Funko is Forever Wakanda!
Looks like recruiting literary talent to the comics world worked.
Log: “Shuri did an incredible job on the prosthetic. The world needs brilliant young minds like her.” Megan FabbriFreelance cartoonist, illustrator, & writer School of Visual Arts Alumna http://megfabbri.com
Sometimes the simplest things convey the biggest messages.
§ Nice Art: you can now separately order Emily Carroll’s Beneath the Dead Oak Tree, previously available as part of Short Box. Carroll is a modern master and this sound mighty tasty: Murder, decadence, cowardice, guilt, and aristocratic foxes in wigs all combine in this gorgeously poignant poem/folksong from Emily Carroll, about the futility and […]
What? You didn’t know there was a Black Panther cartoon? Back in 2010, Reggie Hudlin produced a 6 episode Black Panther cartoon for Black Entertainment Television. Actually, it ran in Australia in 2010. It didn’t run on BET until 2011. Hudlin, the House Party writer/director and Django Unchained co-producer, was President of Entertainment for BET […]
To end Black History Month, I wish to highlight a recent event held in San Diego, California, home of the world-famous San Diego Comic-Con and of local comics publisher IDW. On February 17th, the augural Black Com!x Day was held at the Malcolm X Library. The organizer for the event, Keithan Jones, is also the […]
To wrap up Black History Month, it’s only fitting that after a free screening of the blockbuster Black Panther (my third viewing) at the Magic Johnson AMC, I made my way across the street to the world famous Apollo Theater where they, along with the Atlantic and AfroPunk, hosted a discussion with Black Panther stars […]
§ Nice art: Alex Dueben interviewed Trungles, whose art is extremely nice, for Smash Pages. You’re coming off of a 2017 where you’ve put out work like Fauns and Fairies, your work in Mirror Mirror II, Vampire Buddy, and for people who have seen those, where does this story fit in your work? This is […]
Twitter and Tumblr have a new sweetheart, and his name is Winston Duke. In his very first film role, Duke made an indelible impression on moviegoers as M’Baku, leader of the Jabari tribe. Even in a cast loaded with charisma and stunning good looks, Duke’s witty, vegetarian, gorilla-bemasked challenger made a massive impression appearing in […]