This past Thursday, the team and I watched Avengers: Infinity War. It’s been a long time coming and to be honest, I still having mixed feelings about how things played out. Thanos was really menacing, he exuded a level of power and confidence I wasn’t quite ready for. The Titan was a total badass and this got me thinking, based on my knowledge of Marvel Comics who could go toe to toe with the All Mighty Thanos. Here are three characters that I know can do it.
The first female black superhero introduced to the comic book world was Butterfly. She opened the gateway to many female black superhero characters. She not very well known and she was short lived. She had only two appearances in a comic called Hell-Rider. The character debuted in the first issue of Hell-Rider which was published in August 1971 a black and white superhero action comics series. The creator of the comic book series was Gary Friedrich who worked with other various comic book artists such as Mike Esposito, Ross Andru, Rich Buckler, Dick Ayers, John Celardo, and Syd Shore. Butterfly was the first female hero who was Ms. Marian Michaels a singer and by late night the super-heroine Butterfly.
Soulcial Dreamin’ Entertainment attended New York City Comic Convention in New York at the Jacob K. Javits Center. This year the convention site was much smaller than usual and it usually entails the entire center but due to it being under repair so space was cut short. Anyone who wished to attend this year had to purchase individual day passes which can be expensive if you planned to go all four days. They were not selling weekend passes this year so the convention activities were extended to other sites, Madison Square Garden, Hammerstein Ballroom, Hudson Mercantile, and the New York Public Library.
I saw a few write up’s on this a few months ago. I was hyped. This was something I was waiting on for a while. And now that it’s official. A cast photo has been released, proof that this is really going down.
The long awaited Wonder Woman Trailer debuted at SDCC 2 weeks ago. I’m excited about this movie because this is DC’s #1 female superhero so it’s going to be a big deal once this movie hits theaters next year.
I previously did a post about this movie when Gal Gadot was announced as Wonder Woman. Here’s that post: Wonder Woman Movie (2017)
If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, it’s posted below. Continue reading
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.