Odienator answers two pressing questions in his piece about Song of the South: “1. Should Disney release this movie on DVD in America? Absolutely. 2. Is Song of the South as racist as its rep indicates? Well…keep reading. (You didn’t think I’d just give you my goodies without […]
Dart Adams Presents: Black Like Me: The History of Black Comic Book Heroes Through the Ages, Part One (1900-1968)and Part Two (1969-2008). (Click it! It’s amazing).
“People don’t realize how a man’s whole life can be changed by one book.” –Malcolm X / Malik El-Shabazz, The Autobiography of Malcolm X (As Told To Alex Haley)
“You asked for it–Cried for it–Demanded it!” Yes, dear reader, Sequential Crush, a blog dedicated to romance comics from the 1960s and 1970s. Check out “Black + White = Heartbreak,” a story about interracial romance in the early 1970s and scans of the first three issues of Night […]
It’s Black History Mumf at Big Media Vandalism and the Odienator provides a recap of his film reviews here.
I don’t care that much for vampire stories. It’s a reflexive dislike that’s hard to define — basically, I’m not part of the target audience of the whole vampire fascination. Another pet peeve of mine is the amnesiac protagonist. What an absolutely lame excuse to explain everything to […]