Vince and Len set their phasers to 'happy, happy, joy, joy' and bask in the general goodness and fan-servicey nature of the latest episodes from STAR TREK DISCOVERY, which give disturbing insight into the character of Captain Lorca.
The Black Tribbles light the studio with NYCC-baked chatter on Justice League, Black Panther, new Phillip K Dick on Amazon, the best Marvel cameo ever, director Ryan Coogler and even the NFL.
JD and The BatTribble debate the rationale of a Black Cat movie, rave Tom Hardy, read emails and tell childhood comic book stories of crime. Then Len totally rewrites the way comic books should be published!
The Men get a welcome response to their Facebook group debut, including some celebrity feedback (oooh!) before - regrettably - getting down to the business of reviewing the rushed sequel to 1972's noble attempt at blaxploitation horror.
We celebrate Black Excellence in all shapes, sizes and ages. First we present THE ESSYNCE MOORE STORY, a chat with a 15 year old go-getter with 3 books, a fashion line and even a storefront in her past with world domination in her sights. Detroit's MECCACon fiery creator MAIA CROWN WILLIAMS reveals what's in the new MECCACon Subscription Box and writer GREG ANDERSON ELYSEE drops Vol II of the graphic novel Is'Nana The Were-Spider.
JD and Len are back with emails, casting news about a new movie starring Venom (?) and amalgamating horror movies with comic books...but you'll stay tuned for Detective Naked.
William Marshall strikes an imposing yet regal figure at the titular vampire of this blaxploitation classic that shamefully misses its mark but not without the actors giving their all. Most of them, anyway.
Vince and Len review ep 3 of CBS' latest Star Trek series but before they make a major correction from last week that seemingly flips the dynamics of their Trek fandom.
Foil Covers. Variant Covers. WHY? Mr. Dinkins creates one awesome band and JD lets loose the social justice warrior we all knows he longs to be!
BLACK LIGHTNING will be the latest addition to the CW's winning line-up of adapted DC Comics' superhero tales, rising from a checkered low-scale past amidst the numerous questionable portrayals of African American characters in the pubishing company's history.
In 1982 lightning cracked the foundation of Hollywood wide open. Eddie Murphy debuts onto the movie stage in director Walter Hill's 48 HRS where, alongside a grizzled Nick Nolte, he would set the course for moviemaking for the next 30 years.
Vince and Len are undeniably huge fans of Star Trek so they could not let CBS premiere their latest iteration - the Kelvin Universe prequel series STAR TREK DISCOVERY - pass into the night without a proper thoughtful hilarious review.
The Clown Princess of Crime HARLEY QUINN turns 25 years old and the Tribbles take the opportunity to look at the lore and lure of writer-artist Paul Dini and Bruce Timm's enduring multifaceted 'multi-personalitied' anti-hero/villian.
Issac Hayes, Yaphet Kotto and Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols are having so much fun chewing the scenery of 1974's TRUCK TURNER it's no wonder that Vince and Len have an equally fun time reviewing the blaxploitation classic.
The Black Tribbles celebrate the 300th episode of their flagship radio show with nostalgic memories, funny asides, heartfelt dedications and YOU - the one and only Tribble Nation!
Its seems that Driving Miss Daisy illicit quite a response from the Micheaux Missionaries; let's see what they think of 1992's animated feature BEBE's KIDS!
A real rocking superhero band could bleed all over the Hero Complex and JD and Len would never notice because IT happened!
The Black Tribbles take on the Justice League in all their glory! Hear chatter on Batman, Superman, and the rest; special interviews with SUSAN 'Wonder Woman' EISENBERG and PHIL 'GREEN LANTERN' LaMarr; CARL 'J'onn J'onnz' LUMBLY gets outed by the Tribbles and much much more! Plus the infamous BEYONCE as WONDER WOMAN debate!
The BatTribble and Johnny Destructo grouse over Marvel's Secret Empire, bridges too far, Optimus Prime's wings and much more!
Not is this one the longest episodes of the show; it may be the most heated exchanges Vince and Len have ever had when they sit down to review the 1989 Academy Award winning Picture of the Year DRIVING MISS DAISY, starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy.
The Men of Micheaux revel in the many shades of goodness in Marvel's THE DEFENDERS before enduring the task of waiting for 'just a little something more' from Jim 'The Dragon' Kelly in BLACK BELT JONES.
AUTUMN SIMMONS, the Quirky Tribble of The Quirk Chronicles on YouTube, reveals her Rebbie Jackson obsession and her controversial listing of THE TOP 10 BLACK TV SHOWS OF ALL-TIME. Hey, just where did GOOD TIMES land on the scale?
JD and Len welcome Randy aka R-Son back into the Complex just in time to meet the Crooked X Hill LIZ and drop panels of jewels on streaming networks, SnotGirl, artists doing good looking things, Battle Chasers and which Marvel chick is ready for those WOnder WOman hands.
The Men of Micheaux sit down with Actor/DJ DORIAN MISSICK and SIMONE MISSICK, the one and only 'Misty Knight' of Netflix and Marvel's Luke Cage and The Defenders to chop it up about the movie (and city) Detroit, Kid n Play vs Nice and Smooth, the sexuality of Halle Berry, Black Thought, Larenz Tate, Bill Bellamy and...oh yeah, we reviewed STRICTLY BUSINESS too.
Randy aka R-SON The Voice of Reason welcomes international DJ SKEME RICHARDS, the Career Crooks ZILLA ROCCA & SMALL PROFESSOR, mixologing socialite SUMMER WILLOW, music reviewer TOYA HAYNES, Micheaux Mission's VINCE WILLIAMS, DAN DINKINS of the Starting 5 Podcast, DefCon Jive's CANNON and JOHN & JOSH of Serious Rap Sh!t to talk about Kid n Play v Nice and Smooth, the loss art of creating an album, Google, the birth of hip-hop and so so much more!