CBR Executive Producer Jonah Weiland's pop culture/comics culture talk radio show returns live today at 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific (Saturday, Nov. 15) on KFI AM 640! Here's what's listeners can look forward to in the latest episode:
The one and only DMC, the legendary MC and King of Rock, discusses his new Darryl Makes Comics publishing imprint and his debut "DMC" graphic novel, plus why the connection between comics and hip hop runs deep for numerous reasons.
Next up, the directors of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and the upcoming "Captain America: Civil War," Joe and Anthony Russo, join writer Ande Parks to talk about their original graphic novel "Ciudad" from Oni Press. Expect an answer to at least one of your burning "Civil War" questions.
Returning to the world of hip hop, cartoonist Ed Piskor joins the show to discuss his acclaimed "Hip Hop Family Tree" series of graphic novels and further explore the connection between the musical genre and comic books.
Finally, Image Comics partner and "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman visits to discuss why the AMC television of his comic series stands alone amongst comic adaptations, taking the story in wildly different directions and still satisfying fans of both versions -- not to mention pulling in record-breaking numbers.
Plus, a look at another wild week in pop culture!