On the heels of its SXSW premiere, the official trailer has been released for Boots Riley’s feature directorial debut, Sorry to Bother You. The film, which had its worldwide premiere received with critical acclaim at Sundance, stars Lakeith Stanfield and Tessa Thompson, alongside Terry Crews, Omari Hardwick, Jermaine Fowler, Armie Hammer, Danny Glover and Steven […]Read More Boots Riley is not, Sorry to Bother You.
“History isn’t dead, and neither are the zombies in Dread Nation. Like we see in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s take on Alexander Hamilton, the events of our past can speak to current events. Ireland says, “Hamilton works because it adds enough historical anachronisms that a modern readership can understand it. With Jane, you know who she is just by […]Read More Dread Nation
From the brothers who brought you Black Dynamite comes a brand new movie that’s sure out of sight.” In The Outlaw Johnny Black, Michael Jai White is back in the saddle of satire to skewer another specific sub-genre, the Blaxploitation Western. While it might not be a direct sequel to Black Dynamite, White’s latest nostalgic […]Read More THE SPIRIT OF ‘BLACK DYNAMITE’ LIVES ON IN ‘THE OUTLAW JOHNNY BLACK’
Written by: Saladin Ahmed Art by: Sami Kivela & Jason Wordie Published by: Boom! Abbott #1 is a breath of fresh air, quite unlike anything else I’m reading. It’s unique in a variety of ways, almost all of them exciting. Of course, some amount of Abbott’s uniqueness is conceptual–for instance, it’s a story about journalism starring a woman of color […]Read More Abbott
In the interview the man/actor reveals the wisdom of a kingRead More T-Challa s Words