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On an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, Sully's still strong as the newbies all fall short. The next group of contenders for the crown are magnificent, including Storks and the remake of the Magnificent Seven. Can an animated comedy or a western succeed where the Blair Witch, Bridget Jones, and Snowden could not?

 

Moving to home entertainment, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back, as are the Neighbors and the Free State of Jones. Digital video brings the Purge and a new look at the legend of Tarzan, and television rings up an idiosyncratic mystery tale in Twin Peaks. Finally, the classics celebrate an eigthieth birthday with a thirtieth anniversary.

 

Add in your weekly news with the Quick Flicks, and you have a brand new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, exclusively on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for September 20, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: The Magnificent Seven

 

 

Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – Sully – [Second Week]
#2 – Blair Witch – [New Release]
#3 – Bridget Jones’s Baby – [New Release]
#4 – Snowden – [New Release]
#5 – Don’t Breathe – [-2]
#6 – When the Bough Breaks – [-4]

#7 – Suicide Squad – [-3]
#8 – The Wild Life – [-3]
#9 – Kubo and the Two Strings – [-3]
#10 – Pete’s Dragon – [-3]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – The Lion King (in 3D)
2006 – Jackass Number Two
1996 – The First Wives Club
1986 – Top Gun
1976 – The Front

 

Box Office Premieres for the week of September 23rd, 2016

Wide

The Magnificent Seven – [PG-13]

Storks – [PG]

 

Limited

Queen of Katwe – [PG]
The Dressmaker – [R]

Goat – [R]

The Lovers and the Despot – [NR]

My Blind Brother – [R]

 

 

Home Entertainment for the week of September 20th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows – [PG-13]

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising – [R]

Free State of Jones – [R]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

The Purge: Election Year – [R]

The Legend of Tarzan – [PG-13]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Twin Peaks: The Original Series, Fire Walk With Me, and The Missing Pieces (1990-1992)
The Originals: Season Three (2015)
Modern Family: Season Seven (2015)
2 Broke Girls: Season Five (2015)

 

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

Labyrinth (1986) – [PG]

 

 

Podcast Promos

 

The Anomaly Podcast

Welcome to Anomaly Geek Girl Podcasts and Blog.  Articles and episodes feature topics such as: Sci Fi and Fantasy books, games, movies & television shows, costuming & cosplay, conventions, theatre & general geek culture. There’s a little something here for the geek in every one.

 

 

Quick Flicks

 

The Kingpin may be returning to Daredevil
Star Wars: Rogue One changes composers
Harley Quinn DCU spinoff film
Star Trek: Discovery pushed back to May 2017
Indiana Jones animated fan film

 

Links

 

Visit the Chronic Rift site
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Leave a review on iTunes:  The Chronic Rift

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Michael’s blog at Creative Criticality

Denise’s blog at Accessories Not Included

Direct download: Podioplex092016.mp3
Category:The Weekly Podioplex -- posted at: 8:24am EST
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"Surf''s Up, Joker's Under"

Aired November 16, 1967

 

The Joker plans to become king of the surf by winning the championships at Gotham Point.  Didn't know he could surf, did you?  Well he can, thanks to the reverseramator, he's been able to steal the surfing ability of champion surfer Skip Parker.  It's all part of Joker's scheme to control the minds of the surfing community and in time, the world.  We've seen a similar theme this season with the Riddler, the Penguin, and even Louie the Lilac and this one is the most outlandish - but it works.

 

Joining John to discuss this episode is Dan Greenfield, creator and author of the 13th Dimension website.  In fact, Dan will argue that this may be one of the best episodes, not only of the third season, but of the entire series itself.  Take a listen and let us know what you think.

Comment on the episode here or write thebatcavepodcast@gmail.com.

Direct download: The_Batcave_Podcast_-_Episode_56.mp3
Category:Batcave Podcast -- posted at: 9:23pm EST
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"GIVE EM ENOUGH ROPE"

AIRED: SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

An insurance racket has been operating in the city.  The Hornet looks into the operation when an informant of Mike Axford's is killed as he's about to speak with Axford.  Not only does the Hornet have a lot to deal with in this episode, but so does Britt as he must deal with the lawyer of the man Axford accuses in the pages of the Sentinel of running the insurance ring.

John and Jim have a lot to discuss what with the lame method of roping and killing the intended victims of the racketeers, the ethics of Britt having lunch with the lawyer of the alleged racketeer, and the fact that Miss Case has not been used to her full potential yet.  Let us know what you think of the episode by writing us here or at thebatcavepodcast@gmail.com.

