In Superman III, Richard Pryor plays a man who answers an ad for computer progamming classes on the back of a matchbox, and winds up becoming such a brilliant computer whiz that he brings the entire world to its knees. And now at last, Den of Geek has uncovered his secrets.
Afrofuturism, the movement that puts people of African descent at the center of futuristic and science-fictional ideals, has gotten a new avatar in the form of singer Janelle Monae. But there's also a new book coming out, two new art shows, an Octavia Butler graphic novel, and much, much more.
We haven't mentioned much about Will Smith's upcoming summer movie Hancock, where he plays an alcoholic, homeless superhero who does a hell of a lot more collateral damage than he does good. Remember (shudder) when Superman gets exposed to that weird fake Kryptonite from Richard Pryor in Superman III and goes on a…