This week, The PoP!-Cast asks “What is D23 and where did it come from?”. Lee and Kelly mark out over the Mexican and Japanese wrestling they watched, respectively, Knize wishes he never went looking for those god damn Riddler trophies, plus, The PoP!-Casthas a brand new sponsor! Be sure to listen to this week’s break, don’t be a f—ing idiot!
0:11:41 Hellhouse Fax
0:18:45 Hit List Top 5 Anime
0:43:31 Return of the Living Deadpool #4
0:50:34 Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #1
0:57:16 Posehn/Duggan Run
1:26:13 Deadpool #42
1:31:49 Deadpool #43
Another episode already. Just to brighten Mahoney’s week. We love you, man.
The “Internet Wrestling Geek Prodigy” Kelly Harrass and “The Once and Future King of Useless Information” Michael Melchor are back slightly earlier than expected to talk RAWlternative. We run down the stream and discuss which performers, companies, and moments made us glad we didn’t bother with Raw. Plus, some discussion on NJPW/CMLL FantasticaMania, wrestling cavemen having great matches, and upcoming shows to look forward to – including one from CZW?! Plus a new segment: The Awesomeness Of.
Opening Theme: The NEW PCW Theme!
Closing music: Kanye West – “Hell of a Life” (Ethan Page’s entrance music)
This week, we had a comedy show, a large smattering news about Seirra coming back, Daryl from the Walking Dead maybe batting for a different team and yeah, we saw Ninja Turtles. All this with friend of the store, Travis Fowler! The show is doing it big.
The Super-Fly Podcast: Mario Kart Double Dash was great
Closing music: Therapy? – “Breaking the Law”
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