Pull up a seat and check out The Comic Shoppe with your hosts, Dburt, Daryll B and Captain Kirk airing tonight at 6pm. The issues under the pulp inspired microscope this week are: more on the animated front with the Avatar: The Last Airbender inspired show, The Legend of Korra and Dburt's desire to see the probending tournaments shown in the cartoon brought to the video gaming world; according to a tweet from Cannes, a Ant Man movie may have been greenlighted; someone (OK, the Avengers and the execution of a bad idea) sunk Battleship with a 25 million dollar box office takedown; in an effort to take the place of Smallville, the trailer for Arrow is released and lastly, according to a recent Comic Book Resources piece, should TV scheduling be considered an antiquated format due in part to DVR technology and the internet? AGAIN....call us live at 646-915-9620 or contact the show via instant message or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And now for the coup de grace...join Dburt and Captain Kirk for a bit more edge on Afronerd Radio at 7pm. This time the issues to be discussed for their Week in Review segment are: more on Facebook Wall Street review and even in the world of high stakes business and finance, the "hoodie" is tolerated begrudgingly-the difference between Mark Zuckerberg and Trayvon Martin's hoodie wearing etiquette; a African-American UCLA doctor being likened to a gorilla denotes old school racism in the new world order; Dburt mentions Giovanni Aldini as the real life inspiration for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.The entertainment industry mourns the passing of two music giants in their restive genres, Donna Summer and Chuck Brown and megastar, Will Smith lays the smackdown on a fresh reporter during the Russian premiere of Men in Black III.
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