IT BEARS REPEATING…

The Horsemen is the culmination of the journey to find my voice as an artist and storyteller.

I’ve been a student of mythology since first seeing Clash of the Titans in 1981. I read the Greek myths, the Norse myths, Egyptians and so on. Around the age of 16, I started studying the myths and folktales of Africa and decided that I wanted to create a series of illustrations based on the gods and goddesses of various regions.

The conflict between the gods of myth was established at the beginning…

I created a concept called The Race in 1993. The Race were the descendants of the heroes and demigods of mythology. These descendants had a recessive gene that, when activated through either proximity or severe trauma, would gain super powers. They were pawns in a war between two gods, Exodus and Othello. Whosever side they joined would tip the scales of the war in either god’s favor.

Also during that time, I created another concept called Jom & Aida based on not only African mythology and African cinema, but also the opera Aida as performed by Leontyne Price, which was the story of an Egyptian princess. I wanted to use the idea of death and rebirth as the central theme.

These concepts never came together…

…Until 1997.

The children of gods and monsters. B/W vs. the Color art for the “Birth of a Nation” chapter in The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny

I was developing my graduate thesis at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; writing, designing, and illustrating a book on the history of African American super heroes and their connection to the gods and goddesses of Africa. I had taken a class on Afro-Caribbean art and rituals, which exposed me to religions like Vodou, Santeria, and Candomblé. It also exposed me to the African root faith systems of these religions, most notably the Ifa faith of Nigeria.

Finally! This was my chance to do those African god illustrations I had always wanted to create! The book was going to be called The New Mythology. I used the names of seven Yoruba gods, the Orishas, and their aspects as the chapter titles for the book. But when I got around to actually developing my depiction of the Orisha, I realized that I couldn’t illustrate them in traditional African dress.

It was a book about super heroes and the Orishas had to be illustrated as such. I delved into creating these super heroic interpretations of these gods. Jack Kirby’s reimagining of Norse mythology was my inspiration. As the thesis took shape, I realized that I did not want to let these designs exist only for a thesis only a few people would see in a graduate exhibition and nothing else. These characters would become my official entry into the comic book industry.

Ogun, the Lord of the Forge! B/W vs. the Color art for the “One Day War” chapter in The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny

But, what do I call them?

I remembered the title of a book that I had to read for the Afro Caribbean Art and Ritual class; The Divine Horsemen by Maya Deren. I dropped the “Divine” and the rest, they say, is history. As for the book’s premise, thank DJ Krush. On the title track of his album, Meiso, Black Thought of the mighty Roots Crew said these fateful words:

“Who controls the eight immortals, but the number seven, in this continual maze?”

The eight immortals became the Deitis, with Exodus and Othello among them. The Race (now called The Manifest thanks to Mark of the Cloven writer Jude W. Mire), Jom, and Aida folded into this new universe, this New Mythology.

The New Mythology Saga. Retailers and readers can grab the entire series for their bookshelves when they donate to campaign!

66 backers. 78% funded. With only 7 days left in our campaign, we are a mere $1050.00 from reaching our goal. Help The Horsemen reach their Manifest Destiny by donating to our Kickstarter today!

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LIKES ARE GREAT… BUT…

Wow.

Since the beginning of this campaign, The Horsemen creator Jiba Molei Anderson has been getting a lot of “likes” for the artwork on social media. This may be the largest number of “likes” for his art that he’s received in recent years.

Thank you. Sincerely. Thank you for the warm reception.

But you know what would really show that you like the art, and the concept, of The Horsemen? If you pledged to the Kickstarter!

Look at what you’ll get when we exceed our goal!

For as little as a $10 pledge, you help ensure that the heroes YOU want to see reach the public. And, if we exceed our $5000.00 goal, all backers receive TWO 24” X 30” print-ready PDFs featuring the heroes and villains of The Horsemen Universe.

You know what else you’ll get? Wait for it…

Five digital comics from the members of The Blaxis! That’s over 160 pages of content for only $10.00!

Likes are great, but backing this campaign shows real love. So help The Horsemen reach their Manifest Destiny by backing our Kickstarter campaign today!

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A PIONEER OF AFROFUTURISM?

