Cryptte and Rado return in the second half of “The Mysterious Man Behind Handrava,” ranting, raving and geeking out like all good fans should.
They discuss the importance of acknowledging others on the path to success and stress the need for a support system, even if it only serves to provide one with encouragement. Rado gives credit to his fans and Cryptte bulldozes his way through Wakanda to prove a point.
Ultimately, they cover self-worth and the need to find or create a community in which one can feel comfortable in, free to be themselves.
Check out these books recommended by Rado for anyone interested in authentic African comic books. He even included the podcast’s first animated show on the list.;
- Akissi: Tales of Mischief, by Marguerite Abouet
- Aya of Yop City, by Marguerite Abouet
- The Mighty Grand Piton, directed by Wesley Louis
Whether it’s to beg for more Handrava, ask for his account details or check out his latest works, you can reach out to Rado at;
I hope you all enjoy this episode as much as we did. Let’s celebrate our differences, give credit where it’s due, and work together to achieve our goals. Thank you for listening!
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