Mark Hamillıs Pop Culture Quest Episode 2 -­ Monsters vs Robots

Bespin refugee - November 23, 2016

Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest Episode 2 - Monsters vs Robots
Mark’s affinity for Godzilla leads him to collector Scott Zillner, whose home is filled with thousands of monsters and robots. Scott even hosts a special fan convention for enthusiasts called Power Morphicon. Tag along as we learn how Scotts passion transcended his home and landed him on the convention floor.

Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest launched last week with a visit to DC Comics and a conversation with the legendary Jim Lee! In this week’s episode Mark will be checking out the monster and robot collection of Scott Zillner. Scott is the man behind the bi-annual Power Morphicon and his collection of giant robot and Kaiju memorabilia is one of monster proportion.

Tune in next week when Mark visits famed collector Jeff Bond and they check out the one and only spaceship model of them all, the Nostromo.
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