Welcome to the impending Holiday season, folks! Join Dburt, Daryll B. and Capt. Kirk for another informative, eventful and fun packed edition of this Saturday's Grindhouse double feature broadcast starting at 6pm eastern. For our first "act," check out The Comic Shoppe where we will be unraveling the following pulp inspired mysteries: with Geoff Johns rehabilitating the Aquaman character and talk of a feature film, is the aquatic hero truly ready for his close-up?; our thoughts relating to the shocking deaths of two beloved TV characters, Brian the Dog and Detective Carter of the Family Guy and Person of Interest, respectively; which comic book publishing house does a better job at diversity-Marvel or DC? ; Dburt highlights several books (Black Comics, Super Black, Black Comix) that might be of interest to those who might need a reference material for Black characterization in comics and if time permits, the crew's thoughts on international comic book/nerd culture-Al Jazeera reports that Bangladesh has a growing interest in comicdom. Call live at 646-915-9620.
Next up, check out Afronerd Radio airing at 7pm eastern. Listen to Capt. Kirk and Dburt wax on the following topics: our interview with motivational speaker/software engineer, Rachel Decoste pertaining to her recent Huffpost op-ed about being Black and Canadian; Does "Shopping while Black" extend to online transactions? A new study affrims that racial intonations in cyberspace can hurt sales and if time permits, we will pick up where we left off (Dinesh D'souza's twitter rant at POTUS, NY Times' piece on art influencing intelligence, etc) from our Mid Week broadcast. See you at 6 and 7pm! Excelsior!
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