Talky Tuesdays

I actually hate this picture of me, but it seems like a good representation of me reveling in the thought of the 50 or 60 people who tune in to hear me pontificate on matters pop culture. This time around, I have more than one podcast to pimp, so I figure it requires a more generic visual to go with it.

First of all, Episode 8 of Dream Journal, Fanbase Press’s series breaking down DC/Vertigo and Neil Gaiman’s seminal comic book series, The Sandman. This episode focuses on the anthology collection, “World’s End.” As usual, I’m joined by the other members of POPSKL, a podcast group I’ve formed with a great group of smart and talented creators, all of whom have OPINYUNS.

Secondly, do you honestly believe that I could let Wonder Woman 1984 be released without me having something to say about it? Superhero movies are (mostly) my thing, and the 80s are when Wonder Woman was at her best thanks to George Perez (not that we discuss his work). Again, this is thanks to the good people at Fanbase Press, and it features my fellow POPSKL, Claire Thorne.

If you’re looking for good, geek-themed podcastery, you should check these out.

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