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Review/ Green Lantern: Beware My Power

John Stewart’s distinction and ubiquity as Green Lantern in the wider DC fandom and multimedia are in no small part due to his inclusion and portrayal in Bruce Timm’s critically acclaimed Justice League and, by extension Justice League Unlimited, an animated series that ran from 2001 to 2006....

Review/ Earth Eclipsed

Review/ Earth Eclipsed

I recently had the pleasure of being transported to an alternate reality, courtesy of the podcast series Earth Eclipsed. Broadcast on Apollo (and other podcast providers such as Spotify and Apple...

Review: Black’s Myth #1

Review: Black’s Myth #1

Meet Janie “Strummer” Jones, a mundane private detective in LA who also happens to be a werewolf. Her dry-wit partner Ben Si’Lat also happens to be an English-born half-djinn, and they also have a...

Review: Partizan #1

Review: Partizan #1

Writer: Dennis LiuArtist: Peter Chung Everybody loves a great villain but what about the trusted assistant behind the scenes really doing the heavy lifting? The henchmen often known more for comedic...

Review/ Can You Sign My Tentacle?

Review/ Can You Sign My Tentacle?

Some of the best speculative poetry often reexamines traditional aspects of fantasy, sci-fi, and horror through a modern lens. Linda D. Addison's How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend? has...

Review – Fierce #2

Review – Fierce #2

Writer: Gabriel Smith Penciler/Creator: Raymond Sanders Inker: Clement Romaine Colorist: Sigmund Torre Letterer: Jessica JimersonPublisher: Fantasy Art ComicsRating: PG Creator Raymond Sanders’...

Review/ Pax Samson Vol. 1: The Cookout

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...

Review/ Aurion Kajuta Gems Fighter

Review/ Aurion Kajuta Gems Fighter

Five years after the release of the African action RPG platformer Aurion: Legacy of The Kori-Odan, Cameroonian game developers Kiro'o Games have released the mobile game Aurion Kajuta Gem Fighter in...

Review-Static: Season One #1

Review-Static: Season One #1

Welcome back Virgil. We’ve missed ya. Milestone Comics/ Milestone Media has had a huge impact on my writing career. When I first opened up the pages of Icon #1, Static #1, Blood Syndicate #1, and...

Review- Nubia: Real One

Review- Nubia: Real One

One of the best things that DC Comics has done in the past couple of years is reintroducing some of their most well-known and lesser-known characters to a younger audience via graphic novels. There...

Review: Future State- The Next Batman #3

Review: Future State- The Next Batman #3

Writer: John Ridley Artist: Laura Braga Colorist: Arif Prianto Publisher: DC Comics Picking up right where we left off, our nascent Dark Knight winds up the shepherd for the murdering couple from...

Review: Future State- The Next Batman #2

Review: Future State- The Next Batman #2

Writer: John Ridley Artist: Laura Braga Publisher: DC Comics I am pleased to report that issue #2 seems to have right the wrongs of the debut issue in virtually every way. It opens up like something...

Review: Future State- Green Lantern

Review: Future State- Green Lantern

Publisher: DC Comics The biggest problem with the “Green Lantern” mythos overall is that they just have too many concurrent members. At last count there are nine active human Green Lanterns. As...

Review: Future State- The Next Batman #1

Review: Future State- The Next Batman #1

Future State: The Next Batman Written by: John Ridley Art: Nick Derington Color: Tamra Bonvillain Publisher: DC Comics As previously addressed in my article “The Black Knight Rises”, there have been...

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