William Satterwhite

Review/ Is’nana the Were-Spider: Drums of Ogoun

For the sixth (6!!!) release in his award-winning horror-fantasy, coming-of-age series, Is'nana the Were-Spider, writer, and creator Greg Anderson Elysee has recruited artist Sean Hill to create a Black Indie comic all-star team! The result, Is'nana the Were-Spider: Drums of Ogoun, is a 50-page tour-de-force that continues Elysee’s mission using the series as a conduit to introduce readers to...

William Satterwhite

William Satterwhite

William Satterwhite is the creator of the superhero webcomic Stealth and a freelance designer, internet consultant and illustrator living in Douglasville, Ga. His professional website can be found at www.williamsatterwhite.info.
Review – Hotshot #2

Review – Hotshot #2

Writer: Victor Dandridge Pencils/Creator: Michael Watson Inks: Robert Gant Colors: Ryan Carter Letters/Post-production: Victor Dandridge and Michael Watson Publisher: Freestyle Comics Rating: PG Picking up right where issue #1 left off, issue #2 of Michael Watson’s...

Review – Hotshot #1

Review – Hotshot #1

Review - Hotshot #1 Writer: Victor Dandridge Pencils/Creator: Michael Watson Inks: Bernard Binder Colors: Sanju Nivagune/Heather Breckel Letters: Danny Cooper Publisher: Freestyle Comics Rating: PG Geek! Student! Friend! Hero! These are the descriptive words presented...

Review – Spirit’s Destiny #1

Review – Spirit’s Destiny #1

Writer/Creator: Dorphise Jean Co-writer: Dennis Knight Pencils: Edwin Galmon, Richard Perotta, Stan Yak Colorist: Alexander Malyshev Letterer: Alex Giles Self-Published Rating: PG13 Promising the debut of an exciting new female heroine of color (Haitian-American),...

Review – Samurai Shin #1

Review – Samurai Shin #1

Writer/Executive Producer: Mikel Miles Illustrator: Ivan Aguilar Rating: PG-13/R (Strong language and violence) Sure to appeal to fans of manga and anime, Samurai Shin is a fun and fast paced tale of two young rival warriors seeking to earn the title of Samurai in a...

Top Ten 2016 Holiday Gift Ideas For Blerds

Top Ten 2016 Holiday Gift Ideas For Blerds

Tis the season for gift giving and no matter if your budget is big or small, we have a great collection of gifts for your favorite blerd. 1. Playstation 4 Pro For anyone who has yet to make the jump to a current gen video game console, this holiday season is a perfect...

Review – Menthu #5-#6

Review – Menthu #5-#6

Writer/Penciller/Color Flats/Lettering: Robert Roach Inker: Larry Welch Colors/Modeling: Corey Greene Cover: John Jennings Publisher: Hometown Productions Rating: PG-13 Billed as “Ancient Egypt/Modern L.A.’s Ultimate Action Hero”, Robert Roach’s Menthu is just that,...

Review Sun Dragon’s Song #1

Review Sun Dragon’s Song #1

Writer: Joyce Chng Illustrator: Kim Miranda Publisher: Rosarium Publishing Rating: PG Continuing to blaze trails within the comic book industry by providing diverse tales from creators across broad spectrums of backgrounds, Rosarium Publishing’s latest effort is a...

Review: Romulus #1

Review: Romulus #1

Writer: Bryan Hill Artwork: Nelson Blake II Letterer: Troy Peteri Publisher: Top Cow Productions/Image Comics Rating: 17+ Only A young, reluctant hero trained by a wise master, but still unsure of their abilities is suddenly thrust into a situation where they must...

Top Advocacy Organizations You Should Know

Top Advocacy Organizations You Should Know

A constant occurrence that's  become all too commonplace are negative experiences between members of the black community and the police who are sworn to serve and protect. As I write this, the latest story is a shootout between a mother holding her child and police...

Review – Fierce #1

Review – Fierce #1

Writer: Gabriel Smith Illustrator: Raymond Sanders Colorist: Leonardo Giron Letterer: Jessica Jimerson Publisher: Fantasy Art Comics Rating: PG With constant reboots for little more than temporary sales boosts becoming a familiar refrain in the world of mainstream...

Ten Noteworthy Black Star Trek Characters

Ten Noteworthy Black Star Trek Characters

From the very beginning, creator Gene Roddenberry’s vision for the world of Star Trek was an optimistic view of an Earth where humans had reached the pinnacle of understanding, a societal maturity where differences are not simply tolerated but embraced. A major part...

Top 5 E3 2016 Highlights For Black Gamers

Top 5 E3 2016 Highlights For Black Gamers

Commonly known as E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo is the annual trade fair for the video game industry and the highlight of the summer for video game junkies of all stripes. For black gamers in particular, this year’s show had a few items worth spotlighting....

Review – Dime: A Choose Your Own Destiny Mystery

Review – Dime: A Choose Your Own Destiny Mystery

Writer: Alverne Ball Illustrator: Alfa Robbi Letterer: Jaymes Reed Publisher: Arion Digital Media Group Rating: PG-13 A truly unique reading experience, Dime: A Choose Your Own Destiny Mystery does exactly what it’s title implies and allows readers to choose their own...

Review: Black Panther #2

Review: Black Panther #2

Writer: Ta-Nehisi Coates Illustrator: Brian Stelfreeze Colorist: Laura Martin Letterer: Joe Sabino Publisher: Marvel Comics Rating: 12+ Only Coming right off the heels of a successful big screen debut in Captain America: Civil War where by most accounts his character...

Review – Black Panther #1

Review – Black Panther #1

Writer: Ta-Nehisi Coates Illustrator: Brian Stelfreeze Colorist: Laura Martin Letterer: Joe Sabino Publisher: Marvel Comics Rating: 12+ Only Arguably the most highly anticipated comic launch of 2016 and timed almost perfectly to coincide with the character’s big...

10 Black Women Inventors and Scientific Leaders

10 Black Women Inventors and Scientific Leaders

BlackSci-fi.com celebrates Women’s History Month! Join us in our month long celebration of the history makers past, present, and future.   From ordinary household items that we probably take for granted to advanced rocket ships and moon landings, African-American...

5 Questions With Comic Book Creator Whit Taylor

5 Questions With Comic Book Creator Whit Taylor

BlackSci-fi.com celebrates Women’s History Month! Join us in our month long celebration of the history makers past, present, and future. Hailing from New Jersey and currently based in Brooklyn, NY (much like the basketball playing Nets), Whit Taylor is a 2012 Glyph...

Review- Manticore #1

Review- Manticore #1

Writer/ Letterer: Keith A. Miller Penciller: Ian Gabriel Publisher: Rosarium Publishing Rating: 17 + Only A sphinx-like beast with the face of a man, the body of a lion, and the tail of a dragon, a manticore is a creature from Persian mythology at the center of an...

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