The Slobberknocker Chronicles – Issue #4: No Time For Entrances

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In episode 4, Thomas and I review WrestleMania 29. Or is it NY/NJ? Also, I profess my love of Ryback, Thomas gives the Big Show all the props he never gets, we preview Extreme Rules, Thomas makes a case for The Undertaker to headline WrestleMania for the rest of his career, discuss The Rock’s injury, Paul Bearer’s passing, our mutual hate of the WWE app, Thomas vents his frustration with the tag team division, and I explain how Road Dogg is a black man trapped in a white man’s body. Ring the bell or feed us more!

The Slobberknocker Chronicles – Issue #4: No Time For Entrances

Mollyfog The Music – Episode #1: What They Eat…

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In the debut episode, Tom and I listen to some music but mostly we talk about Katherine McPhee, Kelly Clarkson, cheese fries, how to turn your man on, American Idol’s faults, R. Kelly’s trash not being taken out, Karen Gillan and Selfie, Louise Wener, Donald Glover’s feelings, Taylor Swift’s Saving Jane knock off, as  well as musical observations!

Featured:
R. Kelly – Real Talk
Saving Jane – Girl Next Door
Childish Gambino – III. Telegraph Ave. (“Oakland” by Lloyd)
Katherine  McPhee – Some Boys
Junior Senor – Move Your Feet
Sleeper – Sale Of The Century

Mollyfog The Music – Episode #1: What They Eat…

http://open.spotify.com/user/bhyphen/playlist/2WZp8XpFmNOCY7oud4KeL4

Better In The Dark – Episode #160.5: The Many Shades of Heroism – Ant-Man, Edgar Wright, and the State of the Superhero Film

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Tom and Derrick’s look at Edgar Wright’s departure from Ant-Man becomes a freewheeling discussion of what Marvel is doing right, what DC is doing wrong, and whatever the hell Fox and Sony think they’re doing. Along the way, The Boys Outta Brooklyn review Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, curse Frank Miller, bless Mark Waid, and struggle to fill the plot holes in The Nolanverse! You know you wanna know why Derrick loves Brett Ratner, so get to clicking! (And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter at @BITDShow!)

Better In The Dark – Episode #160.5: The Many Shades of Heroism – Ant-Man, Edgar Wright, and the State of the Superhero Film

Life During Wartime: Raw vs. Nitro 1996 (Week 1)

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If you’ve ever taken even a cursory glance through the history of the WWE and pro wrestling in general, you’re probably aware of something which has become known as the Monday Night Wars. For those of you that don’t know, and can’t look it up on Wikipedia or anything like that, the Monday Night Wars was a period of time (I’d personally say 1995-2001, but it could be argued that tensions were pushed even earlier) when Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Federation was in direct competition with World Championship Wrestling, which was owned by Ted Turner but operated by Eric Bischoff, while promotions like ECW and Smokey Mountain Wrestling went on in the background.

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