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Meredith Loughran interviews Detria Baker

Ms. Loughran (The Geek Insider)  interviews Ms. Detria Baker, The AFRO COSPLAY !  The Geek Insider is an amazing informative social media outlook that covers all things creative, be sure You check them out! An amazing interview about Cosplay, and the history of Detria and She evolved into it. This is an incredibly insightful interview. Thank You so much for…

Remembering Golden Legacy Comics

Remembering Golden Legacy Comics Black History Month and Women’s History Month; February and March respectively; are designated as the time of the year when we recognize the achievements of Black Americans and Women throughout the history of the United States. The importance these events are not overlooked nor underplayed. The recognition of the achievements that the respective groups have accomplished…

Celebrating the works of Wayne Howard

Wayne Howard 3/29/49 – 12/9/07 The achievements of African Americans throughout the course of American history are numerous and varied and are often overlooked. The achievements in the area of comic books are no exception. During the month of February we take the time to highlight these often overlooked achievements, and spotlight the African American who accomplished the momentous feat.…

Orrin C. Evans and the First Black Publishing Company, All Negro Comics Inc.

February is designated as Black History Month and is used to highlight the many achievements of Black Americans in US history. These achievements cover many areas and fields of endeavors, and deserve the recognition they garner. The results of one of these achievements continually inspires new generations of Blacks and serves as an example of the “can do” spirit that…

The Importance of Representation

These Photos Of Black Kids Watching ‘Black Panther’ Highlight Why This Film Was Needed. Welcome to Wakanda. Copyright © 2018 Huffington Post, Photo by Christopher Aluka Berry/Reuters Representation matters. Each new generation makes its mark on the world. It is the responsibility of the old generation to guide its children to make the world a much better place than it…

Portrayal of black people in comics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Black people have been portrayed in comics since the medium‘s beginning, with their portrayals often the subject of controversy. The integration of black characters in mainstream and superhero comics has endured various obstacles and challenges. Critics have noted that black men and women have often been portrayed as jungle or ghetto stereotypes, and have often…

Ultra Black

Bill McCormick February 13, 2018 – Last night The World News Center’s official girlfriend and I went to see the Chicago premier of Black Panther. I’ll tell you all about that in a moment. But, if you’re in a hurry, it freaking rocked, go see it. However, the one thing that keeps popping up is how AWESOME it is to…

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