Feb 232017
 

In this ep B. Schultz a.k.a. Brando Calrissian, a.k.a Bomb Draper chops it up with the Hip Hop collective  FairRose X Sussioty.
We talk Apollo’s comic buying spree and the group opening up for Warren G.   We talk rap alter egos shouts out to the Wu!  We talk with Frankie about the Grime scene in London and Kenyan based producers. And Stone Wvlls Witness and Gigi play us brand new music. We had fun,  on some hip hop shit.

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Yeah. We str8

IG: @onsomehiphopshit

Tweet to us @ our brand new handle @somehiphopshit.

produced by B. Schultz of Street Legends Ink and Mason Booker.

Presented by Meltdown Comics

Our theme is Produced by King SMO of the Animal Crackers

Feb 202017
 

Dian Bachar is this generation’s Dick Miller, having turned in scene-stealing performances in many geek-loved films like Orgasmo, Baseketball, and Galaxy Quest. An early collaborator of South Park‘s Matt Stone & Trey Parker, Dian reveals the secrets of a success as a comedic actor with a very specific fan base on this episode of  Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!

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This Week’s Guest:

Dian Bachar

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Produced by Mason Booker

Engineered by Matt Kennedy

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

Feb 192017
 

Meeting the best friends can make your relationship, or break it. Without their approval, all your hard work could be meaningless. So, what exactly can you do to make a good first impression on the best friend? Natasha decided to ask her own best friends, actress Kara Duncan and hair stylist Nina Foot, to break down the importance of getting on their good side, what they are looking for and how to keep their girl happy, in this ridiculous, silly, but informative episode of Kinda Dating, presented by Meltdown Comics.

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This Week’s Guests:

Nina Foot and Kara Duncan

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YT: @natashachandel

Creator and Host: Natasha Chandel.

Producer and Audio Engineer: Mason Booker.

Associate Producer: Aisha Holden.

Theme Music: Joe Lorenzetti.

Logo Character Illustration: Jenna Yenik.

Feb 182017
 

Guest Julia Prescott (Cartoon Network) joins host Geoffrey Golden for Two Packs, the trading card comedy show! This week, they open packs of Fox TV cards – Sliders (1997) and Fox Kids Network (1995). While opening the packs, they discuss their high school moneymaking schemes, the worst part of Sliders (Kromaggs) and the best part of Sliders (episodes without Kromaggs), and how early 90s CG was a bad look for a beloved X-Man. All this on this dimension-hopping episode of Two Packs presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Credits:

Producer – Mason Booker

Engineer – Mason Booker

Opening Theme by Matt Myers

“Biking in the Park” by Lee Rosevere

Logo by Kenny Keil

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Feb 152017
 

Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con Launches
Monthly Streaming
Monthly Interview Events
Live From Meltdown Comics Hollywood

Los Angeles Comic Con’s “A Conversation With…” Streams Live via www.Meltcomics.com the First Wednesday of Every Month Beginning March 8
with Guest Duncan Rouleau,
Co-Founder of Man of Action Studios

 Co-Hosted by L.A. Comic Con CEO Keith Tralins
and Meltdown Comics’ Adam Parker

“A Conversation With…” Features Several of Today’s Most Celebrated Names In Pop Culture
Live and Direct From Meltdown Comics In Hollywood

For Immediate Release:

LOS ANGELES (2/15/2017) – Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con has set Wednesday March 8 for the launch of L.A. Comic Con Presents A Conversation With…at Meltdown, a monthly series of one-hour live streaming interviews featuring several or the most prominent creative talents in pop culture.

Produced by L.A. Comic Con and Meltdown Comics, and streamed live from Meltdown Comics on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, L.A. Comic Con Presents A Conversation With…at Meltdown is open to the public, beginning with a meet and greet, participate in the audience Q&A portion of the program and an opportunity to purchase each guest’s merchandise. Each conversation will be a casual master class on creating best-of-breed pop culture entertainment.

Co-hosted by L.A. Comic Con CEO Keith Tralins and Meltdown’s Adam Parker, L.A. Comic Con Presents A Conversation With…kicks off with Duncan Rouleau, celebrated comic book writer-artist and a founding member of the creative think tank and studio MAN OF ACTION ENTERTAINMENT.  Together with fellow partners Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle, Rouleau created the Cartoon Network original animated series Ben 10, along with the spin-off series Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, two live action made-for TV-movies, and a live stage show.  As a comic book illustrator, Rouleau contributed to a variety of popular titles for Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, Image Comics and Marvel Comics, including the 8-issue miniseries The Metal Men for DC Comics and the Marvel Comics super-hero Big Hero 6 In collaboration with Steven T. Seagle.  Rouleau also serves as co-executive producer on Disney XD’s Avenger’s Assemble.

Each month’s event begins at 7:00pm for the in-store meet and greet, followed at 7:30pm for the hour program.  The streaming feed can be accessed via Meltdown’s website located at www.meltcomics.com.

“We are excited to team with Meltdown Comics for our monthly video streaming series A Conversation With…and look forward to making the program a part of the pop culture media landscape,” said Tralins. “This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about how creators go about the business of creating, and should please anyone who craves learning more about the creative process.”

“We are pleased to serve as the streaming home for A Conversation With…and join forces with Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con in presenting the series to fans of comic books, sci-fi entertainment and all categories of pop culture throughout the country and around the world,” said F. Dominguez.

About Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con:

Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con is Los Angeles’ biggest and best large-scale, multi-media pop culture convention. Held annually Halloween weekend at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con assembles the most exciting and innovative in comics, video games, sci-fi, fantasy, horror and all things pop-culture. Partnering with comic legend Stan Lee himself and Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con is the only pop-culture convention owned and operated by true pop-culture icons. With a mission to provide celebrity, creator and talent access that is unequalled in comic conventions, Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con’s unique panels, autograph sessions and photo-ops give fans once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to truly interact with their favorite creators and major players in the entertainment industry.  Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con is a partnership of Stan Lee’s Pow! Entertainment, Cassandra Peterson, and Comikaze Entertainment, Inc.  Visit http://www.stanleeslacomiccon.com/. This year’s Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con will be October 27-29, 2017.

About Meltdown Comics:

Established in 1993, Meltdown Comics serves as the mecca for all things comic book, comedy, podcasting, and pop culture related.  Located in the heart of Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard, Meltdown is the recipient of accolades from such leading trendsetters “Best of LA: LA Weekly, “Best of LA: LA Magazine, “Best Comedy: LA Weekly, “Top 50 things why LA kicks ass: LA Weekly, “Best Store: Playboy Magazine and “Top 10 stores you must visit before you die.”  Visit Meltdown at www.meltcomics.com.

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