In this omnibus episode, Mickey and Jason present a smorgasbord of previous "Time Machine" topics covering food including our favorite drinks, snacks, candy, fast food, and more.
Joining us for Episode 8 of The Wizard Files is Paul Florez from the Generations of X podcast who tells the tale of being caught between simultaneous offers to intern at Marc Silvestri’s Top Cow, Marvel Comics and Wizard magazine. Then prepare to hear stories of interviewing top comics talent like Ron Marz and Greg Pak, plus you’ll discover the question Paul asked in an interview with Joss Whedon that made him literally “Hulk Out”. It’s an X-citing chat with an X-Fan, who delivers an X-Ray view of the Wizard magazine experience.
To help get our listeners into the holiday spirit, The House Show trios tag team champions are counting down our favorite Christmas songs.
Once in a generation there is a film so notorious, so legendary, that it’s only heard about in whispers in the back of a comic book shop. For 90’s comics fans, that movie was Roger Corman’s Fantastic Four. Rumored to be so bad Marvel wouldn’t allow it to be released, the film lived in infamy as a bootleg video and remains unreleased to this day. But WIZARDS had to know the truth, so Michael and superfan, Steven Tsapelas are taking you on a deep dive through a 4 part podcast series revealing all the details of the film’s troubled production and one fan’s decade long journey to find a copy of the movie. So push play on Episode 1 and watch out for cosmic rays as the adventure begins! This bonus series also debuts simultaneously on the WIZARDS YouTube channel, so you can see the full video conversation at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqD0b15mU00mx3qceGvFTmw
Pete and Michael rewatch and Re-View Macaulay Culkin starring in Home Alone.
Happy Turkey Day! It may be a holiday but your favorite retro wrestling podcast is here to discuss Halloween Havoc 1997 and possibly the greatest match of the PPV series.
On mini-episode 23.5, Michael explores fan art, original reader comic heroes including a Canadian super team that's NOT Alpha Flight and flubs even more iconic superhero catch phrases. Adam phones in on the 2099 Hotline to cover the further adventures of Ravage 2099 and it's all here on WIZARDS 1/2!
On this episode of TRN Podcast, Jason welcomes Chad from Horror Movie BBQ to review the 1991 Movie Dutch at TRN Drive-In.
Was Raw or Smackdown triumphant last night? How did we all celebrate the Undertaker's 30th anniversary? Continuing the singles runs from your trios tag team champions, Matty Treats reacts to last night's WWE Survivor Series pay per view.
Kwantzu, Dudes! For this very special episode of SequelQuest we’re joined by Nic Cowan who played the Game Gear lovin’ Adam in the 1993 cult classic movie, Surf Ninjas! Join us as we pitch a sequel to the film Nic co-starred in with Ernie Reyes Jr, Rob Schneider, Leslie Nielsen and Tone Loc! Plus you’ll hear exciting behind the scenes stories from the making of Surf Ninjas, including dynamic deleted scenes and more radical trivia. Also riding the waves with the SQ Crew is Surf Ninjas fan, Noel Thingvall who is kicking up one of the 4 bodacious sequel ideas that will have you waxing nostalgic for the 90’s as we celebrate this martial arts comedy.
The improvisational music game Situation Jukebox returns with three-time champion Stacey defending her Hero status against Karen, previous champions Tim and Eric, along with Karen and Jason.
You know what's great? This podcast. This is the first Halloween Havoc in the nWo era and the entire landscape of WCW has changed.
Adam & Michael are joined by Chris Bailey aka @charltonhero for Episode 23 to talk the Image/Valiant crossover Deathmate, Erik Larsen jumps into the 'Who Created Venom?' debate, sex and violence in DC's Vertigo comics, the destruction of vintage Power Rangers toys, a Wizard exclusive comic by Rob Liefeld and more 90's comics nostalgia on The Podcast Guide To Comics!
Jason and Mickey play Quiz Show in this week's "Time Machine" discussion featuring pop culture trivia.
Welcome to the first edition of Kevin's Soapbox. The Masked Library is solo on today's episode of The Run In, but he has something to say about wrestling.
Pete and Michael discuss movies released in November 1990 and try to recall Home Alone.
The Haunted House Shows continues with a review of WCW Halloween Havoc 1995 with Hulk Hogan vs the Giant in the ring and on a rooftop with monster trucks!
WIZARDS 1/2 is back with Michael blushing at the scandalous return of Hunk and Babe of the Month, enjoying fan art and cursing the Wizard staff for their choosing trivia questions that baffle him. Plus Adam shares his thoughts on this issue's custom comics action figures and reviews Doom 2099 #11-13 featuring a tale set in Wakanda 2099 and the revelation of who inherited the Eye of Agamotto from Doctor Strange. It's all here in mini-episode 22.5!
