Holy podcast, Caped Crusader! J. and Dion have decided to take a trip back in time to the very beginnings of the Dark Knight, rediscovering his roots and tracing the steps that a millionaire playboy took to becoming the world’s greatest detective. We follow him from his meager beginnings as a simple line drawing, through [...]
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KA-POW! WHAM! ZOWIE! Onomatopoeias start flying as the Podwits run down some of the best and worst representations of superheroes on film and television! So get out your cape, put on that mask and strap yourself in for this Podwits SPECIAL presentation… “Superheroes on Celluloid”
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Dion and J. dive back into the Toybox to rediscover the playthings of our youth. From Mego to MacFarlane, Turtles to Terminator, we leave no plastic stone unturned.