Renaissance Noir invites the Tribble Nation to see Black Panther as they've never seen him before. The Tribbles pity Kanye West. THE HISTORY OF CAPTAIN MARVELS is revealed. And then we come to the shocking last hour of the show where...
JD and Len are back with their long-awaited thoughts on Marvel Studios' AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, welcoming Hero Complex customers Zack and Bill as well as fan favorite Brandon to share their words as well. Plus the guys revisit all of the films of the MCU's 10 year history.
The Tribbles really loved Avengers: Infinity War. So much so that they really don't give it a review as such; they just GO IN on the whole experience! Featuring guest reviewer GABE CASTRO of The Ghouls Next Door podcast.
After 7 years together, the Black Tribbles are guests on their own show as LORNE PETERS of WPPM's MAGZ FM takes the driver seat to lead Len, Kennedy, Randy, Erik, Jason and Isaiah down memory lane. And Randy debuts music from his upcoming album Boom Bap Therapy. Plus at the end of the show - shots fired!
JD and Len are back doing some talking from the Gutter, repeating an email, straightening out an emailer then finally getting to spoiler-free review of Marvel's Infinity War.
After reading their feedback from the Missionaries, Vince leads Len into a dissection of the loosely science fictional blaxploitation flick WELCOME HOME, BROTHER CHARLES.
Returning Tribbles GABE CASTRO, TIMAREE and ALEXA GOLD join NANCY MARIE to lend their sumptuous vocals to the our final Octavia City 2018 stories - VANISHING RABBITS by Da'Shen, TECH SABBATICAL from Gary E. Moore and ELLA'S CHILDREN and LV246 by Wi-Moto Nyoka.
Vince and Len review one of the most slept on films of 2016 - Colm McCarthy's THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS - featuring mesmerizing performances by Sennia Nenua and Glenn Close.
J1-Studios' Jason Richardson, our very own Spider-Tribble, leads a spoiled breakdown of Steven Spielberg's long awaited adaptation of the 90s Time Capsule disguised as READY PLAYER ONE.
We welcome podcaster GABE "Horror Tribble" CASTRO (The Ghouls Next Door) to help give life to new thrilling and hilarious tales by JEDAH MAYBERRY and TED LANGE IV before turning Octavia City over to the evocative charms of singer JACQUELINE CONSTANCE.
E-Mack aka the Master Tribble sits down again with his better half Jasmine aka Phoenix Tribble and resident black man Big Poppa Smurf Tribble Keith Robinson for a deep-dive conversation about the cultural relevance of Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER.
Len drops a mea culpa and we finally hear from the Missionaries on Tyler Perry and more. Then the Men of Micheaux review Will Smith's 2004 sci-fi thriller I, ROBOT.
Len and JD welcome Kyra into the Tribble Nation, review Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One, bemoan the treatment of Tim Drake and list their very very Guilty Pleasures. And much much more -- Enjoy!
RICKY PAUL, the irrepressible man behind PhillyCAM's SYLVER ALERT, lends his vocal gymnastics to the Tribble's portrayal of author Wi-Moto Nyoka's LAST ONE STANDING and PACK RULES; then we get alliterative with Acquanetta Sproule's PORTOBELLICOSE.
JD and Len bypass the Easter eggs and holy communions for some fresh GUTTER TALK on those who have arisen much to our comic book loving chagrin! Enjoy.
The Men of Micheaux really like ATTACK THE BLOCK and really want to talk all about the film debut of Star Wars' John Boyega but first they - code for Len - has to get a big slice of ACRIMONY off his chest! Edited for impressionable ears.
OH YEAH! It's an insane night when The BatTribble swaps out the crew for DAN DINKINS of the Starting 5 podcast, DAXAVIER JOSIAH of A.C.M.G. plus family & friends to determine THE GREATEST BIG MAN OF WRESTLING. Plus KYRA KNOX sends out a call for help with a very cool Kickstarter - PHILLY FRESH!
Stephanie Humphrey aka TECH-LIFE STEPH comes to the Mission complete with Krush Groove stories, Force MD riffs, a killer crossover, Facebook insight and a Loves Jones for LOVE & BASKETBALL that is insatiable!
The Tribbles speak with COUSIN JOHN about his great new children's book 'Chase Does It All' before getting into the healthy and overtime debate of the BEST FICTIONAL CHILD, with help from Amalgam Comics' ARIELL JOHNSON & CORIN WILSON.
Sidney Poitier brings his A-game and his checkbook to the under appreciated BROTHER JOHN, an interesting drama from 1971 that has resonance that continues to shine today. Or so we think.
The Tribbles are joined by ARIELL JOHNSON of Amalgam Comics and SUMMER WILLOW of the Ladies Luv Hip-Hop podcast to see what dome reigns supreme. Big fun ensued!
Len introduces a new segment in honor of long-time listener/Hero Complex customer BRANDON then another long-time fan - DERRICK - gets the Tribble name of his purple dreams and JD gets a long awaited do-over!
RICHARD PRYOR has his name above the title and leading our review of 1977's WHICH WAY IS UP? costarring the underrated Lonette McKee and Margaret Avery. Plus A Wrinkle in Time vs Black Panther, Duck-Duck-Hen, The Missicks and 'passing for Indian.'
DAXAVIER JOSIAH, the man behind the incredible A.C.M.G. (Anime, Comics, Movies, Games) Facebook group, helps the Comic Book Tribbles (Bats, Supes and Spider) determine which long running comic book series reigns supreme over them all.
STEPHANIE RENEE, the irrepressible Vibe Mistress of the long running music podcast Soul-Sanctuary puts one of her favorite romantic comedies - LOVING JEZEBEL with Hill Harper and Nicole Ari Parker - on the chopping block and one o the Men is particularly 'hangry!'