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5th Black Comic Festival Recap; Cameron's Back & So is "The Crew"-The Grind@6pm

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Hey Folks!  Let's try to uplift your spirits with our post Inauguration Day podcast!  Listen to a new pop/pulp centric broadcast of The Grindhouse, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing this Saturday at 6pm EST.  Join your Podcast Sinestro Corp (Claire Lanay, Capt. Kirk, Dburt and Capt. Kirk) as they use their power rings to deconstruct the following issues: the crew give their impressions of last week's 5th annual Black Comic Festival held at the historic Schomburg Center in Harlem, USA; it appears that famed director, James Cameron has received the film rights back for The Terminator and without missing a beat, he is teaming up with Deadpool alum, Tim Miller to craft a reboot; Ta-Nehisi Coates' Black Panther gets to expand the Wakanda-verse with a new The Crew comic book series; another Hollywood scion passes, Miguel Ferrer (Robocop, Twin Peaks, Young Justice) dies at 61; as DC/NBC's Powerless launches, how similar/different is it from Marvel's impending Damage Control TV series (courtesy of the late Dwayne McDuffie)?; Anne Hathaway's Kaiju themed Colossol and (the final) Logan trailers made it to the cyberwebs this week; with Sony confirmation, Miles Morales finally gets his cinematic albeit Spider-man animated closeup;  actor Tom Hardy in a recent Daily Beast interview gives his thoughts on a Christopher Nolan helmed James Bond film; the magic/sci-fi powered POC teen movie, Sleight released an engrossing trailer this week (and what about that Power Rangers trailer?); And lastly, Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson may be starring in both Shazam and Black Adam films.  Call in live at 646-915-9620.