I was asked this question recently:

“How does it feel to be an Afrofuturism pioneer in the comics space”?

It feels a little weird honestly. When I created The Horsemen way back in 1997, I was looking to fill a hole and make my mark in the comic book industry. I was inspired by the pioneers of the Black Age of Comics in the 90s. Milestone Media, Brotherman and Tribe showed me the value in carving a space that didn’t really exist before. It just so happened that I was influenced by science fiction, politics and mythology. It just so happened that I wanted to infuse the world I was creating with a West African / African American sensibility.

The Consonance. The Horsemen, The Manifest. Three generations of heroes sharing one destiny…

The Horsemen reflects my worldview. I wanted to show a very modern Africa, I was extremely tired of the “famine and underdeveloped” narrative that the continent is saddled with in this country. I also wanted to address the problems that Post-Colonialism left behind on the continent as well.

I wanted the world of The Horsemen to feel real, free from the mythology of Afrocentrism and its adherence to Egyptology.

I’ve always been a fan of alternate dimensions and, mythology is great tool in exploring that concept. Unlike the Marvel Universe, which treats the gods of myth as aliens from other planets, I prefer to think of mythological beings as realized potential if certain roads were traveled as opposed to others. In the broadest of strokes, you could link my work to Jonathan Hickman (East of West) or Rick Reminder (Black Science) even though The Horsemen precede both of those titles by a good number of years.

The Horsemen was Afrofuturism before the term was coined.


The Hordes of Ragnarök, The Deitis, and The Cloven. They are set on ruling the world… Or bring about its destruction.

The word Afrofuturism didn’t really enter my radar until 2005 though it had been around since 1995 or so. I was just doing my thing. I even tried to separate what I was doing from what I thought was a certain aesthetic. Eventually, I had to admit to myself that I was an Afrofuturist, which didn’t happen until, like, 2014. So, even though one could call me a “pioneer,” it’s still taking some time for me to accept that appellation…

But I’m getting used to it.

Are you a Defender of Creation? Or do you pledge you allegiance to the Agents of Oblivion? If we exceed our initial goal and raise $6000.00, all backers will receive these 24” X 30” print-ready PDFs featuring the heroes and villains of the Horsemen Universe. We’re 35% funded with 16 days left in our campaign. help The Horsemen reach their Manifest Destiny by pledging to our Kickstarter today!

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THE HORSEMEN RETURN TO FULFILL THEIR MANIFEST DESTINY

“The gods have chosen them to protect humanity from itself…whether humanity wants them to or not. They combat those who control the fate of the planet. Through their actions, the world would never be the same.”

The New Mythology saga

Created by Jiba Molei Anderson, The Horsemen is the saga of seven ordinary people thrust into extraordinary circumstances, as the gods of ancient Africa possess them.

With the release of the Divine Intervention first issue in 2002, The Horsemen became a pioneer of the Afrofuturism movement in comics by using the Orishas as the basis for the superhero mythology.

 “I wanted to work with a different faith system, a system that when The Horsemen was created, no one, I mean no one, was thinking of.  No one was thinking of using the Orishas as a launch point for a comic book world at that time.”

– Jiba Molei Anderson

The Horsemen would go on to become a critical success and has generated a cult following. Its fan base would include Hollywood talents such as Tony Todd (Candyman, Star Trek DS9) and Sean Astin (Lord of the Rings, Stranger Things) and comic book royalty like the late Dwayne McDuffie (Justice League Unlimited, Milestone Media).

Also, The Horsemen has made an educational and historical impact being included in a long-running exhibition at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art as a small example.

The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny (standard cover)

The next installment of The New Mythology, The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny is a 64-page journey of three tales that continues to chronicle the past, present, and future of the Horsemen Universe!

Ogun: Season of Ice (written by Kofi Malik Boone)

Written by Kofi Malik Boone, Ogun: Season of Ice tells an early tale of the Master of Iron as he defends a newly – freed people from the wrath of the sinister Mbwari!

The Horsemen: The One Day War

Witness the psychic death of a nation’s mythic identity as The One Day War tells the story of what happens to those who choose violence against The Horsemen!

