Leave a Comment on Hard-Traveling Fanboys Podcast #183: Countdown — Worst Walking Dead Episodes
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Hard-Traveling Fanboys Podcast #183: Countdown — Worst Walking Dead Episodes

Walking Dead Month rolls on with a brand-new episode of Countdown! Nick Duke and Greg Phillips, the Hard-Traveling Fanboys, are…

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Hard-Traveling Fanboys Podcast #181: Off the Page — Fear the Walking Dead

WARNING: Before listening to this episode, watch the YouTube videos “Vince McMahon, Directed by David Lynch.” Nick Duke and Greg…

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Looking Forward, Looking Back #2: Marvel, Star Wars, The Arrowverse and More!

In the newest episode of Looking Forward, Looking Back, host Andy Atherton is joined by Geek and Sassy, Talk’n Pop…

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Hard-Traveling Fanboys Podcast #131: Off the Page — The Walking Dead: Season 2 (Telltale Games)

    Mild-mannered reporters by day, Greg Phillips and Nick Duke share an intense love of comic books that has…

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The Walking Dead Review – “Inmates”

Zombie stories have a tendency to skew towards existentialism, the good ones at least. Ever since George Romero shifted the genre…