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Muhammad Ali Passes; Namor Returns; Flash's New Director-The Grind@6pm EST

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For brevity's sake, let's just get on with it! Check out our latest installment of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse podcast airing today at 6pm EST.  Listen to your podcast "Challengers of the Unknown" (Claire Lanay, Dburt, Daryll B. and Capt. Kirk) as they lend their special analyses to the following topics: again, 2016 continues to prove to be a lousy year with the litany of celebrity deaths-iconic boxer, socio-political activist and ico, Muhammad Ali passes from Parkinson's disease; Marvel's Chief Creative Officer confirms that the film rights to The Submariner-Prince Namor, have reverted back to the House of Ideas; after Seth-Grahame Smith walked away from the director's chair of the WB's Flash film adaptation, word has it that Dope's Rick Famuyiwa will helm Barry Allen's story; according to the Bleeding Cool site, British actor, Paterson Joseph was at one time, up for the role as the first Black Doctor Who in the eleventh iteration of the character; our first impressions of the Sundance Channel's foray into an Austrailan /Aboriginal X-men inspired Cleverman TV series; actress Rose McGowan calls out X-Men: Apocalypse for a billboard depicting violence toward women; delving more into Snoop Dog vs Roland Martin vs Roots reboot debate; The Mary Sue highlights the importance of podcasters of color and yet the commenters prove that if they haven't thought about the existence of minority pcasts-therefore, they don't exist.  And lastly, based on the latest DC Rebirth issue, are readers to assume that The Watchmen mythology has been merged into this event?  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620