Jason and Mickey review the 16-page Toys R' Us Christmas Flyer from November 1988 in this week's "Time Machine" discussion.
Russ Burlingame joins us for this episode of The Wizard Files to talk about his internship at Wizard magazine which saw Russ the Rookie become the go-to guy for Dan Jurgens, witness the chaos caused by Gareb Shamus launching Black Bull Comics, breaking a Marvel Knights merchandise story to Joe Quesada and more. Plus, get a preview of his project documenting the making of Josie and the Pussycats from 2001.
On today's special episode of The Run In, Matty Treats and special guest Krone Meltzer break down Saturday night's All Elite Wrestling pay per view event AEW Full Gear.
This summer another sequel to Jurassic Park is coming to theaters, but what about the continuing adventures to be found in the African jungles of the Congo? Join Jeff, Jeramy and Adam as they revisit the wild characters and dangerous terrain with Congo sequel pitches that go way off the rails in the best way possible.
The House Show reviews Halloween Havoc 1994 featuring the main event of Hulk Hogan versus Ric Flair in a steel cage retirement match.
For Episode 22 of WIZARDS, Adam and Michael are joined by Tom from toy-lines.com to talk the 10 Worst Action Figures of All Time according to Wizard magazine, a canceled 90’s Wonder Woman toy line, discovering Elseworlds comics posters in dive bar restrooms, favorite X-Men villains, the best version of DC’s Justice League, ridiculous 90’s gimmick covers and more. Plus we review X-Factor #92 and X-O Manowar #0 both featuring art by Joe Quesada. It’s a blast from the past, so listen now!
Since this episode of TRN Podcast is being released on Election Day, Jason and Mickey choose their favorite Presidents from movies and TV shows in the "Time Machine" discussion.
Your trios tag team champions do it once again! We put the retro back into public consciousness and WWE hears us. Much like In Your House returned earlier this year, the NXT brand has brought back Halloween Havoc after 20 years in dormancy.
Pete and Michael rewatch and Re-View Steven Seagal's Marked for Death.
It's time to Spin the Wheel and Make the Deal once more as Matty, Kevin, and The Educator break down WCW Halloween Havoc 1993.
Happy Halloween, Geeks! We invite you to join us for this bonus podcast review of Sam Raimi’s 1990 adventure film Darkman, a movie that literally gave Michael nightmares. Hear him squirm, hear him rant, hear him scream as Adam laughs at his squeamish co-host. We go behind the bandages and behind the scenes to discuss the making of Liam Neeson’s first starring role, the expanded universe of Darkman comics and more! A trick for Michael and a treat for you, the listener.
In this week's "Time Machine" discussion, Jason and Mickey choose some random retro Spooky Pop Culture Characters from movies, TV, and cartoons.
Today is a Hellions take over as the Masked Library Kevin Hellions is joined by his wife, Mrs Hellions, for The Run In.
On this episode of TRN Talk, Eric hosts a discussion with two friends about the legacy of Eddie Van Halen.
For the Halloween episode of SequelQuest we're like totally slaying a trio of sequels to the original Buffy The Vampire Slayer from 1992 starring Kristi Swanson, Luke Perry, Donald Sutherland and Paul Reubens with returning guest, Christin. Our valley girl vampire filled movie ideas include Buffy training a new batch of slayers in modern day, spending her college years slaying evil demon tree worshiping sorority sisters and a crossover with 80's teen vampire flick The Lost Boys! It's blood sucking fun for everyone this Halloween so listen now!
It's time. Time for the most famous phrase in Halloween Havoc history. It's time to... Spin the Wheel. Make the Deal! Sting must spin a wheel full of dangerous specialty matches and accept whichever one the wheel finally lands on.
On this episode of WIZARDS Michael and Adam talk buying “LIMITED EDITION” autographed comics on The Home Shopping Network, discover the true history of Venom direct from the creator, determine if the Comics Code Authority seal was still used in the 90’s, reveal why Jim Lee lowered the price on his Deathblow comics, get the news on X-Men action figures from Toy Fair 1993 and review Jack Kirby’s final comics work, Phantom Force #1 from Image.
The inaugural collaborative Halloween-themed podcast special featuring segments from Wizards, The Haunted House Show, SequelQuest, Box Office 30, Situation Jukebox, and Bracket Madness. Hosted by Jason and Mickey of TRN Podcast who will be counting down the Top 10 Halloween songs.
