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Review: Nightstalker

Review: Nightstalker

Creator & Writer: Orlando Harding Artist: David R Miller, Jr Inker: Vic Moya Letterer: Kel Nuttall Colorists: Paul Little, Steve Cobb Publisher: 1 First Comics, INC Rating: MA When a demon and cherub have different duties to perform, is there truly...

Review: The Gentleman #2

Review: The Gentleman #2

Written by: Greg Anderson Elysee Art by: Massimialiano Veltri Colors by: Marco Pagnotta Letters by: Marco Della Verde Published by: SFC Comics and Evoluzione Publishing Not quite so hot on the heels of a successful debut issue, The Gentleman #2 continues writer Greg...

Review: Justice #0

Review: Justice #0

Writer/ Creator: Brian J. Lambert Artists: Hakan Aydin/ Fabiao Samao Colorist: Nestor Redulla Letterer: Rune Makerz Editor: Greg Anderson Elysee Cover: Bruno Lima/ Nestor Redulla Publisher: Wingless Entertainment Rating: 12+ Minor Spoilers With a rise in the indie...

“Believe That A Black Man Will Fly”/Check out ‘Icon’

“Believe That A Black Man Will Fly”/Check out ‘Icon’

For everyone who grew up loving Milestone Media (like a lot of us here at BlackSci-Fi.com) in the early-mid '90s, yesterday was a HUGE day. Filmmaker David Kirkman and members of his production studio, Woke Nation Entertainment, released the second installment of the...

Black History Like You’ve Never Seen Before History Is Horror!!!

Black History Like You’ve Never Seen Before History Is Horror!!!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   On Monday, February 10, 2020, Rosarium Publishing will launch its Kickstarter campaign for Box of Bones, a graphic novel project from Ayize Jama-Everett and two-time Eisner Award winning, New York Times Best Selling artist John Jennings....

BlackSci-Fi.com @ the 8th Annual Black Comic Book Festival

BlackSci-Fi.com @ the 8th Annual Black Comic Book Festival

Photo credits George Carmona III For two days, New York City’s neighborhood of Harlem was ground zero to a creative cultural explosion as the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture hosted its 8th Annual Black Comic Book Festival. Over these two days, comic...

Top Black Comics of 2019

Top Black Comics of 2019

It was a banner year for Black comics with scores of great books out both mainstream and on the independent front, narrowing things down to a top ten is definitely no easy task. With sincere apologies to a lot of very honorable mentions, here are this writer’s picks...

Beyond the Holiday List: Black Indie Finds for Any Occasion

Beyond the Holiday List: Black Indie Finds for Any Occasion

Christmas is at our door and all the rational, responsible folk have finished their shopping. But, those who enjoy utter chaos on an inwardly sadistic level have decided to wait until the last minute to find gifts that'll appease the discerning blerds in their lives....

BlackSci-Fi.com Hosts ‘Black Lightning’ Premiere FB Viewing Party

BlackSci-Fi.com Hosts ‘Black Lightning’ Premiere FB Viewing Party

The third season of Black Lightning premiere's on 10/7/19 on the CW Network. Join BlackSci-Fi.com on our official FB page here at 9 pm EST for a live viewing party, hosted by BlackSci-Fi.com Editor In Chief, Robert Jeffrey II. Until then, check out our reviews of...

BLACK SUPER HERO GIRL AIMS TO HELP SAVE LUNG PATIENTS EVERYWHERE

BLACK SUPER HERO GIRL AIMS TO HELP SAVE LUNG PATIENTS EVERYWHERE

Press Release Nationwide (BlackNews.com) -- Thousands of people receive lung transplants every year, but only around 50% of them survive over 5 years due to lack of research and technology. The Sid Foundation and their brown superhero "Lung Girl" that has been...

Review- Krypton: Season 2

Review- Krypton: Season 2

Hoping to tell a compelling story about an alien civilization based on the world’s first superhero, set two generations before he was even born, Krypton had to really justify its existence to an audience, both novice and seasoned, where the planet’s fate was literally...

RAI’s Fight Begins this November

RAI’s Fight Begins this November

Press Release New York, NY (August 13th, 2019) – New York Times bestselling and award-winning writer Dan Abnett (Guardians of the Galaxy) and breathtaking artist Juan José Ryp (X-O MANOWAR) welcome you to the 41st...

Ready For A Battle?

Ready For A Battle?

We all love an epic fight. A skirmish for the ages. We especially love seeing such epic fights play out in comic books. But rather than having heroes and villains kicking each others butts in the pages of comics, imagine three of your favorite comic book series'...

The 2019 Glyph Comics Awards Is Now Accepting Submissions

The 2019 Glyph Comics Awards Is Now Accepting Submissions

Deadline: January 19, 2019 The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (ECBACC) and the Glyph Comics Awards Committee are asking comic book creators and publishers to submit their 2018 released works for consideration. From the website: "The Glyph Comics Awards...

Nu-Perspective: Static

Nu-Perspective: Static

Nu-Perspective, home of revamps and updates of various forgotten and underdeveloped Nubian (black) characters, is back a little later than expected but back none-the-less. And we brought a character that has been HIGHLY requested for the Nu-Perspective treatment. The...

Review/ Assassin’s Creed Uprising: Volume 3

Review/ Assassin’s Creed Uprising: Volume 3

Writers: Alex Paknadel and Dan Watters Artist: Jose Holder Colors: Marko Lesko Letters: Jimmy Betancourt Publisher: Titan Comics Rating: 13+ Only Assassin’s Creed is a title well known to video game fans. The stealth action game and its subsequent sequels have helped...

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