Sep 202016


Guest Jesse Snider (Evil Ernie) joins host Geoffrey Golden for a turtle powered episode of Two Packs a Week, the trading card comedy show! This week, they open packs of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie (1990) and animated series (1989) trading cards. While opening the packs, they discuss the etiquette for relieving yourself in a sewer lair, whether Shredder would actually eat turtle soup if given the opportunity, and the Secret of the Original Theme Song. All on this nunchuck-wielding episode of Two Packs a Week presented by Meltdown Comics!



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Sep 202016


Welcome friend of the show and coffee connoisseur and generally responsible adult, Elijah Elliot!

He’s sitting in for ol’ new-job-James this week as Brad Pitt’s fast talking pikey from Snatch, Mickey O’Niell. Andy loves winning so he picked a character he was positive he’d win with. The best part of the last two X-Men movies, Quicksilver. Let’s take these fellers deep under the sea to a lab. Sealab. 2021.



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But oh I ain’t evah seen a Battlecast fly.

Warning: Real Talk as fugh.

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

Sep 202016


Is “Remarkability” programmable? Once there’s an app for everything, will we even need Remarkables? Our guest today thinks he has a software solution to what engineers have for years said is a hardware problem. Check it out on this exciting episode of the Remarkkables 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

Sep 182016


Youtuber/model Bianca Alexa talks to Natasha about the games we play – from acting too busy to the 3-month rule. It seems like everyone is trying to stay one step ahead of each other. Are we all guilty of it? Is it always a bad thing? You might be surprised with the answers as the girls let loose in this wild episode of Kinda Dating, presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Producer and Audio Engineer: Mason Booker

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Theme Music: Joe Lorenzetti

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Sep 172016


A college degree is becoming increasingly essential in today’s crowded work force-perhaps nowhere more so than in the competitive fields of fine art and education. But the low percentage of guaranteed jobs and the rising cost of tuition means that paying for school has never been more challenging. Michelle Lee (aka Naki) paid her way through one of the world’s most prestigious and expensive Art Schools by doing something both obvious and revolutionary: she created and sold her art. On today’s episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy she shares the secrets and scenarios that made it possible. Listen up and gain some wisdom on this enthralling episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!


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