The House Show fantasy draft is over and the listeners have raised many complaints and concerns. We bring on super fan and internet wrestling community sensation Krone Meltzer to speak for the fans. All three of your co-hosts get what's coming to them.
Pete and Michael discuss movies released in October 1990 and try to recall Marked for Death.
It’s time for “an evening of terrifying destruction” with one of the most infamous matches in Havoc history, "the Chamber of Horrors", and a two out of three falls battle for the WCW World Heavyweight title with champion Lex Luger versus Ron Simmons.
In this mini-episode Michael reviews some Amazing Art fan submissions, a duo of fan-created superheroes, custom action figures and celebrates getting 2 answers right on the quiz. On the 2099 Hotline, Adam reviews issues 1-6 of 2099 Unlimited including the debut of Hulk 2099. Plus Michael and his buddy Joe talk Halloween and look at the costumes available from TRN sponsor, HalloweenCostumes.com
The improvisational music game Situation Jukebox returns with returning champion Tim defending his Hero status against first time contestant Karen, previous champions Stacey and Eric, and host Jason.
In this week's "Time Machine," Jason and Mickey play a round of the ABCs of Halloween and come up with 26 short Halloween topics for each letter.
Episode 6 of The Wizard Files features a discussion with Zach Oat, former Editor of ToyFare and one of the puppet masters behind Twisted ToyFare Theater who tells us about wild inter-office pranking between Wizard and ToyFare, managing the action figure archives and more fully-articulated fun.
This Friday on Smackdown will begin the 2020 WWE Draft. To get wrestling fans excited and to reminisce, we will be holding our own draft on the next two episodes of The Run In.
Prepare to laugh, Earth Scum! In 1990 Touchstone Pictures invaded movie theaters with Spaced Invaders, a family comedy starring Ariana Richards with out of this world ambitions. An eclectic crew of Martians arrive in small town Illinois thinking they are part of conquering force, but soon realize the transmission they heard was just a Halloween night broadcast of Orson Welles’ infamous War of the Worlds radio broadcast. Hijinks ensue.
Matty, Kevin, and The Educator review Halloween Havoc 1990 including several matches deleted from the WWE Network version.
Episode 20 is filled to THE MAXX with 90's comics fun as Michael and Adam are joined by Rob Graham from the AfterLunch podcast to discuss the fallout from "The Liefeld Affair", meet the "new kids" at Image comics, explore the launch of the Milestone imprint, gag at the glut of gimmick covers, review the first issue of the Maximum Carnage saga and so much more. This is WIZARDS at it's finest.
In this week's "Time Machine," Jason and Mickey head over to Flickchart and reveal their Top 10 Horror Movies plus the highest ranked flicks they haven't seen.
This Friday on Smackdown will begin the 2020 WWE Draft. To get wrestling fans excited and to reminisce, we will be holding our own draft on the next two episodes of The Run In.
Oooooo, it’s getting spooky around the SequelQuest studios. That’s right this week we’re bringing you not 1, not 2, but 3 imaginary sequels to spooky films in our Supernatural Sequels Special! What started out as a free for all episode turned into a creepy podcast adventure you won’t want to miss.
Welcome to the newly christened Haunted House Show podcast. For the next 12 weeks we will take a look at the entire NWA/WCW Halloween Havoc series. First up is the 1989 edition.
On this mini-episode, Michael shares outtakes about Doomsday vs Bane, talks flaming custom action figures, Wizard fan art submissions and fails the contest quiz. Plus, Adam returns from 2099 to review Simpson's Comics & Stories, as well as Jack Kirby's Bombast #1 from Topps Comics.
This time around on The Wizard Files we’re interviewing former comic book retailer, Randy who opened his store the same month Wizard hit shelves and has many memories of the magazine’s influence on his customers. Hear which ultra-collectible Marvel books he picked up off the rack as a youth in the 60’s, how the hype over The Death of Superman affected his sales for years after and whether Valiant books were actually as big a deal as Wizard led us to believe in the 90’s. It’s a fascinating view of the 90’s comic book boom from the front lines, so listen now!
Jason and Mickey share their favorite games and memories from 2nd generation consoles Super Nintendo (Mickey) and Sega Genesis (Jason). Plus your normal dose of Recurrent Events headlines.
Your trios tag team champions gather together to close up season one and we look back on the past 27 episodes of the In Your House series.
Since Ghost is still #1 at the box office from the previous month, we're checking out the #2 film Postcards from the Edge.
