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Panther's Box Office pt2; How to Reboot DCEU; Lost in Space-The Grind 7pm

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OK we're back at it again!  Welcome to the latest installment of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review (MWIR) podcast-airing this Wednesday at 7pm eastern. Join your favorite Dora Milaje warriors-the testosterone edition (Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt) as they wax about the following pop and pulp culture issues: Marvel's Black Panther continues to dominate the box office with fans petitioning for an early Wakanda series or movie (didn't Dburt allude to a steampunk/Victorian era Wakandaverse last week?) ; and in the wake of Panther supremely outperforming the Justice League (didn't he best the FF in issue #52?): at the box office, just what would it take to reboot the DCEU or is that necessary?; Netflix' Lost in Space trailer hits the cyberwebs; Black-ish and Grown-ish EPs,  Laurence Fishburne and Helen Fishburne are working on a Moon Girl animated series; discussng the return of writer, Christopher Priest to comic books, especilally this current run of the Justice League; Claudia Gordon, bears the distinction of becoming the first deaf Black woman to earn a Juris Doctor degree;  Dburt has another Black masculinity is in peril rant;  Michael B. Jordan's Fahrenheit 451 trailer hit the cyberwebs this week;  a recent Washinton Post piece theorizes that although its been 50 years since the historic Kerner Commission and their subsequent report on racial inequality and poverty, evidence supports that not much has improved (if not gotten worse); And lastly, as mentioned countless times on Afronerd, what is seen in cinema is just a "test run" for reality-it appears that New Orleans police have been using predictive technology (think Minority Report) to catch criminals with great efficacy.  Call LIVE at 646-915-9620.