Category: Blerd Grounds
The crew talks the Emmys, Watchmen, and its hopeful successor Lovecraft Country
The episode where James just goes off. Well, not only that. First, we honor the king we lost, then we dive into this Star Wars insanity that is the John Boyega GQ interview, we speak on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air return? And then we wrap up with the disc
We back y’all! We one again return to discuss racism, piracy, more racism and sexism, and an amazing show about racism and Lovecraftian horror…great list we know. Some come hang out with us as we break it all down on this episode of Blerd Grounds!
And we back yall! Kanye tryna run for president?! He best not forget his fishsticks! Plus JK Rowling is acting up and Hamilton prompts a discussion! Come hang out on our newest episode of Blerd Grounds!
As we are getting back into our flow, we had an amazing opportunity to sit down with voice actors Dean Redman and Deven Mack to talk about the current issues going on when it comes to their experiences, current choices being made in the field and the topi
Black Lives Matter. We’re back and we need to talk about the bullshit going on in the world!
Catchin up the crew as Covid-19 locks us all up and as Marcus takes his leave for the time being!
This week we sit down with writer Robert Jeffrey and discuss his career, his newest project The Crossing, and the growth of black creators in comics!
You can check out The Crossing right now and back this awesome project! https://www.kickstarter.com/p
In this episode, we wrap up our coverage of black history month with Doctor Jones as well as revisit Power Rangers drama and of course talk about the Candyman trailer.
This week, we sit down with co-writer of Bitter Root, and writer of On The Stump, Chuck Brown! We chat about both these books as well as his career in comics and the growth of comic creators of color in the industry!
After the fiasco that was the first roasting of Barnes & Noble’s “Diverse Edition” of classic novels on last week’s episode, Jasmine and James sit down with writer and author L.L Mckinney to roast some more, talk about her Nightmare-Verse series of books,
With the full team reassembled, we talk about the month of great importance. Black History month, the idea of representation mattering, and of course, the nerdiness of it all!