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Q & A with Author/ Publisher/ Editor Milton Davis

Steamfunk. Sword and Soul. Anthologies. Novels. And now animation.
By Robert Jeffrey II   September 4, 2015

 

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Q & A with MECCAcon Founder/ CEO, Maia Crown Williams, Part 2

Art helps transcend communities. Art heals. Art builds. Art gets you out of the ghetto... And that's for those who WANT to leave
By Robert Jeffrey II   September 2, 2015

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MEET STEPHEN MARK PANTOJA

"Some writer's create stories, I create franchises."
By Maurice Waters   August 31, 2015

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Q &A with MECCAcon Founder/ CEO, Maia Crown Williams, Part 1

I created MECCAcon: so children could see that heroes come in an array of colors, not just cream
By Robert Jeffrey II   August 31, 2015

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Review: DC Comics Cyborg #2

Can you say techno-shotgun?
By Robert Jeffrey II   August 30, 2015

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Vixen Series Premiere Featurette From CW SEED

August 25, 2015 Vixen in an animated series on CW SEED
By Robert Jeffrey II   August 24, 2015

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Review: AHR Visions “Bleed 2039 #1”

Imagine Blade Runner set against the backdrop of the Great Depression, and you have Bleed 2039.
By Robert Jeffrey II   August 12, 2015

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Review: AHR Visions “The Eight #1”

The Eight tells the story of a group of super powered Immortals who are tasked with protecting the world.
By Robert Jeffrey II   August 12, 2015

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Indeterminate Racial Identity in Comic Books

For purposes of this column, I have chosen a few highly visible examples of racial ambiguity.
By Prof. William H. Foster   August 12, 2015

Yes, that’s right. It’s the now famous (or is that infamous?) story where comic book iconic character Lois Lane turns Black for 24 hours. 

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Review: DC Comics Cyborg #1

With the mix of Walker, Reis, Prado, and Lucas, you’ve got a bonafide hit on your hands.
By Robert Jeffrey II   August 1, 2015

What works well for me is that this first issue provides a fresh jumping on point for any Cyborg fan, or any comic book fan. 

BLEED 2039

BLEED: 2039, a neo-noir/sci-fi graphic novel is released on Kickstarter.

Addressing the issue or rising global wealth disparity, AHR Vision’s Bleed 2039, a neo-noir sci-fi graphic novel has launched on
By Exclusive to BlackSci-Fi.com   August 1, 2015

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Police - Community Relations Profiled in Independent Black Comic Books

In the last few years, the problems of unfair harassment by the police in the Black community has shocked and stunned
By Prof. William H. Foster   July 13, 2015

AHR Visions Launches New Titles in 2014

By Robert Jeffrey II   February 17, 2014

Independent comics in recent years have acted as a platform on which new and exciting…

A Special Tribute on the occasion of the passing of Nelson Mandela

Now that he has passed from us, it is time to do what story telling has always done...
By Prof. William H. Foster   December 15, 2013

“You know that you are really famous the day that you discover that you have become a comic character.” - Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

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John Jennings provides his artistic talent to David Banner’s “Walking With Gods”

By Robert Jeffrey II   September 22, 2013

In a media landscape where superheroes have become synonymous with film and television, creators are…