It's here. The culmination of our journey. The end of season one of the House Show. This is the last event in the In Your House series.
Episode 19 of WIZARDS should be titled “2 Guys From Long Island”. With Adam still lost in 2099, past guest and fellow New Yorker, Steven Tsapelas joins up with Michael to discuss The Avengers comics in the 90’s, Roger Corman’s Fantastic Four film, the ongoing debate of whether Wolverine and Sabretooth are related, porn in Wizard, the best places to buy vintage super hero toys near NYC, adventures in the film industry and more meandering talk about The Big Apple than you ever thought possible. Yes, when Michael is tending the store you get comics talk and a whole lot more. Listen now!
GM Jason and Commissioner Mickey give their verdict of the two wrestling movie pitches from SequelQuest EP 123 and declare who wins the TRN trios tag team championship belts.
Jason and Mickey take a look back at the 1996 MTV Movie Awards show in the "Time Machine" discussion including the categories, winners, and music performances.
The Masked Library Kevin Hellions takes over hosting duties with a question for his co-hosts. Could he get into ring shape, and if so - which wrestler body type could he obtain?
It’s a podcast Brawl For It All as the titans of The Retro Network face off to pitch sequels to infamous wrestling movies No Holds Barred starring WWF Champion, Hulk Hogan and Ready To Rumble starring former WCW Champion, David Arquette. The SequelQuest tag team of Adam and Jeff pitch fake movies with power against the reigning TRN Trios Tag Team Champions from The House Show podcast, Sweet Matty Treats and The Masked Library aka Kevin Hellions. This mic massacre takes it to the mat as the hosts share hilarious memories of pro wrestling from the 90’s before finally placing their pitches on the line with the winners being decided by TRN podcasting General Manager and Commissioner on the next episode of The Retro Network podcast.
If you smell what the Rock is cookin'...then you will know this is the penultimate episode of the WWF In Your House series.
Michael is back for mini-episode 18.5 to bring you coverage of the expanded Amazing Art section featuring the original reader character creations in My Kinda Hero, be grossed out by human hair used on a custom action figure in Homemade Heroes and fail at this issue’s Contest Quiz worse than any other in his history. Plus, Adam chimes in on the 2099 Hotline to report on his adventures in the future and review Spider-Man 2099. This WIZARDS ½ episode is full of 90’s comics foolishness, so let the fun begin.
Bracket Madness returns with Ray, Stacey, Tim, Gary, and Jason filling out a bracket to determine the champion of 1980s cartoon shows.
Hook up your modem and get ready for a trip through the 90’s internet as Adam and Michael interview Wizard magazine’s original Online Editor, Buddy Scalera about his adventures in breaking ground for The Guide To Comics on the web. We go behind the scenes, discovering how Wizard partnered with a fledgling America Online, leading to the infamous AOL disks being polybagged with the magazine. Plus, how did Buddy fake out Gareb Shamus on website design using a “hairy armed princess”? Listen now and find out in episode 4 of The Wizard Files!
Ripped from the Recurrent Events headlines, Jason and Mickey return to create drinking games from classic TV Shows!
Grab your cream. Grab your sugar. Make a full pot or just a K-Cup. Your Monday morning audio coffee is here. We discuss injuries that changed the course of wrestling. Stalled pushes. Silver lined opportunities. Story line changes and more. Some great examples are given and we would love for the listeners to suggest their own.
Pete battles a headcold and a cross-state move to join Michael in this special prequel episode of Box Office 30.
Events are set up on one pay per view that pay off three weeks later on the next show. Which means The House Show proudly presents to you – Twin Magic!
Episode 18 of WIZARDS is jam-packed with nostalgic 90’s comics fun! Adam and Michael discuss Venom’s evolution from monstrous villain to anti-hero, debate the hypocrisy of Wizard’s opinions on polybags, determine if Superman #75 has retained its value as a collectible and review Fantastic Four #374 featuring Sue Storm’s “Boob Window”. Plus, Adam is abducted by Doctor Doom to the world of 2099 in the exciting finale which will have serious repercussions for the future of the podcast.
Jason and Mickey take a look back at TV shows that debuted in 1985 in the Time Machine, plus reaction to Recurrent Events headlines.
So much happened in current day wrestling this week. Too much for one man to keep track of. This Monday morning, Matty Treats is joined by The House Show's fourth Horseman - Krone Meltzer!
Adam, Colton, and Jeramy take a most excellent adventure into the nostalgia and visual wonder that is Bill and Ted Face the Music in our most triumphant return to the SequelChat format!￼
It's time once again for your favorite Trios Tag Team champions to reflect back on the In Your House series and the July 1998 installment Fully Loaded: In Your House.
