Like many women in media—particularly women of color—Keli Goff wanted to be like Oprah. But not for the fame or the Oprah-size paychecks.
When it comes to playing a villain, some of us have got it—and, well, some of us don’t. Actor Marvin “Krondon” Jones III? Yep, he’s got it.
(Warning: Spoilers abound below.)
Let’s make a black-superhero television show, shall we?
Black Lightning is headed to the nation’s capital on Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. The trailblazing superhero—the first black DC Comics character to have his own stand-alone comic title—will have his own TV series in 2018, but some fans can catch the premiere on Jan. 13 at the National Museum of African American…
It has been a banner year for those who love comics and negritude, and now there’s even more to celebrate!