The Manifest: Birth of a Nation

In Birth Of A Nation, a new race rises from the ashes of an apocalypse. They are not Orisha nor are they Deitis. They are the Manifest and they are all that stand between Creation and the forces of Ragnarök!

Géroux Noél-maxence Aurèle. Kenjji Jumanne-Marshall. Sean Damien Hill. These are the three premiere artists in the Black Comix community, along with series creator Jiba Molei Anderson, who will be providing exclusive variant covers for this Kickstarter. Check out this cover from the good Mister Hill to show you how we do things!

Kenjji Jumanne-Marshall (WitchDoctor, Teen Wolf) lends his skills to creating a cover for The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny!
Rising star and Mega Universe architect Géroux Noél-maxence Aurèle AKA Neon Pen will grace us with a cover as well!
The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny variant cover by Sean Damien Hill (The Hated, The Crossing, Luke Cage)!
This variant cover by Jiba Molei Anderson will also be Griot Enterprises’ first NFT available in the “Consonance” tier of rewards!

Check out some of the good will the book has generated over the years:

“The characters of Shango, Eshu, Ogun, Oya, Oshun, Yemaya and Obatala are beautifully drawn and characterized according to their personas in the Ifa pantheon. The scenes featuring enforcers of divine will is exciting and action filled, with little dialogue on their part which adds a welcome bit of mystery to them.”

– Ra’Chaun Rogers

Griot Enterprises is a proud member of the Blaxis. All retailer rewards will receive a poster featuring members of the New Standard in comics!

“The Horsemen series is a slow burn. It’s something to be enjoyed over time as a true epic should.”

– Brian Wycoff

“Anderson’s tale however is no superhero story created with the goal to ‘merely’ entertain his readers but to challenge them to a battle. If one engages in Anderson’s battle and in turn recognizes The Horsemen’s Hip-Hop aesthetics, the ‘mere’ superhero comic unfolds a variety of layers of meaning.”

– Lisa Kottas

With Manifest Destiny, our goal is to take The Horsemen to the next level from cult classic to wide audience hit. Come along for the ride when the Kickstarter campaign for The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny, written and illustrated by Jiba Molei Anderson (with Kofi Malik Boone), and become a part of The New Mythology on August 17!

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4 PAGES 16 BARS SPOTLIGHT PT. 2

4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape is an anthology series that records the living history of #BlackComix, past, present and future. Here is the second in a series highlighting the Visual MCs and Literary DJs who decided to grab the mic!

bloo12 by Blossom Blair

Meet the cover artist for Mass Appeal: Vol. 07 in the 4 Pages 16 Bars anthology series!

Blossom Blair is an illustrator who likes painting sparkly girls. A brief introduction that belies an amazing talent, Blossom creates images of whimsy and true Black Girl Magic. Ms. Blair also happens to be the sister of 4 Pages Literary DJ Greg Anderson-Elysée, creator of Is’Nana the Were-Spider!

Justice written by Brian J. Lambert

The Angel has blessed the Cipher!

Fresh off their own successful Kickstarter, Wingless ComicsJustice will be one of the entries in 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape Vol. 07 – Mass Appeal!

Justice is the brainchild of Brian J. Lambert, lead contributing writer at Wingless Entertainment. Brian published his first novel, Ascention- The Chrusion Saga Book 1. Brian was selected as a Reader’s Favorite Book Award Finalist in 2019 for Ascention.

He has also edited numerous independent works, including, Is’nana the Were-Spider by Greg Anderson Elysee, Akolyte, by Derek Allen, Nia Caler, by Dorphise Jean and the upcoming graphic novel, Beyond 13th, by Michael Ralph.

Shield of the Interceptor written by JayDee Rosario

Unstoppable Comics enters the Cipher!

Finding himself frustrated with the glaring lack of representation in the industry, JayDee Rosario started Unstoppable Comics in 2008 to give a space to perspectives not usually seen in mainstream comics.

Tired of stories that centered wealthy playboys and infallible gods, JayDee’s characters were inspired by folklore and the people around him. Unstoppable’s flagship title Shield of the Interceptor is loosely based on Arthurian legend and pays tribute to David Flynn, one of JayDee’s best and oldest friends who lives with acromegaly, a hormonal growth disorder.