On the latest edition of WIZARDS ½ Adam is covering the Wizard Magazine 100 Most Collectable Comics special. Not only will you learn about comic book restoration and comics grading concepts of the 90’s, but Adam highlights a few of the more oddball titles to make the Top 100 and discovers some fascinating fun facts along the way.
The 3rd episode of our behind the scenes interview series with former Wizard magazine staff members has 3 times the hilarity as we laugh along with the stories from infamous Magic Words editor, Chris Ward aka "Loose Cannon" who tells us tales of angry voice mails from irate readers, a wild car ride with Harvey Pekar, drunken convention shenanigans and writing an entire concept album dedicated to "The Big Cheese" Gareb Shamus. This episode of The Wizard Files is packed with fun, but also more explicit language than our normal content, so be warned. When the "Loose Cannon" comes to town, no one can tone him down!
Jason and Mickey want their MTV! In this episode, we review the performances and music videos nominated at the 1990 MTV Video Music Awards.
Start your week off with the House Show crew discussing wrestling video games!
Pete, Michael and Angie rewatch and Re-View the multifaceted mega-hit, Ghost.
Pete and Michael discuss movies released in August 1990 and try to recall Ghost.
The In Your House series may be nearing it's conclusion but your Trios Tag Team champions are not done with this trip down wrestling memory lane. The Attitude Era continues to rise. We were surprised by this show and you'll be amazed how this late in the series event ranks.
BREAKING NEWS! Superman is dead and the WIZARDS crew is looking back at the Super-Hype of this 90's comics event through the pages of the Wizard Tribute Edition magazine from 1993. We're joined by Super-Fan Mickey Yarber from The Retro Network to discuss our memories of Doomsday, The Reign of the Supermen and tales from the days when comic shops were packed with Super-Speculators that generated more green than Kryptonite at Lex Luthor's yard sale!
In this week's Time Machine segment of TRN Podcast, Jason and Mickey choose more of their favorite NES games.
Unforgiven: In Your House is a hot show for more than one reason and your trios hosts Matty, Kevin, and The Educator are here to break it all down.
Things are getting wild on this WIZARDS 1/2 mini-episode as Adam has to fill in for a missing Michael, who is still trapped in the Baxter Building after our most recent episode. In addition to Amazing Art and Homemade Heroes, Adam shares a shockingly hilarious outtake clip, reviews Punisher 2099 and Michael ultimately manages to send a transmission of his answers to the quiz questions from inside the fortress of the Fantastic Four.
Hungry? Why wait! It's a food-themed episode of TRN Podcast with Recurrent Events packed with food news and a Time Machine discussion about our favorite food commercials.
For the 2nd installment of The Wizard Files, Michael and Adam interview Rick Marshall, former head of the wizarduniverse website who reveals the behind the scenes madness of trying to make Wizard magazine relevant in cyberspace. Tales of pillaging the Wizard warehouse to pay online contributors, teaming up with Brian Michael Bendis and more stories from behind the page will have your jaw on the floor. So listen now!
Pete and Michael rewatch and Re-View the classic action sequel, Die Hard 2: Die Harder
Pete and Michael discuss movies released in July 1990 and try to recall Die Hard 2.
The Mad Libs of pay per views! Throw people together. Throw matches together. Give me two nouns. This is an odd yet interesting show taking place right in between the Royal Rumble and next month's WrestleMania at which Stone Cold Steve Austin won his first WWF World title.
On episode 17 of WIZARDS Adam and Michael are joined by Shawn Robare from brandedinthe80s.com to talk the continued dominance of Valiant Comics in this era, celebrate a Rob and Todd's Hype Machine Milestone, review Madman Adventures #1 by Mike Allred and more 90's comics geekery. Plus, Michael finally gets his comeuppance from The Human Torch!
The improvisational music game Situation Jukebox returns with TRN Staff members choosing songs in response to specific situations. The returning champion Eric returns to defend his Hero status against four other competitors.
No, it's not Adventures In Babysitting (sorry to disappoint), the SequelQuest crew are digging up the corpse of 90's comedy cult classic Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead with returning guest Eric to create new adventures in babysitting (again, no Elisabeth Shue here).
Jason and Mickey present the 5th episode of Outtakes and Stories, audio spliced together from TRN Podcast recording sessions.
