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The BlackSci-Fi.com Online Campaign Corner/ Kasai: Homecoming #1

The BlackSci-Fi.com Online Campaign Corner/ Kasai: Homecoming #1

In our continuing goal of highlighting BlackSci-Fi and contributions by creators of color across the various creative spectrums, we here at BlackSci-Fi.com are going to highlight some awesome Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, and GoFund Me campaigns you might want to donate to....

Review- Black Lightning, Episode 4/ Black Jesus

Review- Black Lightning, Episode 4/ Black Jesus

Episode 4: Black Jesus Directed by: Michael Schultz Written by: Pat Charles Black Lightning continues to buck the trend of pandering to the escapist young adult superhero drama and being a show with a genuine message, not superficially about gang violence and racism,...

Arclight Comics Puts Out Call For Black Female Writers

Arclight Comics Puts Out Call For Black Female Writers

Recently Edward Williams, founder and chief creative officer of Arclight Comics put out a call. A call for black female writers specifically. The CCO took to twitter and issued a simple request: So naturally we reached out to the Arclight Comics founder and bombarded...

Victor LaValle discusses Destroyer

Victor LaValle discusses Destroyer

A few months back at BookExpo America here in New York, I was fortunate to speak with one of the publicity people at BOOM Studios. I talked about how I was a fan of their newest comic Destroyer by novelist Victor LaValle, and how I was ashamed to say I haven't read...

Spirit (Destiny Mitsu Jean), #indieblackheromonth

Spirit (Destiny Mitsu Jean), #indieblackheromonth

In celebration of Black History Month we’re going to highlight some great indie black superheroes (#indieblackheromonth) throughout the month on BlackSci-Fi.com, so stay tuned for further updates and spread the word. Character: Spirit/ Destiny Mitsu Jean...

Allstate Shines a Spot Light on Arielle Johnson of Amalgam Comics

Allstate Shines a Spot Light on Arielle Johnson of Amalgam Comics

It's Black History Month, making it especially pleasing to see friend to the site,  Arielle Johnson of Amalgam Comics & Coffee House in Philadelphia being featured by Allstate in their #WorthTelling video series. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Arielle has...

Review: Malice In Ovenland Vol 1

Review: Malice In Ovenland Vol 1

Writer/ Illustrator: Micheline Hess Illustrator: Micheline Hess Publisher: Rosarium Publishing Rating: All Ages Lilly Brown is a young girl who just wanted to spend summer vacation away from home. Instead, she's stuck at home doing chores and caring for her mother's...

Guns Down, Comics Up

Guns Down, Comics Up

This article is dedicated to all the victims of gun violence and to the families that have been shattered by the carelessness of those who traffic in death. Back in the 80’s I remember when DC and Marvel both did special comics to bring awareness to the relief efforts...

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