After 14 years, the wait is finally over. The long-awaited and desired sequel to Disney Pixar’s The Incredibles lands in theaters. Though 14 years have passed for us, the film […]
Talent, charisma, beauty, and dedication these are all qualities possessed by one of my absolute favorite cosplayers @MistysKnight . I have had the pleasure of following her on Twitter for quite a while and getting to watch her cosplay journey playout for myself. For the past couple of years, I've fanboyed over her work and her dedication to always pushing forward and doing more. I've had the pleasure of watching her time after time advance with each cosplay taking not just her skill as a cosplayer but also her craftsmanship to the next level. So I finally decided that it was time the Geeks of Color community got to know her and see the work of this amazingly talented young woman.
For the past 10 years, we’ve seen character after character make their live-action debut within Marvel’s cinematic universe. From the first Iron Man film all the way up to their […]
It started with an orgasm. An orgasm that tasted like light and felt like time had stopped......only it was more than a feeling, time had actually stopped. Image's Sex Criminals, created by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky for Image Comics, chronicles the experiences and adventures of Suzie Dickson and Jon Johnson. Those of you unfamiliar with Sex Criminals are probably quite confused as to what makes Suzie and Jon so special, well Suzie and Jon both possess the power to freeze time when they orgasm and enter what Jon refers to as Cumworld and Suzie calls "The Quiet".
Death or Glory #1 Written By Rick Remender Art by Bengal Published by Image Comics Released May 2, 2018 Death or Glory is Rick Remender’s latest entry in his long […]
THE TERRIFICS #3 Written by Jeff Lemire and Joe Bennett Cover Art By Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo Ink by Sandra Hope, Jaime Mendoza, and Art Thibert Colors by Marcelo Maiolo […]
THE TERRIFICS #2 Written by Jeff Lemire Art By Joe Prado and Ivan Reis Published by DC Comics Released March 28, 2018 The second issue of The Terrifics kicks off right where […]
Today is the much-anticipated opening of Pacific Rim Uprising, the sequel to the popular 2013 Guillermo Del Toro Mech/Kaiju film. Over the course of the last week, I kept thinking about the influences of the original film and the fact that Del Toro did the film not just as a love letter to his beloved monsters, but also as a tribute to Kaiju and Mecha.
The Terrifics Written by Jeff Lemire Art by Joe Prado, Ivan Reis, and Marcelo Maiolo Published By DC Comics Released February 28, 2018 When DC’s latest addition to the “New […]
This weekend Marvel’s Black Panther, which opens in theaters today, is about to prove to exactly what Black folks have always known: our heroes are more than capable of not […]
Black Lightning Cold Dead Hands has been hands down one of my favorite monthly items to pull when I visit my local comic book store. Tony Isabella's return to his classic creation shows that its possible to breathe new life into one of the classics and make it just as timely today as it was back in the day. The issue four of the six-issue miniseries, which I'm hoping gets upgraded to an ongoing, continues to follow the Cleveland hero as he attempts to figure out who is releasing science fiction level weapons onto the streets of his hometown.
On Wednesday it was announced that one of Disney Channel’s most popular shows from back in the day, Kim Possible, would be getting a live-action Disney Channel Original film. The show […]
Honestly, this is one of those books that you will either really love for its quirky and trippy aspects or that you will really hate because of the shits just too weird for you.
Listen up ladies and gentlemen take to the streets and tell everyone you know Black Lightning is back better than ever. Today marks the series premiere of what in my not so humble opinion is going to be the CW's best entry into their superhero catalog. Created in July of 1972 by the talented Tony Isabella and Trevor Von Eeden, Jefferson Pierce doubles as a teacher and sometimes principal of Garfield Highschool and the superhero Black Lightning.
"You know its the constant lack of respect that you show me and this family that pisses me off. Do you have any idea how important today is? Lack of judgment! Respect! You have not FUCKING honor!". His words set the stage for a dramatic display of family dysfunction between himself, his sister, and his sister's lover which collides and results in two unforgivable acts.
Dreamworks Rise of the Guardians is based on the book series by The Guardians of Childhood by Williams Joyce which centers around the icons of our childhood such as Santa Claus, The Easter Bunny, Jack Frost, The Tooth Fairy, the Sandman, and many others. The film is set 300 years after the book series for which it is based upon and it features the Guardians of Childhood coming together with the help of Jack Frost to defeat none other than the Boogeyman himself, Pitch Black.
In the age of the Cinematic Universe where superheroes and supervillains alive criss-cross between films, why not add one more to the mix? Milestone Media was founded in 1993 by a group of Black Artists and writers, which consisted of Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Michael Davis, and Derek T. Dinklage.