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By OckyDub | Sep 27 2017 | 2 Comments

My crossing into the sci-fi event horizon was in the early 80’s with influences by Flash Gordon, Alien, Raiders of the Lost Ark,  Heavy Metal magazine, Conan the Barbarian, X-Men comics and Millipede the video game. I feel like I must include kung fu theater in here as well. For decades comics have always pushed imaginative […]

By OckyDub | Posted Oct 2 2016 | 9 Comments

Black Mask Studios had a successful campaign raising over $95k earlier this year to help create their new comic Black. From their website Black is described...

By OckyDub | Posted Apr 4 2016 | 4 Comments

It’s April and the new Black Panther comic written by acclaimed author Ta-Nehisi Coates is here. The comic comes out weeks before we will finally see...

By OckyDub | Posted Dec 11 2015 | 25 Comments

Uncanny X-Men was my first comic I fell in love with in the 80’s. I appreciated the diversity of the team and its villains created by Stan Lee and artist...

By OckyDub | Posted Oct 19 2015 | 7 Comments

This past summer Marvel announced and released images of their hip hop inspired variant comic covers that have been debuting each week in October. Admittedly...

By OckyDub | Posted Jun 20 2015 | 6 Comments

Back in 2011, Marvel Comics premiered a black/latino Spider-Man named Miles Morales. A couple of years later, raising star Donald Glover and his fans...

By OckyDub | Posted Jun 13 2015 | 2 Comments

June is LGBT Pride Month and DC Comics in conjunction with The Advocate released a video showcasing the history of LGBT characters in DC Comics. This...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Feb 27 2015 | 15 Comments

If you’re even somewhat aware of the gay adult film industry then you’re familiar with Ta’Leon and Keyontyli Goffney, porn stars turned...

By OckyDub | Posted Jan 19 2015 | 15 Comments

We come upon the ranking Brotherhood Collective head, Diavido as he glares at Okoruro’s den. Okoruro has summoned Diavido to discuss an imperative matter....

By OckyDub | Posted Nov 24 2014 | 5 Comments

Even though I stopped reading and collecting comics back in 1999, the manga style art work of Battle Chasers was one of my favorites. In the vein of Battle...

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