Researcher and author Peter Levenda returns for an in-depth discussion about the real-world roots of Marvel’s nefarious Hydra syndicate. He reveals the Verified Truth about the post-war Nazi intelligence apparatus, and the uncomfortable fact that Hitler may have survived the bunker and escaped to Indonesia! You don’t want to miss this mind-blowing episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy. Presented by Gallery 30 South and Meltdown Comics!
This is what this show is all about. Natasha and dating coach and host of the Dates and Mates podcast, Damona Hoffman, explore how commitment-phobia manifests (you might be surprised about all the ways it shows), why they believe people have a fear of commitment, and Damona gives tips on how to recognize the signs in yourself and others. If you feel stuck in your dating life or confused about the person you’re with, this is the episode for you. Listen to this informative and fun episode of Kinda Dating, presented by Meltdown Comics.
Making it in the movies is always a challenge, but for aspiring Monster Makers and Prop Builders, catching a break can seem impossible. “Evil” Ted Smith has worked on major TV, Film and Stage shows, and on this episode of Pod Sequentialism, he reveals the secret to getting noticed in Creature FX. Listen up to the wisdom bombs dropped right here on this fantastic episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!
Guest Gail Golden (“Mrs. Claus” in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade) joins her son (!) Geoffrey Golden for an enchanted episode of Two Packs, the trading card comedy show! This week, they open packs of fairy tale cards – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1994) and The Adventures of Pinocchio (1996) trading cards. While opening the packs, they discuss Pepe the Knockoff Cricket, the attempted murder of Snow White by the dwarfs, and actress Gail’s many roles, including Mrs. Claus, a mischievous skunk, and refrigerator gas. All on this nose-lengthening episode of Two Packs presented by Meltdown Comics!
You were once in love, or maybe you were just fucking. Either way, at one point you spent a lot of time with this person, heck they may even have been important to you. But for one reason or another it didn’t work out. And you still, sorta, like them as a human. So, can you really be friends with your now ex? Can you put the feelings aside and keep it platonic? Natasha decided to get to the heart of this issue by consulting, none other than, one of her exes! Awkward. Former VH1 producer Chay Lee joins Natasha as they discuss the ground rules, terms of agreement, whatever you want to call it for being friends with your ex (oh and all the things that can go wrong) in this funny, very personal episode of Kinda Dating, presented by Meltdown Comics.