding, the controversial theory that in some circumstances, a Remarkables’ powers can rub off on someone who is in their physical proximity for an extended period of time. Listen to it all right here on 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

Jul 242016
 

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David Gregory is a veteran of independent film licensing and home video sales The founder of Severin Films (now celebrating its 10th anniversary), David was also a principal at Blue Undergound, where he directed numerous special feature documentaries and helped establish the gold standard of DVD extras. His most recent theatrical film, Lost Souls, has been hailed as one of the best films about a film ever made. On this informative episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy you’ll learn how a film fanatic from Nottingham, England turned his life-long obsession with genre movies into an award-winning career in Hollywood–and you’ll also learn how to follow in his footsteps. So sit back and enjoy Matt and Dave’s Independent Film Licensing master class. All right here on Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Produced by Mason Booker

Engineered by Mason Booker

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

Logo design by Joshua Geisler www.selfuno.com

Jul 222016
 

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I’m joined by Davien Watkins and we talk about his journey breaking into music. Hailing from Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw area of L.A. , Davien talks going from an internship to his Priority records, The ‘Good Life’ Hip Hop scene in 90’s LA. We talk how he got the nickname “Supa Dave” and his transition from music to comic strips with his creation of his superhero “Notes”. Ultimately we talk inspiration and acting from Method man, Ice cube, and we look forward to more from the world of Superhero Enterprises. Check it ouuuutttt On Some Hip Hop Shit! Presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Yeah. We str8 #onsomehiphopshit

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

Presented by Meltdown Comics

Our theme is Produced by King SMO of the Animal Crackers

Artwork by Self Uno.

Tweet to us @ our brand new handle @somehiphopshit.