WIZARDS is taking you behind the scenes of your favorite comics magazine through exclusive interviews with former Wizard magazine staff members in our new podcast series, The Wizard Files! Episode 1 kicks off in style as we interview Ben Morse (formerly of Marvel) who reveals how Geoff Johns helped him land the Wizard gig and many high profile interviews to follow, exploring the massive Wizard comics archives as a research assistant, wild convention stories, tips for breaking into the industry and more super stories from the Wizard offices!
Jason and Mickey discuss their favorite game shows over the years in the Time Machine segment. Also, Recurrent Events headlines and new TRN content coming this week.
Jason and Mickey return on TRN Podcast to list more forgotten foods from the past!
Jason and Mickey return to talk toys and specifically, our favorite toy commercials!
Ask Jason and Mick Anything! That's right, our listeners control this week's Time Machine segment by tweeting us topics to discuss.
Happy Birthday 'Merica! Jason and Mick talk about movies, songs, events, and anything patriotic in pop culture for this week's Time Machine segment.
The improvisational music game Situation Jukebox returns with TRN Staff members choosing songs in response to specific situations. The returning champion Tim is back to defend his Hero status against four other competitors.
Mickey makes his triumphant return after being off for two weeks! He and Jason debut a new time machine concept this week call Pod Choice 10.
Jason returns with special guest Gary, staff writer and podcaster for The Retro Network, to talk about the James Bond film franchise. Jason also invites Mickey for a quick chat via TRN Hotline on the Pizza Hut Classic story in Recurrent Events.
Jason returns with special guest Kevin from The House Show to talk 1985 movies. We'll run the Top 10 at the box office, a couple noteworthy events in film, and the awards including the Oscars and Razzies. Then we will reveal our personal Top 5 lists including Mickey's choices!
ONE YEAR! That's right, it's the The Retro Network's first anniversary and Jason and Mickey will be reminiscing about our favorite and most popular podcasts.
Jason and Mickey rev up their engines to talk about some of our favorite vehicles from movies and television!
Jason and Mickey are back to celebrate Be A Millionaire Day by spending some pop culture money!
Jason and Mickey return to talk random '90s stuff! We had a great time two weeks ago in the '80s that we are back to hang out in the '90s. First, we catch up on our personal lives and see what we've been watching and doing to pass the time at home. Then, you'll hear this week's Recurrent Events headlines including:Boba Fett in Season 2 of The MandalorianMTV broadcasts on the Internet Archive (now gone)National Treasure TV series on Disney+Sweet Child O' Mine adapted as a kids bookIn this week's TRN Time Machine segment sponsored by the RetroDaze, Jason and Mickey take a trip back to the '90s and bring three random things to talk about from TV to music to life events. We also tell about how the '90s decade in general is distinctive from our '80s experience. We had tons of great feedback from Twitter in response to this week's topic so we'll be spending a good portion of the show sharing listener comments.We finish up this week's show by revealing next week's topic, our podcast schedule for this coming week, and more content to explore on The Retro Network website and Patreon page.To interact with the podcast, please connect with @TRNsocial on Twitter which is where we look for feedback to add to the show. If you enjoy the TRN Podcast and others in the channel like the new '90s wrestling podcast The House Show and WIZARDS: The Podcast Guide to Comics, please leave a 5-star rating in your favorite app. Support us on Patreon for bonus content including the TRN Drive-In '95 podcast series reviewing 12 movies from 1995 and the Grocery Stories mini-podcasts series on our experiences working at grocery stores back in the day. Choose your level of TRN fandom which starts at just $2!Follow The Retro Network Podcast Channel on Podbean or subscribe on popular apps like Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Google Play, Pandora, TuneIn, Stitcher, AND MORE!
Jason and Mickey return to take a trip to the mall! First, we catch up on our personal lives and then reflect on upcoming first anniversary of The Retro Network. Then, we give you this week's Recurrent Events headlines including:G.I. Joe and Transformers movie newsSpy vs Spy live-action movie updateThe Goonies reunite on ZoomNew Back to the Future Funko PopsChips Ahoy Sour Patch Kids CookiesIn this week's TRN Time Machine segment sponsored by the RetroDaze, Jason and Mickey take a trip to the dead mall and list of five of their favorite stores over the years. We also tell about our hometown experiences and Mickey's recent trip to take pictures of his now defunct mall. After we reveal our store picks we read back all of the feedback from Twitter in response to this week's topic.We finish up this week's show by revealing next week's topic, our podcast schedule for this coming week, and more content to explore on The Retro Network website and Patreon page.To interact with the podcast, please connect with @TRNsocial on Twitter which is where we look for feedback to add to the show. If you enjoy the TRN Podcast and others in the channel like the new '90s wrestling podcast In Your House and WIZARDS: The Podcast Guide to Comics, please leave a 5-star rating in your favorite app. Support us on Patreon for bonus content including the TRN Drive-In '95 podcast series reviewing 12 movies from 1995 and the Grocery Stories mini-podcasts series on our experiences working at grocery stores back in the day. Choose your level of TRN fandom which starts at just $2!Follow The Retro Network Podcast Channel on Podbean or subscribe on popular apps like Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Google Play, Pandora, TuneIn, Stitcher, AND MORE!
