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 […]