Check out this Op-Ed piece on this year's film Sleight.
"Whether new or old, the comic book industry is all the more better for having books that feature heroines kicking butt and taking names. Kamikaze is one example of such a book."
"With black female characters created by authors like N.K. Jemisin and Nalo Hopkinson, I've learned that my blackness is magic when I acknowledge it and learn to be proud of it."
"Continue to write/ draw those stories where we show that as a people we can rise above anything, those stories which highlight the continued social/ racial/ economic/ psychological inequities that seem to be as American as apple pie."
"What black sci-fi, speculative fiction, and afrofuturism culture has accomplished is the shattering of a literary mirror that has shown little more than one reflection for very long, and has allowed black and brown children to come away with pieces that reflect them."
In this op-ed Dennis Upkins provides his thoughts on why you should be hyped about the DCEU.
No matter how marginalized we are, we can write our way to new worlds.....
One was a musical genius who had to struggle to prove his unique talents, and the other, a once in a lifetime athlete who proved his claim was more than an idle boast; “I am the Greatest.”
In most formal retellings of the history of America, Black History that is, the contributions of African Americans are clearly under-represented.....