A True Mark of Victory: Zack Snyder Fans Raise $200,000 For Suicide Prevention

On May 20th, Zack Snyder announced that the Snyder Cut would release on HBO MAX as Zack Snyder’s Justice League. It was a moment of jubilation for a fandom that had campaigned for it daily for two and a half years since the theatrical cut released in 2017. Though, if you ask the fandom what…

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DC TV Podcasts Launching Feeding America Marathon Fundraiser

We at ComicBook Debate want to signal boost our friends at DC TV Podcasts as they launch their 6th fundraiser. DCTV will be fundraising for Feeding America. Feeding America is a nonprofit organization and the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization. The entire network of DC TV Podcasts is coming together for ten shows hosting at mixlr.com/dctvpodcasts. and…

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ComicBook Debate Joins Efforts to Observe Juneteenth

Juneteenth, otherwise known as Freedom Day and Emancipation Day, occurs on June 19th. It was the date that General Gordon Granger came to Texas to finally enforce the emancipation of the slaves. Up to that point, the Civil War had already been over for two months and the Emancipation Proclamation was delivered by President Abraham…

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Giving Back to AFSP Remains Key For Zack Snyder Fans After Justice League

With close to $200,000 raised for the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention, it’s easy to see why giving back to charity has become a true north for Zack Snyder fans. Even after AT&T and Warner Media announced that the Snyder Cut will release in 2021 in the form of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the fight…

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The Need For Proper Muslim Representation in Hollywood – A Discussion with Saad Tasleem

Joining the podcast today is Saad Tasleem, an Islamic Scholar, educator, and public speaker. Tasleem works with the Western Muslim youth on balancing faith and culture. The portrayal of Muslims on screen in Hollywood has been less-than-stellar. Muslims are commonly portrayed as the villains of the story, often relegated to being terrorists. Today in 2020,…

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ComicBook Debate 2-Year Anniversary Look Back

The Farooqi Bros take audiences on a Look Back through 2 years of ComicBook Debate. Join the Farooqi Bros as we give you behind the scenes look at our charity events like the Black Panther Challenge, Hospital Charity Event, NYCC, Tribeca and New York Film Festival and bloopers from our podcasts and a look at…

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ComicBook Debate Children’s Hospital – Toy Charity Event

Last week, The Farooqi Bros led ComicBook Debate through our Hospital Toy Event. Working with NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, was an honor for us. As one of the nation’s premier children’s hospitals, we felt it was a great fit for our latest charity. We accomplished our goal of making sure each child got a…

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Superhero Toy Event – NYC Children’s Hospital

One year ago, The Farooqi Bros teamed up with the Black Panther Challenge to take 400 kids from an underserved area in Bronx, NY to see Black Panther. Raising $5000 thanks to all of your support and help, the event was a success. Today, we are launching our next project. Working with NewYork–Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital,…

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What is The ComicBook Debate Workshop?

The ComicBook Debate Workshop is one of the most important elements of CBD’s initiatives to give back to the community. We strongly believe that superheroes and comic books can be used as a tool for enrichment, learning, confidence building and inspiration. As lifelong fans of these superheroes, the CBD team is committed to using our…

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The Farooqi Bros: Black Panther Charity Event

The #BlackPantherChallenge is an initiative launched by Frederick Joseph to raise money to take Harlem children to see Black Panther in theaters. He has opened the call for others nationwide to join in and start a GoFundMe in their community to take more kids to watch Black Panther in the theater. New York Natives Sheraz…

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