Direct download: The_Hornets_Sting_002.mp3
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On an all-new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, we return to the podcasting airwaves as Tom Hanks returns to the number one position with the story of Sully and the Miracle on the Hudson. Coming up against the airline captain are sequels and real world drama including Bridget Jones, the Blair Witch, and Edward Snowden.

 

Moving to home entertainment, Marvel declares Civil War, the Warrens return to the Conjuring, and a shark terrorizes Blake Lively in The Shallows. Television gets a Big Bang, a trip to Longmire, and a visit from Madam Secretary. We wrap that section with a look back on Stand By Me and the Transformers. Add in a bit of news about a certain fedora-clad archeologist and an unofficial fan film, and you have a brand new edition of The Weekly Podioplex, exclusively on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for September 13, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: Bridget Jones’s Baby

 

Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – Sully – [New Release]
#2 – When the Bough Breaks – [New Release]
#3 – Don’t Breathe – [-2]
#4 – Suicide Squad – [-2]
#5 – The Wild Life – [New Release]
#6 – Kubo and the Two Strings – [-3]

#7 – Pete’s Dragon – [-3]
#8 – Bad Moms – [-1]
#9 – Hell or High Water – [Even]
#10 – Sausage Party – [-5]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – The Lion King (in 3D)
2006 – Gridiron Gang
1996 – Maximum Risk
1986 – Stand by Me
1976 – The Shootist

 

Box Office Premieres for the week of September 16th, 2016

Wide

Bridget Jones’s Baby – [R]

Blair Witch – [R]

Snowden – [R]

Hillsong: Let Hope Rise – [PG]

 

Limited

Wild Oats – [PG-13]
Silicon Cowboys – [NR]

Miss Stevens – [NR]

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years – [NR]

The Good Neighbor – [NR]
 

Home Entertainment for the week of September 13th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

Captain America: Civil War – [PG-13]

The Conjuring 2 – [R]

Marauders – [R]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

The Shallows – [PG-13]

Central Intelligence – [PG-13]

Warcraft – [PG-13]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

The Big Bang Theory: Season Nine (2015)
Longmire: Season Four (2015)
Madam Secretary: Season Two (2015)

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

Stand By Me (1986) – [R]

Transformers: The Movie (1986) – [PG]

 

 

Podcast Promos

 

Flash Pulp

Flash Pulp is an experiment in broadcasting fresh pulp stories in the modern age – 3 to 10 minutes, brought to you Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

 

 

Quick Flicks

 

Animated Indiana Jones fan film

 

Links

 

Visit the Chronic Rift site
Send us an e-mail
Tweet on Twitter:  The Chronic Rift, The Weekly Podioplex, Denise, and Michael
Listen on Stitcher Radio

Leave a review on iTunes:  The Chronic Rift

Shop the Rift’s Best Bets or search our Amazon Store. 

 

Michael’s blog at Creative Criticality

Denise’s blog at Accessories Not Included

Direct download: Podioplex091316.mp3
Category:The Weekly Podioplex -- posted at: 5:00am EST
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"Charlie X"
Aired: September 15, 1966

The Enterprise takes on the lone survivor of a crashed transport ship.  The young teen struggles with being among so many people and learning how to behave.  But he is struggling with something else as well, something that could threaten all of humanity if he's not stopped.

John and Krissy have a great deal to say about this episode, one they feel would have made a better first episode to premiere the series as it has the action and yet the intellectual beats we expect in an episode of Star Trek.  Do you agree with our assessment?  Leave your thoughts on the episode here.

Direct download: Guardian_of_Forever_002.mp3
Category:Guardian of Forever Podcast -- posted at: 5:00am EST
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Author Michael Giorgio crafts a story about a couple looking to get away from the city and begin a new life.  They stumble upon the welcoming town of Havencroft and are warmly welcomed.  But what lies beneath the surface of this idyllic town?  What is "Havencroft's Secret"?

Direct download: Rstage17_havencroftsSecret.mp3
Category:WCRS Radio Stage -- posted at: 5:00am EST
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Shazam!

"Fool's Gold"

September 20, 1975

 

An old gold prospector is tormented by a group of young boys in the mountains near his claim.  But when he's trapped within his mine, will they do the right thing and save him in time?

 

Actor Michael Gray returns to the podcast to discuss another favorite of his from the Shazam! series.  This episode marks the final appearance of Jackson Bostwick in the role of Captain Marvel.  In addition to discussing the episode, Michael also talks about the accident that brought about Jackson's departure, the bonus feature he appears in on the Archer sixth season DVD set, and the possibility of his appearing on Dancing with the Stars.

