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Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown comics

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Acclaimed interviewer Matt Kennedy engages the industry's best writers, artists, performers, producers, taste-makers, thinkers and consultants in the type of one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions that only an insider can get. The program is taped at Meltdown headquarters in Los Angeles and released weekly on iTunes. Matt Kennedy is the author of Pop Sequentialism and a world-renown fine art curator. He brings 25 years of experience to the only podcast that asks tough questions about taboo subjects in a professional and respectful context.

Customer Reviews

Intelligent and funny

A passionate collector, Matt Kennedy knows his Comic books. His vast knowledge in combination with hand-selected guests makes a killer podcast. If you like interesting conversations and a great sense of humor, this is your show. I listen to every episode, and am always looking forward to what they are going to discuss. Highly recommended.

Pow! Great Show!

Excellent in-depth interviews on the world of comics.

Very knowledgeable

This is a fascinating and informative podcast. Matt really knows art, comics, history, and pop culture. But I can only give four stars, for two reasons. One, it bugs me how many words he mispronounces, such as placate and chasm. But more importantly, he makes a ridiculous claim that 20% of the population is gay. That is a crazy overestimation. I'm not sure if he knows what20% is. That's one in every five people. All you have to do is look around to know that's not true at all. Other than that, great podcast.