We back at it again with another showcase for a indie graphic novel called Inyanu – Child of Wonder, a graphic novel inspired by Avatar: The Legend of Aang, Brave and The Incredibles.
Ever since Marvel revealed the New ‘New’ Warriors to the public and received the massive backlash that they did, I started to think about why we even admired superheroes in the first place. What was it that drew us all to admiring people like Static Shock, Superman, Black Panther, Raven, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Storm etc?
I’ve been reading this new (well, I say new but I think it’s been out for a while now) webtoons original called City of Blank, and well I actually like it.
SNOWFLAKE AND SAFESPACE? I….bro, you can’t tell me we ain’t in a glitched Matrix after this! Marvel deadass decided to create characters based on the terminology we associate with SJW’s! This is bait, it has to be!
So Marvel writer Dan Slott effectively just told a huge portion of its fanbase to go fuck themselves if they go and vote for Trump again. I mean, I feel like you’d lose your job if you told your potential customers to go fuck themselves but I guess Dan Slott is immune to that rule. Seriously, I’m reading the headline of this blog and I still can’t believe it happened.
Black Sands Entertainment, the popular independent black content developers in the nation (USA to be precise) has recently begun rounds of investments on Wefunder to allow fans and investors who believe in their work to invest and make the company a reality.
Comic Books are in the decline. This is no surprise anymore. I’ve also noticed that more and more people, primarily in the comic industry, are being hired for their politics, rather than on their merit and skills. Because of this, the core essences of what made comic books so damm popular has all but faded away and now, we are left with a hollow husk of its former glory.
It’s been a minute since I talked about some new indie stuff on here but I feel like I may have found yet another gem to keep an eye out for in the coming months. According to its kickstarter page, TRILL LEAGUE is an idea that takes well-known superheroes and adds a satirical twist to them, sprinkled with some urban edge to them. It’s been confirmed for an animated series.
Now this is something big. Apparently, Crunchyroll and WEBTOON are going to be working together to bring us original animations from the WEBTOON catalog and I can already think of two comics I want to see animated.