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The November 25 & 26, 2017 welcomes Overdrive Reality!

Based in Chicago, Illinois, Overdrive Reality is a team of guys that started a YouTube Channel talking about Video Games, Music, Movies, Comics and BEvERages. Overdrive Reality most recently appeared at the Midwest Gaming Classic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is now ready to come up from Chi-town and provide Live Coverage of the Chicago Pop Culture Con for the 1st time ever!

Matt, Adam, and Mike will represent Team Overdrive Reality that weekend. In real life, the main host of the show Matt Isbill is also a host for Monster Jam on FOX Sports 1, while Adam Malkowski is a stand-up comedian, and Mike Trinidad is a mixologist who can commentate Mortal Kombat 2 Tournaments like Howard Costel at a prize fight! All three of these guys have serious passion for everything that is talked about on the Overdrive Reality Channel!

Overdrive Reality will be broadcasting live throughout the whole weekend at the Chicago Pop Culture Con. They will be interviewing guests from the Con and so much more!

You can check them out at or at

The November 25 & 26, 2017 welcomes Brian Heinz!

Brian Heinz is better known as The Last Angry Geek.  For over 8 years he’s been a part of the revolutionary review site CHANNEL AWESOME! (Formerly That Guy With The Glasses).

He reviews comic books on his show, COMIC BOOK ISSUES.  He reviews new episodes of Dr. Who on his show YOU KNOW WHO and even continues the time honored tradition

of mocking educational shorts on his show GEEK-RIFFS.  Beyond that he’s worked with The Nostalgia Critic, Linkara & Rifftrax.  Most recently he produced a sequel to Channel Awesome’s 

anniversary film: SUBURBAN KNIGHTS, the short film: CRITICS & CREATURES.  All this and he’s still not particularly angry.  He’s certainly not the Last of anything.  But he is a Geek. 

We’ll grant him that.

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