Ryan Files

Review/ Pax Samson Vol. 1: The Cookout

If one could capture the essence of the black experience, many persons would find a succinct link between the value of friendship and the value of family. Two people may not be related but at the family party and/or cookout? They are “cousins.” And the amazing thing about that link is that individuals can draw together in love and harmony through this created bond. Pax Samson Vol. 1: The Cookout...

Ryan Files

Ryan Files

Ryan Files is an avid comic book and video game consumer, reviewer, and critic hailing from the boondocks of Illinois. He has taken his ethnographic cultural studies background and applied it to his love of geekdom. He is a huge Star Wars nerd, Castlevania fanatic, and his power level is definitely over 9000. When he isn’t online writing about how he misses old school beat em’ ups like Final Fight, Streets of Rage, or TMNT IV Turtles in Time, he raises his 3 Dora Milaje warrior girls with the most awesome wife a blerd could ask for.
BlackSci-Fi.com SDCC 2018: Day 2 Coverage

BlackSci-Fi.com SDCC 2018: Day 2 Coverage

Hello and welcome to BlackSci-Fi.com’s coverage of the San Diego Comic Convention 2018. Just as E3 presented all the biggest announcements and projections for the videogame industry earlier this year, SDCC 2018 functions with a broader media stream of movies,...

BlackSci-Fi.com SDCC 2018: Day 1 Coverage

BlackSci-Fi.com SDCC 2018: Day 1 Coverage

Hello and welcome to BlackSci-Fi.com’s coverage of the San Diego Comic Convention 2018. Just as E3 presented all the biggest announcements and projections for the videogame industry earlier this year, SDCC 2018 functions with a broader media stream of movies,...

Review/ Occupation

Review/ Occupation

Occupation is a sci-fi action-packed movie that is based around a group of individuals fighting to survive against an alien occupation. This movie is a lot of fun, packed with plenty of explosions and drama to keep the plot interesting, yet the movie doesn’t take...

Review/ Quantum and Woody! #8

Review/ Quantum and Woody! #8

Writer: Eliot Rahal Art: Joe Eisma Colors: Andrew Dalhouse Letters: Dave Sharpe Publisher: Valiant Entertainment Rating: 12+ Only Originally created by MD Bright and Priest  Remember how I talked about Quantum and Woody #7 being a trippy experience? Wel,l the saga...

Review/ Quantum and Woody! #7

Review/ Quantum and Woody! #7

Writer: Eliot Rahal Art: Francis Portella Colors: Diego Rodriguez Letters: Dave Sharpe Publisher: Valiant Entertainment Rating: 12+ Only Quantum and Woody created by MD Bright and Priest  Quantum and Woody! #7 is a cerebral journey that is largely devoid of action,...

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Nintendo

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Nintendo

Hello and welcome to Blacksci-fi.com’s coverage of the Electronic Entertainment Expo. or what industry folks call E3. This is arguably the biggest conference for the video game industry, and all the major players come ready to announce upcoming projects, games, and...

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Sony

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Sony

Hello and welcome to Blacksci-fi.com’s coverage of the Electronic Entertainment Expo. or what industry folks call E3. This is arguably the biggest conference for the video game industry, and all the major players come ready to announce upcoming projects, games, and...

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Ubisoft

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Ubisoft

Hello and welcome to Blacksci-fi.com’s coverage of the Electronic Entertainment Expo. or what industry folks call E3. This is arguably the biggest conference for the video game industry, and all the major players come ready to announce upcoming projects, games, and...

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Bethesda

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Bethesda

Hello and welcome to Blacksci-fi.com’s coverage of the Electronic Entertainment Expo. or what industry folks call E3. This is arguably the biggest conference for the video game industry, and all the major players come ready to announce upcoming projects, games, and...

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Microsoft

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: Microsoft

Hello and welcome to Blacksci-fi.com’s coverage of the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo or what industry folks call E3. This is arguably the biggest conference for the video game industry, and all the major players come ready to announce upcoming projects, games,...

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: EA Play 2018

BlackSci-Fi.com Coverage of E3: EA Play 2018

Hello and welcome to Blacksci-fi.com’s coverage of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or what industry folks call E3. This is arguably the biggest conference for the video game industry, and all the major players come ready to announce upcoming projects, games, and...

Review/ Voltron: Legendary Defender Vol. 2: Pilgrimage

Review/ Voltron: Legendary Defender Vol. 2: Pilgrimage

Writer: Tim Hedrick and Mitch Iverson Pencils: Jung Gwan Yoo and Rubine Inks / Colors: Ji-In Choi, Bini Lobel, and Puste Letters:  Andworld Design Publisher: Lion Forge Rating: 10+   From days of long ago...From uncharted regions of the universe...comes a review....

Review- Marvel Strike Force

Review- Marvel Strike Force

A new videogame! Marvel superheroes! RPG elements! Awesome, awesome, awesome!!! FoxNet Games has taken my favorite things and crammed them into a portable title that I can use to battle Marvel villains on the go. Does the final conglomeration mash together to form an...

Review- Puerto Rico Strong

Review- Puerto Rico Strong

Writer/ Art/ Colors/ Letters: Various Editors: Marco Lopez, Desiree Rodriguez, Hazel Newlevant, Derek Ruiz, and Neil Schwartz Publisher: Lion Forge Comics Rating: 15+ Only Hurricane Maria made landfall on the island of Puerto Rico on September 20th, 2017. It was...

Review/ Crescent City Monsters

Review/ Crescent City Monsters

Writer: Newton Lilavois Artist: Gian Carlo Bernal Publisher: Dream Fury Rating: 12+ Only Magic. Monsters. Motorcycles. Did I mention that it’s all in black and white? Crescent City Monsters is a tribute to the old school creature features that used to haunt our TV...

Review/ Is’nana the Were-Spider Vol. 2

Review/ Is’nana the Were-Spider Vol. 2

Writer/Creator: Gregory Anderson-Elysee Pencils/Inks: Daryl Toh Colors: Lee Milewski and Kat Aldrich Letters/Production: Joshua Cozine Covers: Walt Msonza Barna Publisher: Webway Comics Rating: 12+ Only Ok…so let’s get this out of the way. If a character has spider...

EVO 2018 is here!

EVO 2018 is here!

Buckle up fighting game fans. EVO is back this year and controversy reigns supreme as the eight games were rolled out to the public. Tournament staples such as Street Fighter and Super Smash Bros. make their annual appearances, but new comers Dragon Ball FighterZ and...

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