Just because the EU might be breaking up, doesn't mean that's the case for your podcast Fantastic Four! Check out the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. Listen to your favorite sonic adventurers (Claire Lanay, Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt) as they unearth this week's following topics: perhaps the "third time is a charm" adage wil ring true when the Editor in Chief (EIC) of Vortex Inc, Bamidele Sogbesan, stops by to discuss not only her comic company but burgeoning Blerd culture in West Africa; The Girl with All the Gifts trailer hit the cyberwebs this past week to much social media fanfare; the folks at ComicBookMovie.com get a special invite to the set of the live action Justice League movie.
Dburt discovers that the 2016 Laurence Fishburne and Thomas Jane thriller, Standoff is now available on Netflix and for some reason it's making the rounds as a delayed must see film; with talk of a Sony crafted Silver Sable film and an expanded Spider-verse still afoot, how does this contour/contrast with their partnership with Marvel?; HBO's Insecure trailer featuring Awkward Black Girl's Issa Rae also hit the cyberwebs: Dburt laments the cancellation of Showtime's understated Steampunk/horror series, Penny Dreadful; Mark Millar's KickAss gets rebooted with an African-American protagonist; the Comics Alliance site posits LGBTQ sexuality flipping comic characters in homage to Pride Week, but the Paradise Island-Wonder Woman question bears examination. And lastly, dovetailing off of the Comics Alliance theme, the second annual NYC Flame Con arrives with a no toy gun cosplay policy in the wake of the Orlando massacre. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
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