March 25, 2019
Welcome to DC Post-Crisis Management, a limited monthly series exploring the major Crisis events from 1986 to the present day. Russell Sellers is joined by various guests to explore the meanings, ramifications and quality of the stories while trying not to lose his mind.
As Russell departed House Duke last episode, he received an urgent message from PTBN POP!’s resident queen, Jennifer Smith. She warned him that his mucking around with all these events was causing damage to the time stream and just then the world changed… in a Flash! Now, Russell finds himself in a world that’s familiar but…off. His friends don’t know him, his shows no longer exist, his beloved DC Comics have become a gritty and unrecognizable shadow of their former selves and… who the hell is living in his house?!? He has to find the source of the Flashpoint and restore things to their natural order before he fades away completely.
March 24, 2019
Kelly and Steve return for more Songs With Friends! We make our first trek to Motown when we review the 1971 hit "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)" from The Temptations! We touch on generational views on marriage, floor model televisions, cowardice, desperation, and the importance of putting yourself in the game. After a quick break and Steve's updated candy homework assignment, we move onto "Hard to Concentrate," the 2006 Red Hot Chili Peppers song. Kelly presents this romantic masterpiece while Steve spends the entire segment pointing out that 75 percent of the lyrics are about getting it on. It's as awkward as it sounds. Enjoy!
March 23, 2019
It's another stellar episode of PTBN Pop’s look at Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, the Binge, Please podcast!. Binge, Please is all about streaming TV content-what bingeable shows are worth your time and what streaming services are worth your hard-earned dollars as well as news and reviews about your favorite streaming shows and movies. This 2nd episode talks about what's coming and going on Netflix in April, what's the latest news in streaming TV and host Todd Weber brings in PTBN Original Jordan Duncan to review the notable documentary "Abducted in Plain Sight" as found on Netflix.
March 22, 2019
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. In Off the Page, the boys take a look at comic book media outside the books themselves -- games, TV shows, movies and so forth. Captain Marvel Month comes to a close as the boys review the Disney animated pilot "Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors." This TV movie serves as a crash course in all things Kamala Khan, the modern Ms. Marvel, and the HTF also learn about characters like Patriot, America Chavez and the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl! The boys also get some outside input from Nick's daughter, Olivia!
March 21, 2019
Got podcast fatigue from the endless hemming and hawing over who will win it all for your NCAA Tournament needs? Adam Murray and Andrew Riche, Place To Be Nation's NBA-Team, are here to cure your ills and put an NBA twist on our picks for every single round of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament... in less than 30 minutes! So suit up, buckle up, and enjoy the annual NCAA-Team show!
March 20, 2019
Welcome to The Sunday Groove, where David Sunday discusses a musical topic each month with the help of a guest. This episode features Jason Sherman who has been on Freak Out Drive-in, The Great Debate, and now hosts E-Ticket Attraction. This is his second appearance on this show and we discuss 5 more albums from this time period that stand the test of time and are still really great. Please contact me @SundayGroovePTB on twitter, or David Sunday on Facebook and let me know your thoughts and suggestions for future episodes.
March 19, 2019
In the third episode of The Year In Pop, co-hosts Andy Atherton and Scott Criscuolo are joined by J Arsenio D’Amato and George Ribellino to discuss all of the goings on in the news, sports, TV, music and movies for the year 1974. The guys talk in depth about President Nixon’s resignation, “The Rumble In The Jungle”, Hank Aaron’s breaking of Babe Ruth’s career home run record, Happy Days, Little House On The Prairie & Blazing Saddles.
March 18, 2019
Welcome to the Marvel Age Master Class Podcast! Each month, former Marvel Editorial Director of Digital Media Ben Morse joins with a member of PTBN Comics’ very own Sarcastic Four (Nick Duke, Tim Capel, Russell Sellers or Todd Weber) to take a closer look at the year previously highlighted in that same month’s Marvel Age Podcast! Ben brings his wealth of behind-the-scenes knowledge to catch things the S4 missed and brings his unique perspective to talk about the stories and creators of the selected year.
Ben’s Forensic Fourteenth episode takes a concentrated look at the rest of the finest of Marvel Comics’ output throughout 1969. Ben is joined by “The Manager” Todd Weber from the Sarcastic Four to talk about Captain America, the Avengers, Captain Mar-Vell and the Uncanny X-Men; Morse & Weber discuss the work of creators Stan Lee, Jim Steranko, Sal Buscema, Barry Smith, Roy Thomas, Gene Colan, John Buscema and Neal Adams; Ben and Todd talk about character returns from the Red Skull, Magneto and Ultron as well as debuts from the Falcon, the Squadron Sinister, Sauron and the Savage Land Mutates.
March 15, 2019
*SPOILER WARNING* Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. Now, by listener request, Greg and Nick are embarking on a chronological voyage through the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Captain Marvel Month rolls on as the boys give their SPOILER-FILLED review of the current #1 movie in America, Captain Marvel! Does Brie Larsen bring the Carol Danvers of the comics onto the big screen? What about the usage of classic Marvel alien figures? Where does this one rank in the MCU? Listen at your own peril, as this one has spoilers a-plenty!
March 13, 2019
Welcome, welcome to the debut edition of the PTBN E-Ticket Attraction! The podcast for all your theme park needs! Join host Jason Sherman as he welcomes Andy Atherton and Neil Trama as they discuss the happiest place on Earth, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom! Here they’ll discuss their personal memories, their favorite and LEAST favorite rides and attractions, as well as give you the low down on the best places to chow down. The guys also talk about the future of the park and what they are looking forward to. Jason also gives his thoughts on the recent festival to grace Epcot, the Festival of the Arts, as he tells you the best eats and drinks. So sit back, make sure your safety harness is fastened and all your personal items are stored away as you enter the PTBN E-Ticket Attraction!
March 10, 2019
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. Over the course of their travels through comicdom, they have encountered numerous stories via the wonder of trade paperbacks and graphic novels. Once a month, Nick and Greg will review one of those collections in The Longbook Hunters. In this edition, CAPTAIN MARVEL MONTH continues as the boys review the first volume of Kelly Sue DeConnick’s acclaimed run on Captain Marvel, “In Pursuit of Flight!” Witness as Ms. Marvel becomes Captain Marvel!
March 9, 2019
On this special Podblast, Andy Atherton, JT Rozzero and Mike Cook get together to discuss PTBN’s Greatest Candy Tournament. The guys break down all of the first round matchups as well as discuss their personal favorite candies and how far they’ll make it through the field of 128. Will the number one seeds of Snickers, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Starbursts and Jolly Ranchers represent each of their respective regions in the Final Four? Will candies such as Kit Kats, Blow Pops, Peanut M&M’s or Skittles go on runs through the brackets? Or perhaps a Cinderella story like Payday, Ande’s Candies, Jawbreakers, or Dots will shock the field? This is must-listen before you fill out personal bracket. May the best candy win!
March 8, 2019
Welcome to PTBN Pop's latest podcast, Binge, Please. Binge, Please is all about streaming TV content-what bingeable shows are worth your time and what streaming services are worth your hard-earned dollars? This debut episode talks about the show's format, what streaming tv devices are used and what cord-cutting options are out there, as well as a review of Hulu's PEN15. Join host Todd Weber as he navigates the world of streaming tv and movies--are we going to review Umbrella Academy? Binge, Please.