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More on Black Panther & Ta-nehisi, Fall TV Eps & More-The Grindhouse, Sat @6pm

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Well people......we're back and so is the fall TV season! We spoke about this a bit last week during our infamous Podcasters Summit, but a few shows have premiered this week and we have opinions!  Oh yeah, welcome to a new episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse podcast-airing this Saturday at 6pm EST.

Join your Podcast Defenders (Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt) as they share their opinions on the folllowing subjects: more on author and Atlantic scribe, Ta-nehisi Coates writing a new Black Panther series for Marvel (specifcally Daryll's opinion); The Mission's Joseph Illidge also weighs in via Comic Book Resources on the Black Panther relaunch; our impressions of this week's list of premiere TV episodes (i.e. The Player, Heroes Reborn, Rosewood, Gotham, Blindspot, etc); Marvel's Master of Kung-Fu to get four Omnibuses in '16-could that mean something else....cinematically?; Afro Samurai returns as a video game download-Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma; a fascinating Kickstarter campaign is afoot...Purge:Past Unspoken by Roosevelt Pitt, Jr.; fashionista/rapper, Kanye West gives greater insight on his future presidential aspirations in a recent Vanity Fair piece (SOS...please!); is Wonder Woman screenwriter, Jason Fuchs (Pan) has jumped in the Marvel vs DC frey by positing that the DC Extended Universe is.....guess what?....DARKER than Marvel....once and for all-is that really true?; Afropunk's Jocelyn Cooper tells Billboard Magazine that diversity in Black Culture can no longer be ignored.

And lastly, the crew waxes about Batman #44 (by Brian Azzarello and Scott Snyder) and how the storyline appears to channels a Black Lives Matter theme.  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.