Guest Erin Mallory Long (Cracked) joins host Geoffrey Golden for Two Packs, the trading card comedy show! This week, they open packs of cool teen cards – Archie Comics Cards (1992) and Beverly Hills 90210 (1991). While opening the packs, they discuss how everyone in Riverdale is constantly ogling Veronica in her bikinis, how the male characters on 90210 are physically indistinguishable, and they try to solve the mystery of what’s up with Jughead. All this on the love triangle that is Two Packs presented by Meltdown Comics!
Everything is AWESOME this week because your host Londyn and co-host/engineer Mason Booker are joined by the one and only Chris McKay, director of Warner Bros. latest Batman cinematic film “The LEGO Batman Movie” out this Friday, February 10! Londyn chats with Chris about his first memories of Batman from the tv show Super Friends to Frank Miller’s ‘Batman: The Dark Knight Return’, how he became involved with projects such as Robot Chicken and Moral Orel and his time spent on directing both 2014’s ‘The LEGO Movie’ and 2017’s ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’! Listen in as Chris tells us what were his inspirations for creating the Batman mythology we see in the film, Londyn’s promising film debut in the future LEGO universe and why ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ is fun for both young and old Batman fans! All on this exciting episode presented by Meltdown Comics!
Oh my god it was the BIG GAME this last yestertwodaysago and since it was the BIG GAME between the TEAM1 FRANCHISE vs the good ol’ TEAM2 FRANCHISE, we decided to use the BIG GAME as our battleground. It’s Shrek vs the girl from The Ring. Duh.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it might be time to visit your relationship status. Crooner Ryan Brahms and Natasha get into the weeds – is a label really that important? When is the right time to initiate? What if one person wants to make it official but the other doesn’t? Ryan even tries to seduce Natasha with a song! Kidding, but we did get him to sing. You might be surprised with their points of view in yet another funny, opinionated episode of Kinda Dating, presented by Meltdown Comics.