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Join Debbie Workman, this week as she chats with authors Gracie Wilson, Ren Alexander and Tricia Daniels. These ladies will be introducing us to their books, their writing process and the upcoming Mashup.
Also joining the discussion will be Tiffany Fox and author Ashley Suzanne, organizers of the Detroit Mashup Author Event.
It's amazing that there's only 47 days, 20 hours and 40 minutes as we're draft this episode description until Avengers 2 hits the theaters, but who's counting? Welcome to the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse Mashup where the worlds of geekdom/blerdom, politics and current events collide and more importantly, the "uncanny" Daryll B. sits in for the show's entirety. The topics scheduled to be atomized are: Playstation's Powers TV series hit the net and the ubiquitous game consoles last week and we give our impressions; our thoughts about DMG Entertainment purchasing the film rights to Valiant Comics' intellectual properties; just what is all the hoopla over the Apple watch and can anyone below the late Steve Jobs' pay grade afford it?; a few geek incidentals to chop up (TV's Supergirl costume, Preacher casting, SHIELD, Arrow and Flash predictions, Fish Mooney exits Gotham, the Daredevil Kingpin centric trailer) ; Dburt plays devil's advocate (shocker!) regarding credit scores being used for screening job applicants; Chappie and Focus reviews; Univision host compares FLOTUS to a character in the Planet of the Apes (wow); in more #BlackLivesMatterOnlyWhenWhitesAreInvolved news-a young Oakland mother is gunned down while trying to shield her kids from gunfire and lastly, #BLACKBUFFOONERYTRUMPSWHITECRIMINALITY-Dburt notices that the NY Daily News provided a front page spread for a brutal Black girlfight in a Brooklyn McDonalds but the Mafisoso 55 kilo drug bust story was relegated to a small mention on page 10! (continue watching Empire at your own peril, folks). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Welcome to a new Grindhouse Mashup broadcast, courtesy of the Afronerd Radio machine airing this Saturday at 6pm eastern. Join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and Daryll B. as they unravel the following mysteries: illustrator, graphic designer and independent comic publisher, Jerome Walford stops by to discuss his Nowhere Man (Forward Comix) graphic novel series; the Daredevil Netflix trailer hits the cyberwebs; the crew finally gets around to analyzing Ethan Hawke's Predestination film; maybe a bit more discussion about last week's annual Afronerd Super Bowl gathering including Daryll B's impressions; Mehcad Brooks is Jimmy Olsen in the upcoming CBS Supergirl series; a viral letter addressed to DC comics from an eleven year old female fan requesting more superheroines comes just as Marvel announces their woman centric, A-force comic series (and where is that minority representation letter?) ; more fallout from the Brian Williams RPG-gate embellishment fiasco; the corporate structure continues to pour "minstrel juice" over what appears to be a dessicated Black cultural standard-introducing the Match Made in Heaven reality TV show; DC promises to "diversify" their lineup for the June post Convergence storylines, but what does that mean exactly? and lastly, the Black Feminist Blogger web series exemplifies the obvious-CREATE YOUR OWN S_ _ _! (mainstream media are not in the business of Black pride TV...case in point-Empire). Call in live at 646-915-9620!
Happy New Year! Nuff said....or maybe not! Welcome to the 2015 edition of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse Mashup broadcast airing this Saturday at 6pm (EST) sharp! Our longtime listeners know the drill-The Grindhouse Mashup is simply the show where the lines between Afronerd Radio and The Comic Shoppe are truly "blerd." Join Daryll, B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they pontificate on this past year's goings ons in pop culture (superhero films, sci-fi/fantasy TV-Korra's controversial ending, binge watching, conventions, games/gaming consoles), politics (Ferguson protests, racism-Donald Sterling/Sony hacks, police brutality, POTUS, famous deaths,etc). Additionally, we will address our predictions in pulp/pop culture (Avengers 2, Ant-Man, Star Wars, etc) as well as what to expect during President Obama's remaining viable year as POTUS. This is the wrap-up/futurist show NOT TO MISS! Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Every Friday we have uncensored fun on air, as we review the funny, ridiculous and interesting happenings of the week. Tune in to kick your weekend off to a great start! If you'd like to share in the fun, call in on 646-649-0066
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MEDIA MASHUP SHOW tonight on Technology Tuesday: Crystal Smith Johnson & Keba Richmond Green from 3 Counselors and a Couch Joins "Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson". Both Shows at the same time... 'Effects Of Technology On The Mind: Going Virtual' Start on our show and then to their show - THIS WILL BE SOO COOL - TUNE INTO BOTH! Making technology palatable for everyday people. We talk on everything from Nanotech to blogging.Tune in herewww.blogtalkradio.com/wxrp4 or 646.478.3474
Happy Easter! On this pagan/Christian mashup holiday of death and rebirth the guys at That's What He Said bring you more exciting geek world news! Lou and Freddy have news on the Deadpool film, the reason behind Michael Keaton's SNL appearance, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross' new sketch series, and the Arrow's new role. Plus we'll take a look at some classic video game Easter Eggs. Join us during the live show at 323-693-3811 and chime in!
