Saturday, April 22, 2017

CP Episode 49: Sci Fighters 4--Marvel Vs DC


In this episode we play another round of Sci-Fighters. This time we take the movie and TV versions of some of our favorite Marvel and DC comic book characters and pit them against each other until we have a victor.

We also take a few minutes to talk about the season premier of Doctor Who and Class as well as some of the other things we've been watching. Plus, we try to decide how to watch American Gods without paying an arm and a leg.

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Saturday, April 8, 2017

PD Episode 13: MarkAdam Miller


Starfleet: The International Star Trek Fan Association has chapters all across the United States. Each of them has their own identity as the crew of a ship with the name of their choosing. In Birmingham, Alabama the ship is known as the U.S.S. Hephaestus and it's commanding officer is MarkAdam Miller.

Born in Ohio, MarkAdam has been a fan of Star Trek since he was a kid when he'd have to barter with his brother for control of the TV in order to get his Trek fix. He has a lot of memories of the show and a lot of lessons that he's learned from watching it.

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If you would like to come on the show and share with me the story of your Star Trek fandom then please email me at mail@cosmicpotato.com. I'm always looking for more stories.

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Friday, April 7, 2017

CP Episode 48: Sci-Fighters 3--Temporal Showdown


In this episode we welcome back Rick and Joe and gear up to play another round of Sci-Fighters! This time we're using characters that have traveled in time and some point in their respective film or TV series. So what happens when you pit the Borg Queen against the T-1000? Will Barry Allen be a match for Bill and Ted? Can Marty McFly outmaneuver Harry Potter? We go into deep detail and analyze all of these theoretical battles and a whole lot more.

We also give reviews of Logan and Power Rangers amidst the madness and John takes us through a new round of the Geek Alphabet.

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Saturday, April 1, 2017

CP Ep 47: Special Guest--Ming Chen


On this episode John and I got to talk to Ming Chen. He's one of the stars of AMC's Comic Book Men which is a show that takes place in Jay And Silent Bob's Secret Stash, a comic book store in Redbank, New Jersey owned by Kevin Smith. Ming is going to be one of the guests at Magic City Con this year. He came on the show to talk about his experiences with comic book conventions. We also talked about the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to films and TV shows based on comic books.

We had a great time talking to Ming. You can find Comic Book Men airing on Sunday nights after The Walking Dead and The Talking Dead. He also hosts two podcasts. I Sell Comics and The Ming And Mike Show are both available on iTunes. If you'd like to learn more about Magic City Con and possibly pick up some tickets you can visit their website at magiccitycon.com.

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Friday, March 17, 2017

CP Episode 46: The Millennial Falcon Crossover

In this episode we had a crossover event with The Millennial Falcon Podcast. That show is a pop culture podcast hosted by three geeky millennials...and we had two of them. We got together to talk about the movies and TV shows that each generation considers to be essential to who they are. We also talked about game changers, which are films and shows that changed the way things are made in the future.

If you'd like to learn more about The Millennial Falcon Podcast go visit their website at millennialfalconpodcast.wordpress.com.

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Saturday, March 11, 2017

CP Episode 45: "What's In The Box?"

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In this episode we pay tribute to the late, great Bill Paxton...discuss this year's Oscar flubs...talk about why I don't think Moonlight should have won...debate the politics of the Oscars...and run down our most favorite movie quotes.

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Sunday, February 26, 2017

CP Episode 44: The Family Friendly Experimentation


After a few weeks off John and I were able to get together with Rick and talk about our favorite family friendly programming. These are our favorite TV shows and movies that we like to let our kids watch or that we like to watch with them. If you're a parent then you might learn about a few new shows that you didn't know about before. If you know someone with kids that you think could benefit from this topic then please forward a link to the episode to them.

A few of the other things that we talk about: Ben Affleck is not directing The Batman; Kevin Smith is directing a new episode of Supergirl with special guest Teri Hatcher; Peter Capaldi is leaving Doctor Who; James Cameron may reboot The Terminator; and Stephen King and Steven Spielberg are bringing Castle Rock to Hulu.

I also had a special interview this week with Matthew Goodson-Orr that you'll get to hear. He's one of the guys that is heading up BoroughCon in New York City. It's a brand new convention and I hope some of you guys that live in that area or that may be in that area in May will think about dropping by. If you want to find out more about it then you can go to their Facebook page here.
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