 

 It's all here and we want to hear from you on what you think of the episode.  Write us as ShazamIsisPodcast@gmail.com.

 

Moral: “There are some things even more precious than gold, things like respect and understanding. Respect means more than being polite. It means knowing we've learned from each other. There's a lot we can learn, if we only listen."

 

Guest Cast

Dabbs Greer as Seldom Seen Slim

Michael LeClair as Jimmy

Radames Pera as Rafael

Direct download: Shazam_Isis_-_Ep_26.mp3
Category:Shazam/Isis Podcast -- posted at: 5:00am EST
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The Hornet's Sting Podcast: 001 - "The Hornet's Sting"

"THE SILENT GUN"

AIRED: SEPTEMBER 9, 2016

A new weapon that can be fired silenty has fallen into the hands of one of the city's most powerful gangsters and it's up to the Green Hornet and Kato to retrieve it before things get out of control.  John is joined in this new 50th anniversary podcast celebration by Gotham City 14 Miles editor Jim Beard.  Together, they discuss how this didn't feel like the first episode shot and the similarities the show has to Batman.  They are split though on how good the show is.  Take a listen and find out how it fares with the two.

Direct download: The_Hornets_Sting_001.mp3
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John and Krissy are joined by the wonderful Billy Flynn of Geek Radio Daily in the first hour of the podcast.  They talk about Stranger Things, The Tick, British actors affecting American accents, Match Game 2016 and the whole game show revival and more.  In the second hour, the three are joined by writer/editor Jim Beard to discuss the 50th anniversary of Star Trek.  

Some questions discussed include:

- Do we fetishize Star Trek to the point where we miss the point of it? (with thanks to Dan Persons for his commentary)

- Is it fair that Star Trek, the original series, is sharing the celebration with all the other versions of the Star Trek series?

 - Which kind of Star Trek works best?

 

Show Notes

4:55 - Billy Flynn feels that Stranger Things is a great homage to 80s Stephen King.

 

16:38 - John is hoping that people will vote for The Tick as Amazon's next produced series.


27:00 - Krissy recounts her meeting and having a conversation with Charlie Cox of Daredevil.

 

32:22 - A discussion of ABC's Sunday night game shows and how things have changed and in many respects have remained the same occurs.

 

48:39 - Krissy plugs a Kickstarter - All the Places You'll Boldly Go - by David Gerrold and Ty Templeton.

 

53:25 - Dan Persons offers his thoughts on the 50th anniversary which leads into our discussion in the next hour.

 

1:00:27 - Geek Radio Daily Podcast Promo

 

1:00:57 - M*A*S*H 4077 Podcast Promo

 

1:02:20 - Jim Beard joins the gang to discuss the 50th anniversary of Star Trek

Direct download: The_Chronic_Rift_005.mp3
Category:Guardian of Forever Podcast -- posted at: 10:30am EST
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SciFi Diner Podcast 277 – Our Interview with Voice Actors Richard Epcar & Ellyn Stern (Bleach and Ghost in the Shell)

 

Please call the listener line at 1(260) 577-2428, Email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com or visit us on Twitter @scifidiner. Facebook Fan Page. And check out our YouTube channel. We are a part of the Chronic Rift Network of podcasts.

Tonight’s Diners: Scott, Miles, and T.

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"The Man Trap"

September 8, 1966

50 years ago on this date, Star Trek premiered on the NBC Network.  Most people know the story of the struggle the show went through to stay on the air, the letter-writing campaigns that were mounted in an effort to save the show from cancellation.  It only lasted three seasons, but it lived on with the fans through syndicated television.  From there, the show spawned numerous spin-off television shows and theatrical movies.  As Star Trek moves into a new generation with a recently released movie and a new television series set to bow in January 2017, John felt it was the time to take a moment a discuss each episode on the 50th anniversary of its airing.  

Joining John to discuss the series is "the next generation" of fandom, Krissy Myers.  Together, they will take a brief look at each episode and offer their immediate reactions to watching each either for the first time, as in Krissy's case, or after numerous viewings, as in John's case. 

First up is the very first episode, "The Man Trap".  The two talk about how Canada was cheated in getting the credit for the actual 50th anniversary of the premiere of the series, how the televised episode differs from earlier drafts (based on John's readings of James Blish's adaptation), and how this felt more like an episode of Lost in Space and not Star Trek.  Take a listen and join in the conversation, letting us know what you think here or over on our Facebook page.

