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The SuperHeroRSS Podcast Ep. 1

The SuperHeroRSS Podcast is a weekly podcast news show that looks into the latest news in the comic book movie and comic book TV shows industry, hosted by FilmBook, created and narrated by FilmBook author Malinda Money.

In this episode, The SuperHeroRSS Podcast examines (the highlights):

  • Black Panther and its record movie ticket sales
  • The green-lighting of a Black Widow film starring Scarlett Johansson
  • Black Lightning and its significance as a black-led TV superhero series
  • Wonder Woman‘s win at the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards

*Note– the volume on this episode was lower than normal. Equipment issues as well. It will be straightened out by the next episode. Sorry about that.

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The SuperHeroRSS Podcast Ep. 1

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About the author

Malinda Money

**Malinda Money Resigned before being Fired for Disingenuous Representations and for Bait & Switch Tactics**

Malinda is an actor, singer, performer and self-professed geek. Family and friends insist she was singing and dancing before she could walk or talk. Malinda began her pursuit of the dramatic arts at the tender age of three. Since then she has continuously worked with hundreds of talented artists in professional film and theatrical productions.

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