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These Black AF Comic-Con Moments Through The Years Have Blerds Everywhere Hype For 2019 San Diego Comic-Con

Let’s face it, comic culture was white-washed for a LONG time before people discovered a whole, wide world of Blerds (Black Nerds) who indulge in everything from sci-fi to anime. These are the folks who were onto Black Panther before it was a mega-blockbuster hit. Comic-Con International: San Diego, whichRead More →

We Asked Marvel Studios President If ‘Into The Spider-Verse’ Had Him Shook And If Nick Fury Will Ever Make It To Wakanda

Written by Jerry L. Barrow Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, loves his work. On the eve of bringing phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a close with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, he just seems happy to be here. “How cool is it that we’reRead More →

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Is More Than Worth The Time [Spoiler-Free Review]

Written by Jerry L. Barrow Grandmaster Flash advanced a culture because he sought to control time. Manipulating recorded information on independent streams of existence, reaching back into history and thrusting it forward to create new outcomes was magical, scientific and something in between the two. Everything about Avengers: End GameRead More →

Samuel L. Jackson Settles The Lightsaber Versus Vibranium Debate Once And For All

Nicholas “Nick” Joseph Fury has been a fixture in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since emerging from the shadows of Tony Stark’s living room in the post-credit scene to 2008’s Iron Man. Samuel L. Jackson was a spry 59-year-old when he first donned the eyepatch and leather trench coat to play theRead More →