Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy has hosted dozens of talented guests–many of whom have produced something perfect for you or someone you know, so we thought it fit the spirit of Thanksgiving to share our 2016 Holiday Buyer’s Guide! It just might help you win the white elephant party this year! Check it out right here on this holiday spectacular episode of Pod Sequnetialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
This Thanksgiving holiday, Londyn had the pleasure of speaking with Athena Finger, the granddaughter of Batman co-creator Bill Finger! Londyn and co-host / producer Mason Booker talk with Athena about her grandfather’s incredible and important contributions to crafting the Bat-Man character with co-creator Bob Kane in 1939, the controversial history and journey of Bill Finger receiving recognition by DC Comics for co-creating this pop culture icon and what future projects are in store to continue celebrating Mr. Finger’s work not just for the Batman mythos but also for the DC Universe. Without Bill Finger’s changes to the original design of Kane’s Bat-Man, to developing mythology such as the Batcave and the Batmobile, to writing his thrilling adventures, we wouldn’t have the Dark Knight we all know and love today. Listen in to Batman history at its finest and a special Thanksgiving surprise on this week’s episode of History of the Batman with Londyn! presented by Meltdown Comics and Collectibles!
We’ve all been through some shit. For Thanksgiving, Natasha wanted to talk about being grateful … even for the negative moments in our lives and relationships. Seems impossible, right?! Don’t worry, it’s very possible! But it is! Family Therapist Scott Tobin helps bring perspective and grace in this moving episode of Kinda Dating so we can let go of all that weight we carry relationship to relationship and celebrate the holidays happily. Presented by Meltdown Comics.
Van Saro is a gallery exhibiting street artist using classical painting skills to expose the corruption and hypocrisy of modern society. His latest exhibition, Concrete Jungle, is a metaphor for the struggles of American immigrants. If you’ve lost sight of the American Dream, this episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy might inspire you to pick up a can of spray paint and make a statement.