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The Zombcast Episode 2: Pooping Zombies

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We’ve found our original run of episodes and are releasing them in batches. Consider this Season 1 of The Zombcast…

The guys discuss how much of the comic book run of The Walking Dead they have read and chat about the favorable reviews of the pilot episode of AMC‘s show. You can also win a walk on role as a zombie by entering a code that is shown during commercials over the next 6 episodes. Outside of The Walking Dead, they discuss Hobbit casting and DC Universe Online. And just what are the scientific reasons a zombie apocalypse could actually happen? Matthew, Nicholas, and Kevin discuss on this week’s episode.

ABOUT ROBOTS AND RACECARS

Based out of Philadelphia, PA, Robots and Racecars isn’t your typical pop-punk band. While you get the typical pop-punk fast, loud and in-your-face sound, they strive to break away from the cookie-cutter mold that fans of the genre have come to accept. Lyrically, the members (Matthew Herb, Frankie Marsh, Nicholas Reed and Jordan Riffe) write about their nerd lifestyles which include video games, fantasies and zombies. Musically, they combine great melodies, harmonized vocals, tight solos, thumping bass and pounding drums. Mix both parts together and it’s no surprise why they are quickly gaining a national audience, sponsorships and sharing the stage with the likes of The Ataris, Big D & The Kids Table and Hawthorne Heights (to name a few). One listen to Robots and Racecars and you’ll be hooked.

ABOUT THE ZOMBCAST

The Zombcast is a show that discusses all things horror, with a focus on zombie related entertainment. Throughout its various incarnations, one thing has stayed true—their coverage of The Walking Dead

We’ve launched our Patreon! Instead of running multiple services to collect pledges for the things we do, we combined everything into ONE location. This will allow us to keep everything centralized, only ask for your support at one location, and better upgrade our entire operation. With your support, That’s EntertainmentEverything is Awesome, and The Zombcast will be able to make upgrades to provide not only higher quality content, but more of it. Thank you in advance for supporting us; it means the world to Kev and Mike. If you’re unable to support us on Patreon, consider subscribing to The Zombcast on iTunes and leaving a 5-star text review or telling a friend–your Patreon pledges, iTunes reviews, and word of mouth recommendations go a long way at helping us do bigger and cooler things, like live shows, con appearances, and creating more high quality content.

All this and more on this weeks edition of The Zombcast!


Find…
Kev on twitter @ThatNerdyKev
Matthew on twitter @MatthewOfSorts
Nicholas on twitter @NicholasReed
Robots and Racecars on twitter @RandRband
The Zombcast on twitter @TheZombcast
Support The Zombcast…
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by telling a friend
On Patreon.com/ThatEntertains… pledging here allows for us to do bigger and cooler things, like attending more cons and premieres. 

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Kevin M. Gallagher, Jr

Kev is the co-founder of Crude Humor Studios and That's Entertainment. He also writes, produces, and directs their skits, shorts, and web series, while sharing managing editor duties for That's Entertainment.

Kev is the host of the podcast, Everything is Awesome and is the co-host of The Zombcast. He is the former host of the podcasts Happy Hour with Steel Tip, Creepcast, Happy Hour, 30 Minute Outsider, The Muff Squad, That's Entertainment, 215th Entertainment Presents: Sounds of Philly, Academic Nerds, and OuaT: The Unofficial Once Upon a Time Podcast.

Kev also writes for Dark Knight News and is working on a science fiction series.

Most of all, Kev is a dad to two wonderful children.
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