Black Comic Fest '18; (Not So) Proud Mary; John Ridley's Other DC-TheGrind@6pm

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Black Comic Fest '18; (Not So) Proud Mary; John Ridley's Other DC-TheGrind@6pm
  • Language: eng
  • Published: 14 Jan 2018
  • Duration: 03:04:00

Hundalasiliah to our faithful afronerdists!  Pull up a seat and plug into a new episode of Afronerd Radio'sGrindhouse, airing this Sunday at 6pm ET.  Check for up-to-the-minute musings from your favorite podcast "Shadow Cabinet" team (Claire Lanay, Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt) as they bring their unique brand of analyses to the following topics: our impressions of the Black Panther themed (and first time Marvel/Lexus sponsored) 6th Annual Black Comic Book Festival held at the historic Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture;


And speaking of what an African themed film means-will Panther be seen in African movie theaters and does an Americanized vision of Africa appeal to Africans?; at this weekend's ACE Comic Con in Glendale, AZ, actor Sebastian Stan  (Winter Soldier) intimated something interesting about Hugh Jackman; Taraji P. Henson's Proud Mary appears to be having difficulty connecting with its audience;


Dburt discovers an enthralling anime entitled Inuyashiki, Last Hero (hat tip: Podcast Juice); 12 Years a Slave scribe, John Ridley returns not only with a sequel to his American Way graphic novel but he also another DC project entitled The Other History of the DC Universe; John Wick TV series?; #blackhogwarts trends and JK Rowling responds (Uagadou, anyone?); And then there's the Lucas Brother's "Black Hogwarts" script; are Syfy's Van Helsing and Superstition on the cancellation bubble? The "Daves" of Netflix-Letterman and Chappelle specials; Bruce Timm wants to make a Superman: Red Son animated and we'll discuss a whole host of other budding pulp news.  Call LIVE at 646-015-9620. THREE HOURS as we honor the iconography and sacrifice of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Hundalasiliah to our faithful afronerdists!  Pull up a seat and plug into a new episode of Afronerd Radio'sGrindhouse, airing this Sunday at 6pm ET.  Check for up-to-the-minute musings from your favorite podcast "Shadow Cabinet" team (Claire Lanay, Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt) as they bring their unique brand of analyses to the following topics: our impressions of the Black Panther themed (and first time Marvel/Lexus sponsored) 6th Annual Black Comic Book Festival held at the historic Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture;


And speaking of what an African themed film means-will Panther be seen in African movie theaters and does an Americanized vision of Africa appeal to Africans?; at this weekend's ACE Comic Con in Glendale, AZ, actor Sebastian Stan  (Winter Soldier) intimated something interesting about Hugh Jackman; Taraji P. Henson's Proud Mary appears to be having difficulty connecting with its audience;


Dburt discovers an enthralling anime entitled Inuyashiki, Last Hero (hat tip: Podcast Juice); 12 Years a Slave scribe, John Ridley returns not only with a sequel to his American Way graphic novel but he also another DC project entitled The Other History of the DC Universe; John Wick TV series?; #blackhogwarts trends and JK Rowling responds (Uagadou, anyone?); And then there's the Lucas Brother's "Black Hogwarts" script; are Syfy's Van Helsing and Superstition on the cancellation bubble? The "Daves" of Netflix-Letterman and Chappelle specials; Bruce Timm wants to make a Superman: Red Son animated and we'll discuss a whole host of other budding pulp news.  Call LIVE at 646-015-9620. THREE HOURS as we honor the iconography and sacrifice of Dr. Martin Luther King.