Topics: It takes two to tango. Maria & I talk about C2E2, great guests coming to DragonCon, #BlackPodcastWeek, the return of Steven Universe this summer, Toonami showing another season of Fooly Cooly, and how we are tired of the back-to-back reboots of Superman, Batman, and Spiderman movies.
Topics: Janelle Monáe Joins Taraji P. Henson and Octavia Spencer in 'Hidden Figures', Google hires founder of 4chan, presumably to work on Google+, and ShowTime's Dark Net episode on episode 7 features our very own Jamie Nesbitt-Golden and Mikki Kendall. This week we discuss our favorite Thursday line-up of Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away With Murder.
I began watching DCs Legends of Tomorrow over the weekend. I was a little behind so I marathoned the first four episodes and in general I enjoyed it. However, the relationship dynamics between Jefferson Jackson (So, you decided to name your only black character after two American presidents. Did they have to be slave owning presidents? What’re you trying to say, DC?) and Dr. Stein; the two halves of Firestorm have left my panties bunched.
Topics: Netflix creating a live-action "Legend of Zelda" show, Joseph David-Jones casted as Connor Hawke in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and 'Pacific Rim 2' is back on with 'Daredevil's Steven S. DeKnight directing. Check out our Black Owned Business of the Week, Lippies By Shana. This week we discussed the dynamic of Firestorm's relationship between Jefferson and Dr. Stein and Lucifer tv show.
Topics: Hayao Miyazaki came out of retirement to work in 3D, Ava DuVernay Has Been Asked to Direct 'A Wrinkle In Time', and the Dark Tower's Producer Has A Blunt Message For Those Who Don't Like Idris Elba. Check out our Black Owned Business of the Week, Kashmirviii. The creator, Kashmar Thompson, offers an assortment of accessories, home decor and stationery with a Black culture influence from the 80s to now. Find her on twitter @kashmirviii. This week we review the Deadpool movie and discuss the Grammy's Awards show.