The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny coming this fall!

But, wait… There’s more!

Griot Enterprises is proud to announce that its flagship title returns this fall with The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny!

The next installment of The New Mythology, The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny is a 64-page journey of three tales that continues to chronicle the past, present, and future of the Horsemen Universe.

Written and illustrated by Jiba Molei Anderson (with Kofi Malik Boone), the Kickstarter for The Horsemen: Manifest Destiny will begin in August and the book will be released this October. But everyone who backs the Kickstarter campaign for 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape Vol. 07 – Mass Appeal will receive a 24-page B/W preview of Manifest Destiny absolutely FREE as a special thank you to everyone that made Volume 7 of the hottest anthology in comics a reality.

With 65 backers and 6 days left in our campaign, we are under $500.00 from our funding goal. Help us get over the finish line by donating to the 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape Vol. 07 – Mass Appeal Kickstarter today!

4 Pages 16 Bars Kickstarter

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4 PAGES 16 BARS SPOTLIGHT

4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape is an anthology series that records the living history of #BlackComix, past, present and future. Here is the second in a series highlighting the Visual MCs and Literary DJs who decided to grab the mic.

Shirley’s Day by Ryan Francis

We’re very proud to introduce the next Visual MC to enter the Cipher as he was one of Jiba Molei Anderson’s (4 Pages 16 Bars Curator) students during his time as an animation / video game design professor at the Illinois Institute of Art – Schaumburg!

Ryan Francis is a Chicago-land independent artist and animator who has created artwork for children’s books, comics, T-shirts, video games. He also self-publishes comics such as, Shirley’s Day, Incident at the Game Store, and The Pizza Man.

Be_Come by Damion Hampton

The next Visual MC to grab the mic is a second-generation artist whose mother was a fellow classmate of Anderson’s at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago!

Damion Hampton is a UX designer and illustrator passionate about creative problem solving and the stories of those he designs for. Hampton’s work as a freelance comic book artist displays his interest in people and the desire for efficiency. Damion uses all of the skills he’s developed, balancing user needs with function, and crafting intuitive layouts in a role in User Interface Design, research, and as a Storyboard artist.

Dayblack by Keef Cross

Finally, we’re very glad that this next Visual MC decided to grab the mic and bring his flavor to the Visual Mixtape!

“Growing up being influenced by Ralph Bakshi, Vaughn Bode’, Wendy Pini, and Robert Crumb to name a few, really shaped my visual aesthetic.”

Keef Cross is a tattoo artist, painter, illustrator, and graphic novelist. He is the author and illustrator of Dayblack Volume 1. An Atlanta, resident, the diverse cast of individuals he has met in his tattoo chair is a big part of why he began the Dayblack comic series.

Imagine seeing this hanging in your LCS!

But, wait… There’s more!

Imagine seeing this poster in your Local Comic Book Store (LCS)!

For a $75 pledge, your LCS will receive 3 copies of 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape Vol. 07 – Mass Appeal and 3 copies of 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape presents Sequential Graffiti. For the $100 pledge, Your LCS will receive 1 copy of the entire anthology series to carry in their store. Both pledges will receive this 30″ X 40″ poster to display in their store! If we get to $5000, this poster will be the stretch goal for all physical backers.

Vol. 07 – Mass Appeal is currently less than $1000 from its initial goal. With 12 days left, help us get over the finish line by donating to the hottest anthology in comics today!

4 Pages 16 Bars Kickstarter campaign

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Happy Birthday to the Gentleman of comics

George Perez birthday collage

At 19, a young Puerto Rican kid from the Bronx began his career at Marvel Comics. Since then, he did a couple of things, worked on a couple of comics you might have heard about: Justice League, Avengers, Teen Titans, Wonder Woman, Crisis on Infinite Earths… Y’know. Small sh*t.

Completely self-taught, he saw the mistakes in his artwork and corrected them through the use of reference and observation. A fan-favorite as well as an artist’s artist, He also inspired a couple of artists to follow in his footsteps of creating some of the most intricate and expressive comic book pages ever produced… including yours truly.

