Halloween Round Table

You can listen to the episode by clicking: Episode 119.666.

Happy Halloween!!!! Would you believe that Mephisto showed up again? Unfortunately we were all way too lazy to provide him with any sport this year. So, instead, we got the gang together and had a fun round table where we talked about spoooky media that we enjoy. We hope you enjoy our annual break from all things Power Pack!

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One thought on “Halloween Round Table

  1. Good day good sirs!

    I’m quite bit tardy in leaving a comment to you regarding this episode. I listened to this shortly after it dropped and then kept losing time in telling you how fun and breezy this played out. I enjoyed the camaraderie and familiarity among you all! I got a sense that everyone keeps in touch more than once a year and the relaxed setting really made for quite a fun listen.

    There was a part where someone referenced some 70s Marvel Two In One book coming off the discussion of the Werewolf By Night short on Disney+. I think it was Spider Woman turning into an actual spider or giant sized arachnid. It made me recall a deleted scene from a documentary ELECTRIC BOOGALOO the story of Cannon Films. The heads of the film company had gotten licenses to Marvel comics characters in the mid 80s for a real cheap number, with the intention of making motion picture extravaganzas at a bargain basement price. Spider-Man was their first attempt, with pre-production lasting nearly a full year. Michael Dudikoff, of American Ninja fame, was to be Peter Parker. The funny thing about this was that the two heads of Cannon were from Israel and did not always get the correct translation for a project in mind. Jim Shooter describes the misunderstanding regarding Spider-Man where the two guys thought it was a man who was mutated into an actual spider, hence the name. The documentary is pretty funny at times if you haven’t seen it.

    I’m not really into scary stuff all the time. I did finally watch Halloween III after reading and hearing a lot about it. It wasn’t a bad picture despite its notoriety. I will second Maggie’s recommendation about Mid-Sommar Mysteries. That’s a fun show.

    Until next time,


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