Direct download: Guardian_of_Forever_001.mp3
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"The Ogg and I/How to Hatch a Dinosaur"

Aired November 2/9, 1967

Vincent Price makes a welcome return to Batman as the villainous Egghead.  He is joined by Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen of the Bessarovian Cossacks.  Together they have plans for Gotham City.  In fact, are there too many plans?  What is the main scheme in this plot?  Who is in charge as it seems to change from episode to episode?  And what is the history of this two-parter in relation to the third episode that will follow in a few weeks' time?

Joining John to talk about Vincent Price's triumphant and yet not so triumphant return to Batman is author and podcaster, Kevin Lauderdale.

Comment on the episode here or write thebatcavepodcast@gmail.com

 

 

Kevin Lauderdale has written essays and articles for the Los Angeles Times, The Dictionary of American Biography, Animato, mcsweeneys.net, and teevee.org; and his poetry has appeared in Andrei Codrescu's The Exquisite Corpse.  He has published fiction in several of Pocket Books' Star Trek anthologies, including Constellations, which celebrated the 40th anniversary of the original Star Trek.  His original fiction has appeared in Neo-opsis magazine and Cthulhu Unbound, the cross-genre Lovecraftian collection from Permuted Press.  He is a graduate of UCLA and a card-carrying member of SFWA.  In addition, Kevin is a host of his own podcast here on the network, It Has Come to My Attention and co-host of Mighty Movie: Temple of Bad.  Recently, Kevin took over as host of the old time radio podcast,Presenting the Transcription Feature.  Follow Kevin's exploits through his LiveJournal blog - http://kevinlauderdale.livejournal.com.

Direct download: The_Batcave_Podcast_-_Episode_55.mp3
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We think of Ray Bradbury as a fantasist or a science fiction writer.  But he was equally adept at crime drama.  One of his first sales was “Killer Come Back to Me” to Detective Tales in July of 1944.  Less than two years later, it was adapted for the radio by the “Molle Mystery Theatre.” This hard-boiled noir tale of killers, dames, and stolen identities takes a number of clever twists and turns.  But does crime ever pay?  Then on “Meet Me At Parky’s,” everyone’s favorite Greek restauranteur decides to help out with a teacher shortage.  He may be known for his malapropisms in English, but if he’s going to teach his native Greek nothing could possibly go wrong, right?

 

Episodes

 

Molle Mystery Theatre 

“Killer Come Back to Me”

May 17, 1946

3:23

 

Meet Me At Parky’s

“Teachers Wanted”

November 10, 1946

35:58

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Episode 37, Bats and Supes

 

Scott Pearson and his daughter discuss Man of Steel and Batman versus Superman: Dawn of Justice and how they build the DC Extended Universe. Plus, they’re both excited about the Wonder Woman trailer. 


Segments

Intro :28

First Time Viewer :48

Man of Steel 1:35

Supes—Why So Serious? 1:58

Saving Lois Lane 4:10

Meanwhile, Back on Krypton 6:02

This is a Secret Identity? 8:38

Not So Super, Boy 9:05

A Time for Emo Superman? 11:53

He’s a Wanderer 13:01

Lois of the Arctic 14:10

Zod on Earth 16:33

Ouch, Metropolis 19:03

Final Supes Thoughts 20:27

Batman versus Superman 22:32

What’s Batman’s Deal? 22:45

Clark & Bruce & Lex & Diane 24:12

Adam West Shout Out 26:25

Ouch, Metropolis Redux 27:30

Straight to Kill 28:07

Google Gotham & Metropolis 28:30

Bats, Supes, and Killing 30:08

Building DCEU v. MCU 32:19

Diane’s Laptop 33:42

Wonder Woman Before Black Widow?! 34:58

Wonder Woman & Bats and Supes & Doomsday 36:31

Bats and Supes Make Nice 38:03

Death of Supes and Clark 39:06

Final Bats and Supes Thoughts 40:36

Wonder Woman Trailer 42:44

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It's the Labor Day weekend in America and everyone's away for the last hurrah of summer.  In Atlanta, DragonCon is in full swing and John nor Keith could be there.  Keith couldn't be with us on the podcast either, but John worked out a way for him to be on anyway.  Here are two panels from last year's DragonCon featuring Keith.

3:20:  Klingon History - Keith's The Klingon Art of War had recently been published and Keith had written an extensive amount Trek literature featuring the Klingons so it made perfect sense to include him in this panel.  Panelists include Erika Yvette Figueroa and Morgan Skye.

1:00:00 - Keith's , Bone Key, and Heart of the Dragon, are favorites among the 1:00:00 - Keith's Supernatural novels NevermoreBone Key, and Heart of the Dragon, are favorites among the Supernatural fans.  In this panel, he and others discuss the themes of the hit CW series.  Panelsists include Maureen Gallagher, Father Brian Small, and Beth Dolgner.

