Archive for April, 2012


Posted: 30th April 2012 by J. Marcus in Comic Books, Film, Television

At long last YouTube has released its hold on my favorite YouTube video. Created back in 2006 and six years in the making… This was my tribute to all those who made us believe a man can fly. Special thanks to Superman Through The Ages for putting up my original audio all those years ago… And a special […]

The good folks over at have confirmed some major spoilers for the upcoming Star Trek movie sequel.  They have confirmed the identity of the character being played by Sherlock star Bendict Cumberbatch. Hit the jump, if you dare, for the details:

Do you know who Bryan Fuller is?  According to his IMDB page he is an accomplished figure in television.  He’s not a Joss Whedon or a Steven Bochco or a Stephen J. Cannell or a Glen Larson or a Danny Thomas, etc. But he has been attached to some big-name shows in the past like […]

With the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic this month, fellow Podwit Brian and I decided to indulge our fascination with nautical disasters, releasing the first part of our Podwits Podcast Disaster special, with Part Two to drop very soon.  In researching these specials, I came across an age-old conspiracy theory linked to […]

This is the Podwits XXX Parody, and the “XXX” stands for “exciting, exceptional and extra-studio (meaning we’re outside the studio once again!)  The boys in pod talk about the most fun you can have for $15, whether or not there really IS a Santa Claus and J reveals the most uncomfortable event he’s ever witnessed. […]

It was back in 1997 in the now-defunct “Record Explosion”, a record store chain in New York City that had a large amount of hard to find music and bootleg material, that I first came across one of the weirdest albums of the 1970’s: Phantom’s Divine Comedy, Part 1. This album may ring a bell for […]

Can you spot who this is? Here’s the first look at Anthony Hopkins filling the shoes of one of the greatest directors of all time in the upcoming film Hitchcock.

The lads are on the road again, recording live from a tarmac between flights. They have a gay-ol’-time chatting about Broadway musical revivals, the fate of the remaining NASA shuttles, and upcoming feature films coming to the big screen (and the VERY BIG screen); all the while trying not to get killed in between the […]

Jonathan Frid, the original star of the Dark Shadows series that helped reboot and practically define the modern-gothic genre, died at the age of 87.

Superman Is Gaming Kryptonite

Posted: 20th April 2012 by J. Marcus in Games
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This article was originally featured on and has been republished with permission from the site’s owner.  Please visit Kuma Kreations Entertainment! As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be Superman.  Those of you who are as old as I am can remember the really terrible Superman costumes that you could […]