Category: MIGHTY AMAZING

Deranged Gunman Kills Andrew Haswell Green

Deranged Gunman Kills Andrew Haswell Green

Cornelius stalked Andrew Haswell Green for a week before ambushing him and downing the elderly statesman with five close range shots. He waited for the police and handed over his emptied revolver, calmly stating “I’m the man who shot him. I’m not sorry for it either. I came over here to shoot him if I couldn’t get satisfaction.”.

New Bruce Lee Comic Announced for 2016

New Bruce Lee Comic Announced for 2016

Bruce Lee never died. And he hasn’t aged. But, he has no idea who he is, what’s happened in the world in the past 40+ years, or why so many “thugs” want a piece of him. With the help of a fly BFF from the ’70s – Joe Toomey, P.I. – and a pair of precocious Teens, Bruce will piece together a mystery more insidious than ever imagined…

Amandla Sternberg, The Badass Superhero Earthy Girl 

Amandla Sternberg, The Badass Superhero Earthy Girl 

“Yo, this little girl is Cold As F—!” was my first impression upon seeing Amandla Sternberg’s big screen debut playing the younger Cataleya to lead actress Zoe Saldana’s character in Columbiana.

I don’t know who shot first, but Amandla clearly hit her marks and possibly topped Zoe’s dynamic performance. The then 12 year old actress owned the role with her turn as the free running, revenge driven, ruthlessly shrewd yet emotionally disturbed little girl. That’s Superhero, That’s Badass! And more recently she has gone on to prove that it was not just an act.

Don’t Call Him Tut

Don’t Call Him Tut

Ever since Carter and Herbert pillaged Tutankhamun’s final resting place in 1922, western civilization has been mystified by the Egyptian Ruler’s associated imagery and its exploitable commercial appeal. More so than any other ancient Egyptian save Cleopatra, Tutankhamun is the reason why hieroglyphs and Egyptian motifs proliferated films, comics, and cartoons in the 1930s and 1940s.

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Happy B-Day Cheers Franklin (Peanuts)

Repost From: Museum of Uncut Funk. Good grief! Franklin’s turning 47!!! It happened on a beach on July 31, 1968. A white boy’s little sister threw his beach ball into the water. A Black boy who was swimming retrieved the ball and took it back to him. The white boy thanked the Black boy, and that was how Charlie Brown met Franklin in “Peanuts. With that appearance, Franklin became the first Black character in Charles Schulz’s magnificent comic strip.

Yes Ebony, Black Super Heroes Are Real!

Yes Ebony, Black Super Heroes Are Real!

Embracing a surge in pop culture relevancy for which the likes of Messy Jesse and the Right Reverend Al surely pine, this week John Lewis is discussed in the same breath as Superman, Batman, Star Wars, and Hall H. Congressman Lewis best summed up his clever mission at his 2013 visit to the convention to promote “March: Book One” a graphic novel detailing Bloody Sunday.