“Hot Commodity” Matt Mason returns to the PVDcast after a very, very long absence. Matt is always a good guest & we always have a good time, as evident by the conversation jumping from topic to topic! We do manage to discuss quite a bit of wrestling, including Matt’s connection to New Ohio Wrestling (https://www.facebook.com/newohiowrestling). Also crammed into this episode are some stories from S.P.A.C.E.& my thoughts on the most recent WWE PPV, Battleground!
When one thinks about tough competitors in the squared circle, the name Shank Dorsey is often mentioned in the discussion. I sit down with Shank Dorsey to speak about his time in the IWA, FIW & the other places he plied his trade. Shank is quite open & honest about his career in pro wrestling, including his long absence from the industry. The episode closes out with a conversation about his new project, New Ohio Wrestling (https://www.facebook.com/newohiowrestling). A must listen for any wrestling fan in the Central Ohio area!
S.P.A.C.E. is the acronym for the Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo. This annual event will be held on July 18 & 19 in Columbus at the Northland Performing Arts Center. The man behind S.P.A.C.E., Bob Corby, sits down with me to discuss the history of the event, as well as what to expect at this year from the over 200 creators that will be attending. If you love independent art, comic books, graphic novels or web comics, then this is the episode for you! You can check out all the info on S.P.A.C.E. by going to http://www.backporchcomics.com/space.htm!
It’s summer time and Hollywood rolls out the big movies! So on this edition of the PVDcast, I sit down with local film critic, Paul Markoff, to discuss the current crop of big, Hollywood releases. We also discuss some of our favorites films and some of our least favorite films. If you love movies (and who doesn’t?), check out this episode!
Columbus, Ohio hosted a weekend of great WWE wrestling action. I was lucky enough to be part of it by attending both of these big events. Check out my thoughts & opinions on the NXT event & the Money in the Bank Pay-Per-View that occurred this past weekend. I will tell you what was good & what was bad. So much insight for just 19 minutes!
My good friend, Adam Michaels, makes his glorious return to the PVDcast! Find out where he’s been & what he’s been doing since his last appearance on this podcast almost one year ago! Additionally, Adam & I give our two cents worth about our experiences at Full Throttle Wrestling, WWE Twitter accounts & if we had the power, who on the WWE roster we would release? All the wrestling news & opinions, you need to hear!
On this short edition of the PVDcast, I talk about this past weekend’s Elimination Chamber PPV, including my thoughts on the best & worst parts of it. I also discuss this week’s RAW, the passing of Tommy Rogers & give my updated Stanley Cup predictions. Don’t be afraid to check out this highly-opinionated episode!
Brian Lau, the creator of the science-fiction comic, Staunch Ambition, joins me on this episode. We discuss Staunch Ambition’s highlights over the past few months. Brian shares his stories about creating a preview issue, his travels to C2E2 & Motor City Comic Con, the initial reception of his comic & his future hopes for the comic. We also talk about Brian’s involvement in a new charity, The AJ Project, as well as Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Wrestling returns as the main topic of this episode of the PVDcast! Juice Jennings joins me on this episode as we discuss the annual charity event, the Dustin Batdorff Invitational. This wrestling event brings many outstanding wrestlers from around the Midwest to not only entertain fans, but to also give back to society. Juice & I talk about the creation of this event, as well as how it helps those battling addiction issues. A quick run down of the matches that are slated for the event & a quick recap of the ESPN E:60 NXT mini-documentary round out episode 67!
Columbus comic book creator, Steve Steiner, sits down with me to discuss a myriad of topics. Steve talks about his creative process, and the inspiration for many of his creations, which includes not only comic books, but sculptures too. One of the highlights is a thorough discussion of one of Steve’s most popular books, gets Vulgar and Tasteless Star Wars Parodies. If you love Star Wars, you’ll want to hear all about this book. It’s not for weak Jedi minds!