Host Tabatha Pope welcomes author, Kate Mathis to THE LIBRARIAN on Authors on the Air.
Kate Mathis is the author of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. This female spy series is an action-packed mashup of adventure, mystery, humor and romantic-suspense. Kate lives in Tucson, Arizona with her husband and twin daughters. She graduated from the University of Arizona and is currently working on BOOK 5 of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. Kate also has a Children’s/Young Adult titled Moon Over Monsters. After almost a decade in banking, she left to pursue her childhood dream of writing. Leaving the fluorescents behind she dropped into a world of espionage and never looked back. Kate shows her appreciation for wildlife with four large dogs roaming the yard. She likes to play her music too loud and tries not to take things too seriously. Kate never texts while driving, doesn’t have voicemail and would give up her cell in a heartbeat if she didn’t have kids. Find out more about Kate on her website, www.katemathis.net.
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As the title infers, we're a few weeks away from our usual Grindhouse Mashup broadcast, but since we preempted our last show, let's give our audience as much fun, facts and fire as inhumanly (a term Black Bolt can only whisper) possible. So join Dburt, Daryll B. and Capt. Kirk this Saturday at 6pm to unfurl the following pop/pulp/political topics: the highly anticipated Aaron McGruder Black Jesus project raises the ire of Christian Groups; three cast members from Marvel's Ant-man have left the (ant)"farm" ; the team finally weighs in on the NYPD choke hold death of Eric Garner; waxing on an Esquire blog piece entitled Are Blacksuperheroes Good for Black People?; Dburt laments the emergence of rapper, Bobby Shmurda and ponders why isn't "innocence" marketed to people of color; New York Knickerbocker, Carmelo Anthony starts a venture capital firm for tech startups; ESPN sports analyst, Stephen A, Smith dared to give a "deconstructed" viewpoint about domestic violence in the wake of the Ray Rice controversy and gets pummeled on twitter; Expendables 3 makes its way online in HD quality, how will this affect the box office returns (100K+ downloads in 24 hours can't be good); San Diego Comic Con revelations and lastly, was the casting call for the upcoming NWA biopic, Straight Outta Compton really shocking? Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. And remember, make yours Afronerd, The Comic Shoppe and The Grindhouse!
Greetings to our stalwart fanbase! Well, one of the bricks from the foundation of the house that nerd built has been removed-actor, Leonard Nimoy passes at 83. For obvious and appropriate reasons we will discuss Mr. Nimoy's career and his placement in the pantheon of American (if not, international) popular culture. Join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and Daryll B. for a new episode of The Grindhouse Mashup, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing this Saturday at 6pm. Additional topics to be disassembled and then reassembled in our metaphysical transporter room are: speculations on what big announcement Robert Downey Jr and Marvel are slated to make in the next few days; our thoughts about the internet NSFW version of the Power Rangers short; after Gotham's grisly episode involving Jada Pinkett Smith's Fish Mooney character, can the character continue in the series and is there a possible transition to the print world?; hat tip to Shadow and Act for highlighting an upcoming African themed animated movie entitled, Bilal starring Lost's Mr. Echo (or the more fearsome Adebisi of Oz) himself, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje; as great and as crucial the movie, Selma may be, Dburt ponders other historical events that are ready for a cinematic "closeup"; more hair politics after the Zendaya-Rancic televised fallout; Monique vs Lee Daniels vs Hollywood and lastly, more on entertainment entrepreneur, Byron Allen's lawsuit against Time Warner cable (incl. Rev Al "black pawn" allegations). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. And in the immortal words of Spock-"once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
Hello to our loyal Afronerdic citizenry! Why not listen to the pulp, pop cultural and political musings of our monthly "mixtape" broadcast, The Grindhouse Mashup? Again, the lines become truly "blerd" when the "Uncanny " Daryll B. sits in on a the Mashup (hence a combo of topics for both The Comic Shoppe and Afronerd Radio) show. The funs begins this Saturday at 6pm! Join Dburt, Daryll B. and Capt. Kirk as they utilize their cerebro helmets to unravel the following mysteries: our thoughts on the critically panned but financially viable, Transformers: Age of Extinction; and speaking of Transformers, is Mark Wahlberg really being considered for a Six Million Dollar Man reboot?; are polls accurate in assessing President Obama as the worst President since World War II? ( what Tricky Dicky doesn't rate?) ; Shadow and Act highlights a one time Hollywood proposal (pre Chris Nolan) to have the Hughes brothers direct a the Batman reboot with Clint Eastwood as the lead (no one thought Batman Beyond would be a better fit?) ; picking up from our last Mid Week show, a Black NJ prep school class president loses her title for mocking the White student body and The Root puts the focus on the need for more Black female rappers (why not just more FEMALE rappers) ; the crew weighs in on Marvel's latest event story line, Original Sin; is Deliver Us From Evil's Edgar Ramirez up for the Doctor Strange film; our thoughts on CW's The Flash cyber leak and lastly, BleedingCool.com discusses the gender politics behind Marvel's short lived Witches comic and how things have changed with women in comics. Call the show live at 646-915-9620. Imperius Rex, brethren!
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