Pop and Schlock LIVE on KPFT – Episode XVII – Infinity War

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Pop and Schlock LIVE on KPFT – Episode VII – Black Panther with Special Guests Isaiah Broussard and Stephen Patrick Kelly

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Black Panther is one of the best films of the year so obviously this is one of our best episodes of the year. We brought on local Houston artists and Black Panther enthusiasts Isaiah Broussard and Stephen Patrick Kelly to talk about what made the film work, why it was so special, and somehow work in a tangent about why the X-Men don’t work when Spider-Man is also around.

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Isaiah Broussard is an independent cartoonist from Houston, Texas. His work, “Crackers & White Wine” was named Houston’s best political webcomic by Houston Press. He also creates the comic all-ages comedy/horror comic “Transyltown” and is the illustrator of the wacky superhero/adventure comic “Help Wanted!” and the manga/anime inspired “Fight School High School”. He is currently crafting an afro-futurist sci-fi short story called “The Funktastic Adventure.”

You can find Isaiah’s work at the links listed below.

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Isaiah Broussard’s Patreon
Isaiah Broussard on Facebook
Isaiah Broussard on Twitter
Transyltown
Crackers & White Wine

Stephen Patrick Kelly is an artist and creator from Houston, TX.  He is responsible for the webcomics Shane Longshadow is Hungry and Man Up, Kid! He describes himself as “Black, Bearded, and Dependable.”

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Stephen Patrick Kelly’s Patreon
Shane Longshadow Is Hungry
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This Week On Pop and Schlock LIVE…

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This week on Pop and Schlock LIVE, we will be talking about what may be the most buzz-worthy film of the year; BLACK PANTHER!

Even more exciting, we will have special guests in the studio with us to help guide the conversation. Leading the charge is noted Black Panther enthusiast and friend of the show ISAIAH BROUSSARD.

Isaiah Broussard is an independent cartoonist from Houston, Texas. His work, “Crackers & White Wine” was named Houston’s best political webcomic by Houston Press. He also creates the comic all-ages comedy/horror comic “Transyltown” and is the illustrator of the wacky superhero/adventure comic “Help Wanted!” and the manga/anime inspired “Fight School High School”. He is currently crafting an afro-futurist sci-fi short story called “The Funktastic Adventure.”

You can find Isaiah’s work at the links listed below. Be sure to tune in at 8PM Central on KPFT HD 3 this Thursday, 2/22 and if you have any questions or comments you would like addressed on the show please feel free to leave them on this post or email PopAndSchlockPod@Gmail.Com.

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Isaiah Broussard’s Patreon
Isaiah Broussard on Facebook
Isaiah Broussard on Twitter
Transyltown
Crackers & White Wine

Season 2 Episode 13 – Eff You, Zack Snyder (And Other Tangents) w/ Special Guest Jacob Semahn

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Captain America : Civil War is a thing that happened and we all sat down to discuss how a bigger middle finger to Zack Snyder and his worldview does not exist. In so doing we invited our friend Jacob Semahn (@saxonjacob) to talk about the best Avengers film since Avengers.

Season 2 Episode 6 – Deadpool

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Everybody went to go see Deadpool and so did we. We actually don’t talk about the film as much as we should because Jake had a drink beforehand and figured that tangents were the way to go. Because tangents.

Season 2 Episode 4 – Jessica Jones

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The gang is all back together to talk about something in their usual wheelhouse; gender politics and Marvel adaptations. Using Netflix’s Jessica Jones as a focal point Jake, Alva, and Meredith discuss how the Marvel brand has cultivated itself into a unified juggernaut that seemingly understands the power they wield and how they might use that power in the future.

Episode 041 : Ant-Man w/ Jacob Semahn

Marvel's Ant-Man Scott Lang/Ant-Man (Paul Rudd)  Photo Credit: Zade Rosenthal © Marvel 2014 Goners and Avengers Assemble scribe Jacob (@SaxonJacob) Semahn returns to talk Marvel’s Ant-Man with the Pop and Schlock crew. Tangents are explored and we play “Which-Heroine-Does-Marvel-Think-Is-Important-And-Why” in this week’s thrilling episode.

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