Some say don’t meet your heroes. I say bollocks to all of that. This cat happens to be the one of the kindest, most generous, souls ever to walk the planet. He remembers you. He’ll even put you into one of his comics. He’ll follow your work and let you know how proud he is of you making your way in this industry.

Welp, today is this gentlemen’s birthday. And so I celebrate George Perez, one of my “Mount Rushmore” comic art influences and one of the best to ever do it. Feliz cumpleaños, good sir!

4 Pages 16 Bars Vol. 07 montage

By the way, the Kickstarter for 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape Vol. 07 – Mass Appeal is 52% funded. Help us get to $2000.00 this weekend by becoming a backer today!

4 Pages 16 Bars Kickstarter

ENTER THE CIPHER: AN ANTHOLOGY THAT CELEBRATES THE DIVERSITY IN THE COMIC BOOK INDUSTRY

The 4 Pages | 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape anthology series is a celebration of where true diversity exists in this industry. Curated by Griot Enterprises publisher Jiba Molei Anderson (The Horsemen), this anthology celebrates the work of BIPOC creators from mainstream to independent, webcomics to print media and everything in-between.

How diverse is your comic book collection?

“In February 2014, I was invited to take part in a roundtable discussion on a podcast,” Anderson begins. “During that time, an almost annual discussion began on social media where many fans were clamoring for some sort of unified front. ‘Why don’t we have a new Milestone‘ or ‘We need some sort of magazine to let people know about us‘ were some of the most common statements. “

“We brought that topic up in the roundtable. We discussed the logistics and perceived difficulties of putting something like that together. I was the one who said that all one needed was the connections to the various creators in the game, the wherewithal to bring all these diverse personalities together, the technical and marketing acumen to create the product and a certain lack of ego to play a bit of a back seat in order to push the movement forward.

And, since I opened my big mouth, I knew that I had to be the one to make this thing happen…”

Contributors for the previous five volumes included Quinn McGowan (Wildfire), Micheline Hess (Diary Of A Mad Black Werewolf), Roosevelt Pitt (Purge), John Jennings (Kindred), Chuck “Dragonblack” Collins (Bounce), Tim Fielder (Matty’s Rocket, Infinitum), Anthony Piper (Trill League), Roye Okupe (EXO: The Legend of Wale Williams), Nigel Flood (The Globalists), David Walker (Power Man and Iron Fist, Naomi), Robert Love (Bayou, Fierce), Sanford Greene (Bitter Root), Ray Anthony-Height (Midnight Tiger), Sha-Nee Williams, Khary Randolph (Excellence), Greg Anderson Elysée (Is’nana The Were-Spider), Ed Williams (Mayke), Robert Jeffery (Mine To Avenge), Dorphise Jean (Spirit’s Destiny) and Uko Smith.

“4 Pages | 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape is more than an anthology series of great comics,” Anderson continues. “Each 126- page volume is a portable gallery of some of the finest creators of color, past present and future. It’s an academic document recording the evolution of diversity in the medium. It’s living history!”

Volume 06 – The Feel. Cover illustration by Sheeba Maya

Volume 06 – The Feel will include creators the likes of George Gant (Beware of Toddler), Jamal Yasseem Igle (Supergirl, Black, The Wrong Earth),  Moana McAdams (The Adventures of Nakoa and Nohea), Albert Morales (Samurai Señorita) and Amber Denise Peoples.

Members of Volume 06 – The Feel

“Comics are Hip Hop,” Anderson states. “The work in 4 Pages | 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape is diverse, dangerous, political and inspiring. Like Hip Hop, Comics have the ‘mainstream’ and the ‘underground.’ Like Hip Hop, the underground or ‘independent’ scene of Comics is where true innovation and experimentation exists, where you’ll find cats grinding out with passion, creating their own labels and selling their wares out of the trunks of their digital cars searching for that special fan to purchase what they have to offer. “

This Kickstarter for 4 Pages | 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape Volume 06 – The Feel begins February 15. Click here for more information.