The latest episode of TRN Talk celebrates Star Wars Day! Jason hosts a fun discussion with Eric, Stacey, and Tim highlighting this year's Star Wars Day offerings and also a look ahead to all the projects in development.
Omnibus of Goonies sequels which include Episode 0 and Episode 100 of Sequelquest back-to-back!!
Jason and Mickey are back to talk about random things from the 1980s that have been on our brains lately.
Holy Shnikes! The Retro Network proudly presents the first installment in our TRN Drive-In '95 series (previously exclusive to Patreon) to all of our listeners!
Jason and Mickey are back to resurrect some snacks from the past! First, we talk about what's been going on in our lives this past week including more stuff we've been streaming at home. Then, we run down this week's Recurrent Events headlines which include:Saved By The Bell and Punky Brewster reboot trailersBob Ross streaming appStreets of Rage 4 release dateG.I. Joe retro toyline updateFlamin' Hot Doritos Locos TacosIn this week's TRN Time Machine segment sponsored by the RetroDaze, Jason and Mickey head to the grocery store from decades past and add some extinct snack foods to our virtual shopping cart. Stuff like potato chips, cookies, desserts, frozen treats, and lunchtime trade bait are all mentioned during the discussion. Plus, we've got a shopping list of feedback to pass along from Twitter that we'll read back to add to the conversation.We finish up this week's show by giving you the two options for next week's topic poll on Twitter, our podcast schedule for this coming week, and more content to find on The Retro Network website and Patreon page.To interact with the podcast, please connect with @TRNsocial on Twitter which is where we look for feedback to add to the show. If you enjoy the TRN Podcast and others in the channel like the new '90s wrestling podcast In Your House and WIZARDS: The Podcast Guide to Comics, please leave a 5-star rating in your favorite app. Support us on Patreon for bonus content including the TRN Drive-In '95 podcast series reviewing 12 movies from 1995 and the Grocery Stories mini-podcasts series on our experiences working at grocery stores back in the day. Consider backing us this week starting at just $2!Follow The Retro Network Podcast Channel on Podbean or subscribe on popular apps like Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Google Play, Pandora, TuneIn, Stitcher, AND MORE!
TRN Talk returns with another round of VHS Collecting!. Adam, Chad, and Jason dive into those weird and obscure tapes that they've held onto or found while thrift store shopping.
Jason and Mickey return to dig to the bottom of their toyboxes to find those random action figures we had as kids.
The Retro Network's talk show podcast returns to discuss sticker collecting!
Jason and Mickey are back to talk 1984 television in the latest episode of TRN Podcast.
In this BONUS Episode of WIZARDS Michael and Adam revisit 1990's The Flash TV series starring John Wesley Shipp as Barry Allen.
Jason and Mickey return to talk retro wrestling (or as Mickey calls it, rasslin!) With Wrestlemania coming up this weekend, we'll be going back to the '80s to relive the glory days of wrestling.
COWABUNGA!! TRN Drive-In returns with a special 30th anniversary screening of the 1990 film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Guests for this episode will include Gary, Stacey, Wyatt, and hosted by Jason.
TRN Game Night returns with Episode 6 of Situation Jukebox, the improvisational music game that chooses songs in response to specific situations. Members of The Retro Network will be facing off and see if champion Eric can defend his gold record belt!
Jason and Mickey return to talk movies, specifically the year 1988 as voted on by our listeners. With the coronavirus keeping everyone trapped at home, it's the perfect time to binge some movies so we've got you covered.
The first Bracket Madness tournament is here! Join Tim, Kevin, Gary, Stacey, and Jason as they determine the champion of '90s Music Videos.
In the first episode of Retro Ramblings, host Mickey invites his longtime friend Tiny to Talk cheeseburgers, then Adam to answer a 6 pack of questions about comic books.
