Want the experts' opinion on this year's brackets? Join Scott Criscuolo, Andrew Riche, Logan Crosland and Jason Greenhouse as they break down the brackets and get to Glendale with a Final Four to be proud of. So sit back and enjoy the madness!
Welcome to Hot Takes on Cold Issues, a Place to Be Nation Podcast Network Special! In this episode, JT Rozzero (Place to Be Podcast), Scott Keith (Blog of Doom), James Dixon (Titan Sinking series) & Jordan Duncan (A 24 Article) take some time to deliver and debate a whole bunch of hot takes on some freezing cold topics, including:
- The Invasion!
- The Push of Roman Reigns!
These topics have been discussed endlessly across the internet, but in this episode we give all the hot takes to put a bow on the conversation once for all! So, kick back and enjoy the banter and then share your hot takes on these cold issues across our social media forums!
Ben welcomes Scott Criscuolo and Steve Wille along on the latest Rewind, traveling back to 1989 for Clash of the Champions VIII, featuring Brian Pillman, Sid Vicious, the Steiners, Lex Luger, Ric Flair, Sting, and more!
Steven Ferrari joins Ben to look back at King of the Ring 2002. The guys discuss at length the brand split, Rob Van Dam, Brock Lesnar, the cruiserweights, Ric Flair, Molly Holly, Hulk Hogan, Kurt Angle, The Rock, and much more!
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. And if there’s anything that fanboys love, it’s debating what book is better than another book or which character is “cooler.” Enter Countdown, a monthly column where Greg and Nick will give a top five list and debate the merits therein.
This week, Greg and Nick count down their five favorite characters from the epic series Preacher by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.
Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. Over the course of their travels through comicdom, they have encountered numerous stories via the wonder of trade paperbacks and graphic novels. Once a month, Nick and Greg will review one of those collections in The Longbook Hunters.
Special guest star, Hard Traveling Fanboy Greg Phillips joins Russell on the very first episode of Sellers Points! The two talk about the perils of transitioning to podcasting over print articles, 80’s nostalgia for M.A.S.K. getting a new comic, the future of the MCU post-Captain America: Civil War, DC Rebirth’s Superman line, Spider-Man Dead No More bringing back Gwen, Batman v Superman hits and misses and much more. Join us for all the geekiness you can possible handle!
SPOILERS AHOY! Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has made them the Hard-Traveling Fanboys. And with that intense love comes an appetite for the latest news from the comic book world. Each month, in The Rundown, the Fanboys will run down their top news and notes from the comic book world.
If you'd like to avoid SPOILERS for CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, skip from 19:00 to 50:30! You've been warned!
Kelly and Johnny explore one of the seminal books of the Silver Age of Comics - Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's groundbreaking Fantastic Four!
The boys take an in-depth look at:
-The genesis of the title
-The most memorable stories from the duo's 102 issue run
-The importance of the Fantastic Four in starting a comic book revolution
Face Front, True Believers, it's time for a new Imaginary Stories!
Our site's staff has ranked every WrestleMania match, and on The Dissent Glenn Butler, Jordan Duncan, and Scott Butler run down some highlights & lowlights from WrestleMania history to see where they agree and disagree with the final list. They discuss Hart vs. Hart, Kurt Angle's legacy, how many main events are better than Lesnar vs. Reigns, whether anything can stand up to the main event of WrestleMania Negative Seventy-Five, short matches, the case for Hogan vs. Andre as an obvious number one, and the merits of Uncle Elmer.
In segment two, the three take a look at every competitor who's had more than ten matches at the granddaddy of them all and examine their highs and lows to try to answer the question: does anyone have more crappy WrestleMania matches than The Undertaker?
Hopefully Bret Hart will accept the invitation laid out for the next episode. In the meantime, join us for all the fat gut thrusts you can take on The Dissent!