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Rockin’ Comics Ep 003
Rockin’ Comics Ep 003

In this episode, I’m joined by Tim and Rob as we debut two new features: Woulda Coulda Shoulda and Game On.  In one, we take on the movie Man of Steel and figure out what we would have done differently, in the other we look at Marvel Legendary Dark City (a very cool superhero card game).  Plus, Tim and I pick Rockin’ Comics of the Week.  And we have on the show this time, Dan Dougherty.  We talk music, and comics and music and comics if that makes any sense.

So dig in, but remember: This show if by adults for adults.  So if you’re offended by language, you might want to steer clear.

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