The Gutter reopens with a flood of emails, a Wonder Woman review, knock-off action figures, miscast movies and Adam West remembered.
The creative team of BLACK - KWANZA OSAYJEFO & JAMAL IGLE - call in while the Kickstarter Maven JR BLACKWELL schools us all on the many lessons that crowd source fave Kickstarter has to taught them over many successful campaigns. Plus new music by SuperTribble aka R-Son, the Voice of Reason.
With Wonder Woman in theaters and Black Panther going before cameras in mere weeks, the list of movies that everyone want to see made has been shortened by two. So Black Tribbles offers the TOP 10 MOVIES THAT WE WANNA SEE MADE NOW, some speculative movie pitching of insane sequels, horror, action and animation like none you've ever heard.
The Usual Tribbles are joined by CinemaBlend's MICHAEL REYES and Tinsel & Tine's LEANNE LINDSAY plus a rare appearance by R-SON aka SuperTribble in spirited down right nasty 'debate-grument' about WONDER WOMAN, starring Gal Godot. YOU MUST HEAR THIS!
Erik aka Master Tribble is joined by his wife Jaz, the Phoenix Tribble, in a review of Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron in the movie adaptation of BAYWATCH.
Continuing their look at misogyny in America, The Tribbles set their sights on the disturbing trend of misogyny in Father-Daughter relationships. It starts with a look into their own backyards.
Jay Rich aka Spider-Tribble leads a pack of Tribbles in a rousing but illuminating review of the 5th (final?) installment of the Walt Disney franchise, starring a comatose Johnny Depp.
The World's Finest Tribbles join JD answering messages in the Gutter Talk mailbag which leads to chatter about Occupy Avengers, Black Panther and the Crew, the Marvel Movie Formula, True Story Swear To God, the incomparable Josephine Baker and more.
Artist TERRY HUDDLESTON took a short break from hustling at the Great Philly Comic Con to chat with Bats and Master Tribble about reaching for the skies with vending dreams and representing for the unrepresented in his artwork.
Theme music MONDAY, MONDAY by the Mamas & Papas
#misogyNO - Apparently misogyny against women BY WOMEN is a very real thing as Len learns from an illuminating panel of Lady Tribbles, led by Kennedy aka Storm Tribble. Ariell Johnson of Amalgam Comics, singer Alexa Gold, world music DJ Supatang and WPPM-LP radio personality Jordan Guerra-Kauwling touch on slut shaming, body positivity, Beyonce, trans-misogyny and more.
Recorded Mother's Day, Sunday May 14 2017 and JD, Len, Randy welcome special guest geek socialite GRACE GORDON to question the story of the pop culture mom, give a special shoutout to a special guy and answer viewer feedback.
The Golden Tribble - the sultry ALEXA GOLD - electrifies our Octavia City celebration in April 2017 with a pulsating original performance pf 'Selene, Goddess of The Moon'
Counting down to BLERDCON, the Tribbles dissect the word 'blerd' revealing the embracing of the word as well as its' stigna.It's a fascinating conversation that erupts with a very fired-up BatTribble standing up for all women.
Comedienne CHAUNDRA DANIELS and graphic artist M. KAMILLE share an interesting chat with Supatang on making their way in male dominated professions, fighting misogyny from both chromosomes and out geeking one another.
Introducing a little lit of Tribblin' to start off the week - MINI-MONDAYS! Graphic Artist MK Le Artiste chats it up with The Bat Tribble and Master Tribble about art, geeking and Prince. And show tunes. Enjoy!
The whole gang is back together again and in rare form. ECBACC. BlerDCon. Another Blackfinity Gauntlet. J1-Con. The Philly Podcast Festival. Singing. Laughing. We're Tribbling, baby! Plus - misogyNO begins.
Len and JD welcome fellow geekster and Hero Complex drone LEXI to the mic to answer emails about disappointments, reveal trade secrets of teh art of reading comic books, look down on Twitter Trolls and gaze 'droolingly' into the panels of adult comic book fair and hentai animation.
Octavia City closes out with a dramatic reading from 'BINTI', an incredible novella by multiple award-winning scifi author Nnedi Okorafor, an original tale from Storm Tribble herself, BatTribble goes Strange and there are shout-outs aplenty before the plans for Octavia City 2018 are laid out!
Its Jedis vs Avengers! Margot Kidder vs. the Earth! Toy Story vs Toy story! Cassingles vs CDs! Its GUTTER TALK the way your momma said it should be - hummin' comin' atcha!
Author RORIE STILL breaks out her musical executive producer cap to use her insane Afrofuturistic tale Flashbang and its demented 'protagonist' Teddy Ninja as inspiration for a first rate musical event featuring the amazing local talent of LITTLE TREE, KING ZIMM, DAVID LYVE, LEVY SUNG'RA, HEROES FOR HIRE, NO HEADLINER and ZEEK BURSE.
Jeremy joins Johnny Destructo, Randy aka R-Son the Voice of Reason and the returning BatTribble Len to overcome audio problems, green screen saturation and past comic con nightmares to chat about the latest Marvel Studios offering, TV shows that got the axe prematurely and the upcoming Injustice 2 video game.
Tribble Nation is treated to a evocative original tale from THE REAL Da'SHEN titled "Meet The Enemy" as depicted by the rapturous tone of 'Lilith Tribble' CHARLY BROWNSKIN, a provocative read on famed X-Men Storm from WILLIAM JONES' The Ex-Con, Voodoo Priest, Goddess and the African King before the sultry ALEXA GOLD shuts it down singing to 'Selene, the Goddess from the Moon'.
April 2017 - A night of geeky soul bearing as King ball, African-American made designer pianos, the Blair Witch, Batman cartoons and Detective Naked are laid out in stark illustration by hosts Len aka The Battribble, SupaTang aka Pinot Tribble and special guests, soulful singer IDRIS and comedian KEITH FROM UP THE BLOCK
Johnny Destructo and R-Son the Voice of Reason get together at Johnny Destructo's Hero Complex to discuss Ghost In The Shell, Marvel Diversity, The Word Problematic, and Joss Whedon's Batgirl news!
The Tribbles annual trip to OCTAVIA CITY - a celebration of Afrofuturistic artistry - where they visit the ecelectic collective Metropolarity by way of NPR praise for Moor Mother and a dark hopeful tale on suicide by returning scribe RAS MASHRAMANI. And all the way from Ontario, Canada, CAILYN STEWART puts her SWJ shield down long enough to scare the bejeezus out of us with 'Deceived.'