Black History Month is coming to an end but I want to take sometime and further add-on to the festivities. Here are four hand-picked anime for Black History Month. Continue reading
It’s Black History Month, There are some pretty interesting things popping off in the nerd community. One of my favorite highlights is, the 28 Days of Black Cosplay, which is celebration created by Chaka Cumberbatch-Tinsley five years ago. And since then, the number of participants have grown tremendously.
As Black History Month comes to an end we start to roll into March which is Women’s History Month we decided to do a challenge. Over the 31 days of March each day we will post a woman who has influenced us in some way or another, This woman will be from an Anime, Comic, TV Show, Movie, Personal Life and more. For the month of March, we will celebrate women in all their glory.
With all the excitement surrounding Black Panther which is debuting in theaters this weekend, it feels like we’ve been waiting forever for a black superhero movie. Now that it’s finally happening especially during black history month I don’t know if next year can top it. Black people as a whole have been lighting up social media about Black Panther since his MCU appearance in Captain America: Civil War. Twitter has started a storm and were all here for it, This is the week the hashtag #BlackPantherweek and #BlackPanthersolit is really active and people are out here living their best life waiting for the weekend. Continue reading
We’ve been blessed again with another gift and that is The Black Panther Album. The album had high anticipation since it was announced that Kendrick Lamar was producing it with Anthony Tiffith. I have to say this album really did meet expectations after listening to it a few times. With the growing momentum around the Black Panther movie, I’m pretty sure there is going to be negative reactions towards this album because of the artists on the album but overall it turned out better than I expected it to. The album has great replay value and introduced me to a few new artists I’ve never heard before. Continue reading
Writer: Jorge Vega
Artist: Jeff McComsey
Publisher: Two Fisted Press
9 Months follows Thomasina (Tommy) Biggers, a rising high school track star from a conventional Christian home whose life took a turn for the worst after making a couple of ill-advised decisions. Ultimately ending up in a abusive relationship with a 30 something year old man. Thomasina then learns that she is pregnant and is forced to kill him in the act of self defense. However her nightmare was only just beginning.
The next black comic in our celebration of Black History Month is Afroella Created by Gemma Bedeau the writer and Lee Fenton-Wilkinson the illustrator.
We always have some sort of celebration for Black History Month
This week we’re starting off our celebration of black history month with reviews of comics we’re reading by black artist.
Music spotlight will be filled with black musicians that we love
We also will be celebrating on our twitter and tumblr the hashtag #29daysofblackcosplay if you want to submit any of your cosplay please submit or mention us we will reblog and retweet.
Happy Black History Month
Black History is everyday don’t let this month be the time you learn your history.