Jason and Mickey return with yet another topic as voted by our listeners, our favorite NES games! First, we chat about the coronavirus situation and how it has impacted us and the sports world. Jason also gives a review of Sonic the Hedgehog and Dr. Pepper & Cream Soda. Then,we discuss the latest retro pop culture headlines in the Recurrent Events segment including:'Scream' reboot finds its directors'Knight Rider' K.I.T.T. nearing 10,000 supporters on LEGO IdeasSpam FriesThe world's largest Smurf gatheringIn this week's TRN Time Machine segment sponsored by the RetroDaze, Jason and Mickey blow out their cartridges and reveal their favorite Nintendo Entertainment System games of all time! When did we get our first NES console? What was your first game you bought with your own money? Did you parents ever get in on the fun? We answer those questions and somehow put together a Top 5 list from hundreds of choices. We also have a ton of listener feedback from Twitter to expand on our lists.Finally, we finish up the show with next week's topic poll which will involve movies and everything coming this week on The Retro Network and our Patreon page. Interact with us on social media by finding @TRNsocial on like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Connect with hosts Jason (@RD80s) and Mickey (@yesterdayville) on Twitter. If you enjoy the TRN Podcast and others in the channel like WIZARDS: The Podcast Guide to Comics and Sequelquest, please leave a 5-star rating in your favorite app.Support us on Patreon for bonus content including the TRN Drive-In '95 series reviewing 12 movies from 1995 and Grocery Stories featuring our experiences working at grocery stores in the '90s and early '00s. Consider backing us this week starting at just $2!Follow The Retro Network Podcast Channel on Podbean or subscribe on popular apps like Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Google Play, Pandora, TuneIn, Stitcher, AND MORE!
Jason and Mickey are back with another topic as voted by our listeners, the Best Breakfast Cereals of the '80s!
Jason and Mickey are back with another topic chosen by our listeners, Toys We Wanted But Never Got!
The Retro Network's talk show podcast returns to react to Toy Fair 2020!
Jason and Mickey return with another Time Capsule episode on the year 1984.
TRN Drive-In returns with a screening of the 1990 film Dick Tracy starring Warren Beatty, Madonna, and Al Pacino. Hosts for this episode are Adam and Michael from Wizards: The Podcast Guide to Comics who will take you on the journey of rediscovering the movie.
The listeners have spoken! After giving an opportunity to choose this week's Time Machine topic on Twitter, our listeners chose Discontinued Fast Food. But before we go back in time, Jason and Mickey do their weekly reality check with the latest Recurrent Events headlines including:Masters of the Universe: Revelation voice castRick Moranis returning for Disney's Shrunk movie sequelThe Rocketeer reboot back in developmentNew Batman: The Animated Series comic booksFunko "pops" the Domino's NoidOur TRN Time Machine segment this week sponsored by the RetroDaze YouTube Channel featuring Discontinued Fast Food items! Jason and Mickey list their Top 5 menu followed by the dozens of items on our listeners' menu! Burgers, sandwiches, sauces, and gimmicks are all discussed. Finally we'll wrap things up with what's coming up this week on The Retro Network and give you the chance to PICK THE YEAR FOR OUR NEXT TOPIC!Shoutouts include the Earbuds Podcast Collective and Pizza-Burger.comInteract with us on social media by finding @TRNsocial on like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Connect with hosts Jason (@RD80s) and Mickey (@yesterdayville) on Twitter. If you enjoy the TRN Podcast and others in the channel like WIZARDS: The Podcast Guide to Comics and Sequelquest, please leave a 5-star rating in your favorite app.Support us on Patreon for free bonus content including the new monthly Drive-In '95 series and our brand new miniepisode series Grocery Stories. You'll also find more exclusive content curated for our supporters. Consider backing us this week starting at just $2!The Retro Network Podcast is proudly hosted on Podbean. Subscribe to The Retro Network Podcast Channel on Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Google Play, TuneIn, Stitcher, and more!
Valentine's Day is almost here so this week's episode is dedicated to all the girls we've loved before. In this week's Time Machine segment, Jason and Mickey reveal their picks for a Mount Crushmore.
Jason and Mickey are back with another dive into our Flick Chart movie lists from the '70s in the Time Machine topic.
TRN Game Night is back with a new episode of Situation Jukebox, the improv music game that chooses songs in response to specific situations. Members of The Retro Network will be facing off and see if two-time champion Kevin can once again defend his title!
Jason and Mickey return for Superbowl week with some fun sports talk in the Time Machine.
Jason and Mickey are back with our first Time Capsule episode on 1995.
Jason and Mickey return with a follow up to our Top 5 Happy Meal Toys episode listing off our favorite kids meal toys from other fast food restaurants.
Happy New Year! Jason and Mickey's first podcast of the year is a preview of all the retro stuff coming in 2020.