Remember Gurren Lagan? Well in honor of the 10th anniversary of the awesome anime series, Aniplex of America is planning a special event at Otakon in D.C. this month. The event will feature the voiceover talent from the English language dub of the show as well as a special gift box set re-release of the series.
If you caught my post about the new anime short Children of Ether by LeSean Thomas coming to theaters but you missed it, no worries. you can still see the film yourself over at Crunchyroll by clicking the link below!
As part of Crunchyroll’s Anime Movie Night, Children of Ether, Crunchyroll’s first ever original short, written and directed by LeSean Thomas (Boondocks, Cannon Busters) comes to theaters. The premiere will open for another anime series The Ancient Magus’ Bride which was developed by WIT STUDIO (Attack on Titan) from the successful manga of the same name. Read on to find a theater near you and to learn more.
BBC America dropped the news like a Beyoncé album this morning and I as well as many other fans of Doctor Who lost our collective minds. The 13th Doctor, who is essentially the previous 12th Doctor (played wonderfully by Peter Capaldi) in regenerated form, will be played by Jodie Whittaker. Whittaker is actually best known for her roles on the BBC’s hit show Broadchurch as well as movies like Attack the Block and One Day. If you haven’t finished Season 10 of Doctor Who I won’t spoil it for you but let’s just say at one point I was wondering if the Doctor was going to be able to regenerate at all. I am happy that for the first time in the show’s 54 year history they decided to make the Doctor a woman. But before all you SJW-haters hit your keyboards with reckless abandon, let me remind you
The Black TV & Film Collective (BTFC) has released a new sci-fi drama Keloid, created by BTFC founder and accomplished producer, Huriyyah Muhammad, and brought to life along with the contributions of over 20 BTFC members. The narrative focuses on a mother and son’s journey to reconcile his coming of age, while figuring out how to navigate newfound telekinetic/telepathic powers that he neither wants nor is able to control. Season one of Keloid contains seven episodes and one new episode will be released per week. Episode 1 dropped Thursday, July 13th at 12pm ET.
On October 6, 2016. Black Enterprise magazine held a roundtable discussion about black Comics and personally invited indie black creators to participate. (I was actually invited as well, but I had a speaking engagement and couldn’t attend). The creators in attendance were Micheline Hess, Regine Sawyer, N. Steven Harris, Joseph P. Illidge, Naseed Gifted, Diletantte J. Bass, George Carmona, and Roye Okupe (by phone). The discussion was moderated by writer and Black Enterprise contributor Samara Lynn. Click the link below to watch. 🙂
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