Greg Anderson Elysée

Interview with ‘The Oloris: Heroes Will Unite’ creator/ writer Roye Okupe

Editors note: Award-winning comic book creator/writer and businessman Roye Okupe took the time to discuss his career and his recently released work, The Oloris: Heroes Will Unite: Vol 1, with BlackSci-Fi.com correspondent Greg Anderson Elysée. Read on for an informative and fun look into this comic book creator's career and new work. Greg Anderson Elysée: Ah! Well if it isn’t Roye Okupe! We meet...

Greg Anderson Elysée

Greg Anderson Elysée

Greg Anderson Elysée is a Brooklyn-born Haitian-American writer, educator, filmmaker, personal trainer, and model. Elysée previously wrote for theOuthousers.com, where he ran his own column, (Heard It Thru) The Griotvine, showcasing independent creators of color and LGBTQ creators, as well as writing for Bleeding Cool. Elysée’s original comic series “Is’nana the Were-Spider” is a seven-time Glyph Award Winner. His other work includes “Akim Aliu: Dreamer: Growing Up Black in the World of Hockey,” published by Scholastic Inc. and Kaepernick Publishing, “OneNation: Stronghold,” published by 133art Publishing, “I Dream of Home” in the Lion Forge graphic novel collection and Eisner Award-winning “Puerto Rico Strong,” and “Tyrone and Jamal” in the GLAAD Award-winning “Young Men in Love.” He lives in Brooklyn.
Review/ Blade #1

Review/ Blade #1

Writer: Bryan Hill Artist: Elena Casagrande Cover Artist: Jordie Bellaire Letters: VC’s Joe Sabino First and foremost, I’m gon’ have to make this announcement (and celebrate as well)… Since the character’s creation back in 1973, Bryan Hill is officially the first...

Review/ The Blackening

Review/ The Blackening

I’ve been waiting for the release of this film for a good long minute, and I FINALLY got the chance to see it last weekend. And it ended up exceeding my expectations. The Blackening is hands down one of my favorite movies of the year so far, and I definitely see it...

Juneteenth Horror Recommendations

Juneteenth Horror Recommendations

Horror has always been my favorite genre. As a kid, I wanted so badly to see more horror stories that centered on Black characters where they were main… not the sidekick or supporting characters on the side or the first victims, etc. These past few years, I’ve been...

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