Direct download: The_Chronic_Rift_-_Episode_004.mp3
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On an all-new edition Dragon Con Double Header edition of The Weekly Podioplex, the box office was breathless as Don't Breathe dethroned the Suicide Squad, and even with a mediocre box office performance, Jason Statham still scored a victory in Mechanic: Resurrection. The next two will test the winning thriller with romance, drama, comedy, and the real life tale of Sully.

 

In home entertainment, the next two weeks are big with The Jungle Book, Me Before You, Now You See Me 2, and Money Monster dominating the discs. DC Comics delivers on TV with The Flash and Arrow arriving alongside Star Wars Rebels, Grey's Anatomy, and Supernatural. We also get a blast from the past as Charlie's Angels open their investigation and Star Trek boldly goes to a 50th anniversary.

 

Add in the finest selection of entertainment news from across the internet, and you have a jam-packed new edition of The Weekly Podioplex to tide you over until after the Labor Day weekend, exclusively on The Chronic Rift Network.

 

 

Weekly Podioplex Notes for August 30, 2016

 

Introduction

Opening Clip: Sully

 

 

Box Office Report

 

Top Ten

#1 – Don’t Breathe – [New Release]
#2 – Suicide Squad – [-1]
#3 – Kubo and the Two Strings – [+1]
#4 – Sausage Party – [-2]
#5 – Pete’s Dragon – [-2]
#6 – Pete’s Dragon – [-1]

#7 – War Dogs – [-4]
#8 – Bad Moms – [Even]
#9 – Jason Bourne – [-2]
#10 – Ben-Hur – [-4]

 

Tops From the Past

2011 – The Help
2006 – Invincible
1996 – The Crow: City of Angels
1986 – Stand by Me
1976 – The Shootist

 

Box Office Premieres for the week of September 2nd and 9th, 2016

September 2nd 

Wide

The Light Between Oceans – [PG-13]

 

Limited

Café Society – [PG-13]
Morgan – [R]

Brotherhood – [NR]

The 9th Life of Louis Drax – [R]

Equity – [R]
Nam Hai Akira – [NR]
Things to Come – [NR]

 

September 9th 

Wide

Sully – [PG-13]

The Disappointments Room – [R]

When the Bough Breaks – [PG-13]

The Wild Life – [PG]

 

Limited

Author: The JT LeRoy Story – [R]
Before I Wake – [PG-13]

Shut In – [NR]

 

 

Home Entertainment for the weeks of August 30th and September 6th, 2016

New Releases on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

August 30th

The Jungle Book – [PG]

Me Before You – [PG-13]

The Phenom – [NR]

 

September 6th

Now You See Me 2 – [PG-13]

The Darkness – [PG-13]

Money Monster – [R]

Love & Friendship – [PG]

 

New Releases on Digital Video

 

August 30th 

The Conjuring 2 – [R]

 

September 6th 

Free State of Jones – [PG-13]

 

TV on DVD and Blu-Ray 

 

August 30th 

Arrow: Season Four (2015)
Star Wars Rebels: Season Two (2015)
The Night Manager: Season One (2015)
Criminal Minds: Season Eleven (2015)
Grey’s Anatomy: Season Twelve (2015)
NCIS: Los Angeles: Season Seven (2015)
Shameless: Season Six (2015)

September 6th 

The Flash: Season Two (2015)
CSI: Cyber: Season Two (2015)
Supernatural: Season Eleven (2015)
Charlie’s Angels: The Complete Series (1976-1981)

Blu-Rays From the Past 

 

August 30th 

The Immortal Story (1968) – [NR]

 

September 6th 

Star Trek: The 50th Anniversary Collection (1966-1991) – [PG]

 

 

Podcast Promos

 

British Invaders

The British Invaders podcast features a lively two-person exchange about different television series, tele-films and mini-series. 

 

These discussions serve as both an introduction and an entertaining conversation, catering to both those who have seen and those who have yet to see these British science fiction and fantasy shows. Each show is presented in two parts, with new episodes appearing every two weeks. British Invaders covers everything from story-lines to production details to spinoff material. Past topics have included Doctor Who, Sapphire and Steel, Red Dwarf, Day of the Triffids, Jekyll, Robin of Sherwood, and many more.

 

 

 

Quick Flicks

 

James and the Giant Peach live action remake
The Rogues of The Flash
Brother Voodoo in Doctor Strange
Is Steve Rogers still Captain America?
Rumors of an Indiana Jones comic series for Marvel
Gene Wilder (1933-2016)

Direct download: Podioplex083016.mp3
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