‘Hey Arnold’: Revisiting A Hit For Millennials of Color 20 Years Later
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‘Hey Arnold’: Revisiting A Hit For Millennials of Color 20 Years Later

Hey Arnold was an animated series starring a boy named Arnold who lived with his grandparents in fictional Hillwood city. One of the things that set it apart from some of the other series that were broadcasted was the maturity displayed throughout the show. Our protagonist Arnold, is very introspective and mellow compared to other male … Continue reading

We Robbed A Zoo, Episode 2: “Beauty and The Buffalo Thang”
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We Robbed A Zoo, Episode 2: “Beauty and The Buffalo Thang”

Greetings, y’all. This week we have returned with the second episode of our new podcast, We Robbed a Zoo. In this episode, we talk about human on buffalo-lion-wolf creature romances, “exclusively gay moments”, Sam Worthington, and Aquaman and Sony’s Venom stand-alone release date shuffle. Oh, and we casually shit-talk Iron Fist and it’s equally shitty debut. It … Continue reading

Miracle on Shou-Lao Street: Iron Fist Can Still Be Asian-American
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Miracle on Shou-Lao Street: Iron Fist Can Still Be Asian-American

If you are like me and are part of the Petty Supreme Team™,  you are probably still stewing over the Iron Fist casting and then even the subsequent promo photos. You see, every time the Marvel posts promos for Iron Fist–aka posts random social media material concerning a suburban White dude on hard times doing … Continue reading

12 Fictional Characters With Questionable Morals Who I’d Rather Have As President of the United States
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12 Fictional Characters With Questionable Morals Who I’d Rather Have As President of the United States

Lovers of the Zoo. It’s been awhile. The last time I wrote here, we did not yet have an Unstable Orange™ as the next president. Lucifer Swift™ was still underground and not out in the open, conspiring to make a “hip-hop” album with Supreme Light Skinnnedt™ Drake. And I could have sworn Ghost in the … Continue reading

With ‘Luke Cage’, Marvel Finally Does Right By Black Women
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With ‘Luke Cage’, Marvel Finally Does Right By Black Women

In 2008, the Nerd Game™ changed forever when Iron Man dropped out of the sky like some fire ass Wu-Tang Clan joint (shout-out to the other, other Iron Man, Ghostface Killah). It’s been eight years since that happened. And in those eight years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has managed to morph into a robust and … Continue reading