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CHANGING OF THE GUARD

Earlier this week, Disney decimated the competition with the reveal of their 2021 content season and beyond. Star Wars fans alone will be gorging on content for years. They’ll be barfing it up like Grogu (Baby Yoda) barfs up blue macaroons.

Are you not entertained?

In the MCU, the abundance of content will give the Marvel fan the same sense of satiation. Loki, What If, Shang-Chi, Eternals, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Black Widow, this list goes on and on…

But there was one announcement that divided fandom, specifically Black comic fandom:

No, T’Challa? But, muh Black manhood!

Black Panther 2, to be released in 2022, will not feature T’Challa, but rather focus on the country of Wakanda itself and other characters from the first film. This announcement was made because Chadwick Boseman, the superlative actor who brought T’Challa to life, passed away unexpectedly a mere two months ago.

Of course, the obvious go-to would be Shuri taking over the mantle of the Black Panther from her brother. The comic books themselves have shown Shuri as a Black Panther. However, some people (Black men if we’re being completely honest here) are up in arms with claims of Black man emasculation because the MCU will not recast the role of T’Challa nor use CGI to continue Brother Chadwick’s visage, if not performance, in this next film.

The King was taken from us far too soon…

Ok. My two cents:

Yes, major characters like the DC Trinity have had multiple people play the various characters. However, there was always a sufficient amount of time between the “changing of the guard” so to speak. Examples include:

Superman: from George Reeves in the 50s to Christopher Reeve in the 70s to Dean Cain in the 90s, etc.

Batman: from Adam West in the 60s to Michael Keaton in ’89 to Christian Bale in ’05, etc.

Wonder Woman: from Lynda Carter in the 70s to Gal Gadot in 2018…

Yes, many actors have played these roles, but their performances were spaced generations apart from each other…

Point being, there were decades in between new actors taking on these roles for new generations.

Now T’Challa, specifically Chadwick Boseman’s performance, has elevated the role of Black Panther to that same mythic status. He made the role his. His performance is forever iconic. And, let’s keep it a buck, no matter who will eventually become the next T’Challa will be scrutinized and compared to Brother Chadwick’s performance… especially for BP2.

In other words: it’s too soon.

Of course people are gonna compare actors who took on the role like the late Sean Connery’s James Bond vs. Daniel Craig’s interpretation of the character. That’s natural.

But again, we’re dealing with generational comparisons. Brother Chadwick passed, what, two months ago?

It is simply too soon.

In addition, though T’Challa opened up Wakanda to the rest of the world doesn’t mean the next film will focus on that. Keep in mind, the MCU is now five years ahead of “regular” time thanks to Avengers: Endgame. It is possible to do a “back in time” BP movie without Chadwick to learn more about the nation and the mantle of the Black Panther (think the third Underworld film Rise of the Lycans) and then go forward in the third movie with a new T’Challa.

How cool would it be to see some of the other Black Panthers in the second film?

The thing is, some folks think T’Challa and Chadwick are the same person, which is not true. Besides, the MCU isn’t dumb enough to kill off a character because an actor passed. T’Challa is making them a lot of money. But I think they are sensitive enough to mourn. And, keep in mind, the whole cast and crew of BP (who are mostly returning) are still in mourning as well. They became a family on set and they are probably not ready to replace their champion.

This is actually a smart move, emotionally, to have BP2 focus more on Wakanda. Maybe the movie would be about other Black Panthers throughout Wakanda’s history. Maybe it’s about young T’Chaka. In any event, BP2 would act as a bridge for the next actor to fill Chadwick’s shoes in the role of T’Challa…

And I would love to see a flick about those who wore the habit of the Panther before the current King of Wakanda.

Of course, this is all speculative. None of us own the character and The Mouse will do what The Mouse does. We’re just gonna have to wait, see, and consume (or not) what they give us.

I yield the rest of my time to the floor…

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Five Comics For Less Than Five Dollars From Griot Enterprises — COMICON

If you’re already missing Mister Nancy from American Gods, given he won’t be returning for the third season, then Griot Enterprises’s Horsemen 5 comic bundle may be a great place to start to get your fix of predominately African-American voices, superheroes and a good dose of African mythology too with a good mix of the…

Five Comics For Less Than Five Dollars From Griot Enterprises — COMICON

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