ON Networks Salutes Comic Books, Films & Geek Culture with New Internet TV Show Bif! Bam! Pow! Wow!

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Hipper than a speeding bullet, more irreverent than a locomotive and able to leap tall buildings with a single quip, Internet TV show Bif! Bam! Pow! Wow! (http://www.bifbampowwow.tv) makes its virtual debut via ON Networks. The new program celebrates and critically reviews all that geek culture holds dear: comic books, graphic novels, movies, action figures, video games and even the occasional fantasy babe.

The show also serves as a showcase for Tom's quirky personality and unique insider perspective.

    Bif! Bam! is hosted by Tom Seymour, a quirky Chicago comic book store manager who offers a behind-the-counter report filled with news and reviews for anyone interested in comics, superheroes, sci-fi or pop culture. Seymour takes on the role of tastemaker as he doles out his unsolicited opinions on comics and collectibles in spirited monologues, rants, and informed "Picks and Pans" segments. He is aided by fun graphics and sound effects alongside a motley crew of sidekicks, man-on-the-street interviews and occasional guest appearances.

"Bif! Bam! Pow! Wow! offers viewers a virtual tour through the Land of Geekdom, with something for everyone - from comic book aficionados to pop culture neophytes," says producer John Champion. "The show also serves as a showcase for Tom's quirky personality and unique insider perspective."

Recent episodes include a Batman-themed trip down memory lane, in which Seymour takes on the past, present and future of the Dark Knight, and a Spiderman-themed extravaganza, in which Seymour rates the best and worst Spidey comics, critiques the wall crawler's costumes over the years, and interviews Marvel Comics artist Skottie Young.

Future episodes will feature such topics as "The Simpsons," "A Hulk By Any Other Color" and "Star Trek: A New Frontier?" as well as exclusive interviews with the likes of Eugene Roddenberry, Richard Hatch, Will Wheaton and more.

Bif! Bam! Pow! Wow! is part of ON Networks' collection of smart, short-form entertainment that can be watched anytime, anywhere and on any device. ON Networks is one of the largest providers of original, high-definition content that is compatible with all Apple platforms, including the iPhone, iPod and Apple TV.

Viewers who like to watch TV on the Internet can screen episodes by visiting http://www.bifbampowwow.tv. There, they can also subscribe to receive notices about new Bif! Bam! Pow! Wow! episodes and get other program information. Other shows available at http://www.onnetworks.com are: Austin Connoisseur, Backpack Picnic, Bif! Bam! Pow! Wow!, Budget Health Nut, Cocktails on the Fly, Comedy Insider, Dinner with the Band, Feng Shui Your Way, Food Science, Golf Tips, I Am Blackness, Local Wisdom, Lust for Looks, ON Dating, Play Value, Searchin' USA, Sheltered, Stump the Chef, The 5-Minute Drill, Try This At Home and Zen Living.

To share an episode of any ON program, simply visit http://www.onnetworks.com and select the desired show and episode. Next, click on the mail icon or the "less than / greater than" icon in the player control bar. There, you can e-mail the episode or view the embedded HTML player code, which can be copied and then pasted onto any web page.

About ON Networks, Inc.

ON Networks is changing the way traditional TV programs are created, distributed, consumed and monetized. It's a new media company delivering original, high-definition shows on-demand across multiple digital platforms, including the Internet, digital cable, IPTV and various mobile and gaming devices. Offering lifestyle programs for a variety of pastimes and pursuits, ON's short-form, weekly shows satisfy the growing demand for relevant, smart and entertaining programming that is available when, where and how viewers want to watch it. Join the growing community of show viewers and creators at http://www.onnetworks.com.

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