Prince, I hardly knew ye, but many of my friends did, and I'm learning a few things about life, thanks to the way you lived.

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My 15 minute review of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice . . . Why would Batman and Superman fight in the first place?  What overlooked piece of source material would've made the characters more true to their comic book roots?  And, as with everything, how does Donald Trump factor in?

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Two podcasts in one week?!  It's as easy as hitting record!  Especially when Thursday's "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" was so cool, and Arizona politics are so HOT!  So, when a councilman votes one way but believes something else, to which should he be held accountable?  And when his votes are in YOUR favor, why should you CARE what he feels?  It's THAT kind of monologue.

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Pontifications on the Phoenix Independent Comic Show, the upcoming Phoenix Tonight, and Amazing Arizona Comics #20.  Just another week in the life of this Phoenix artist.

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My interview with the Satanists from Tucson's Satanic Temple.  Last week, they were scheduled to give the invocation at the Phoenix City Council meeting, but the 65-year tradition of a pre-meeting prayer was hastily changed to stop them.  So, the Phoenix City Council proceeds "unscathed" . . . but what of the Satanists?

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An Artist Alley exhibitor's perspective on comic cons past, and how simply changing everything would comic cons of the future more excited for everyone.

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Remember the Super Bowl?  I talk the commercials, then the origins of the Phoenix Independent Comic Show (PICS) & Phoenix Tonight, then anticipate the Amazing Arizona Comic Con.  It's event-centric!  And now on iTunes!

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I pitch the latest issue of Amazing Arizona Comics, remember last week's events at Ash Avenue Comics, and convince you that TV wants you to vote Clinton by reminding you of "Herman's Head."  Wait, what?

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The spirit of Martin Luther King Day makes this one a little preachy, as I connect Sean Penn's El Chapo interview, Deadpool, Harley Quinn, Michael Jackson, and Bill Cosby to the dream.  Don't judge this podcast by its glitches, but by the content of its character!

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In a Tuesday's Tardy Tirade edition of My Monday Midday Monologue, I pay respect to David Bowie as the last of a generation of genuinely mysterious celebrities.  We'll never make an Elvis again.

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