Pop Culture Cosmos

PCC Podcast

From the minds that brought you Nintendo Quest, Game Source, Mario Party Wars, Wine Women and Words and Retro City Games it’s our look at all things Pop Culture!

Stay tuned for the latest updates on Television, Film, Comic Books, Sci-Fi, Video Games, Technology, Collectibles, Board/Card Games, Pro Wrestling and more as we collect and share the hottest news and opinions from around the Pop Culture universe!

Check out the podcast at Pop Culture Cosmos. popculturecosmos.com

Josh Pederson and Gerald Glassford
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Pop Culture Cosmos #232- The Best and Worst Super Bowl Ads, WandaVision Gets A Surprise Guest, and What’s the Wrestlemania Decision For Edge and Bianca Belair?

Welcome back to another jam-packed episode of the Pop Culture Cosmos as TJ Johnson, Ellowyn Glassford, and Marcus De La Garza share thoughts with Gerald on episode five of WandaVision and how the BIG reveal (SPOILERS!) may ultimately change the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marcus also has some thoughts on season

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Pop Culture Cosmos #231- WandaVision Excitement Interrupts This Program, A Galaxy of Hope For the Future of Star Wars, and Discovering The Ghosts of Shepherdstown with Bill Hartley!

Our latest show is packed with interviews as Noah Ian Fein from HunnicWeen and Ellowyn Glassford share their thoughts as we review episode four of WandaVision and how it brings an entirely new view of the series many fans have been waiting for (SPOILERS!). Plus Bill Hartley from The Ghosts of Shepherdstown

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