I SUPPORT BLACK SUPERHEROES [Belser-Verse, Part 9]: Born to Be Wild.

If there is any woman that embodies the Chaka Khan song "I'm Every Woman", it would be Mari McCabe.  Successful fashion model. Talk show host. Passionate animal rights activist. She's also a superhero who can summon the powers of any Earth animal that ever existed through an ancient talisman created by the African god Anansi. …

A LEAGUE OF ONE [DC FanDome]: Dwayne McDuffie and the Shock to the System.

A League of One: The Dwayne McDuffie Story is a feature that was found on the Justice League: Doom special features. I signed up for this because it is posted now to where everyone can see it without JL: Doom. This presented me an opportunity to pay tribute in our current times to one of …

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 [Comic-Con@Home]: A Panel Panorama!

In lieu of a physical space, yesterday saw the hosting of original Mystery Science Theater alums J. Elvis Weinstein (Dr. Earlhardt; the original Tom Servo), original host and series creator Joel Hodgson, and Bill Corbett (Crow T. Robot), and was moderated by Erik Adams, of the A.V. Club. With little need for introduction, the trip …

I SUPPORT BLACK SUPERHEROES [Belser-Verse, Part 6]: ‘Soul’ Brother Supreme

One of the main objectives with this series of articles is to shine light on black superheroes that don't really get talked about. Case-in-point would be today's subject who was created around the same time as other well-known black Heroes like Luke Cage and Black Lightning but has never gotten that same level of recognition. …

THE BIBLE OF ‘BOND, JAMES BOND’ [BelserVerse, Part 11]: The 21st Century Bond.

And now.. the conclusion... Over these eleven chapters, we have gone over many different aspects of this fantastic character that been around for over 50 years. To close this series out, we will talk about the current custodian of the James Bond role: Daniel Craig. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7JmpnNhyX0 DANIEL CRAIG Tenure as Bond: 2005–present In 2005, Craig …

I SUPPORT BLACK SUPERHEROES [Belser-Verse, Part 5]: ‘In Blackest Night…’

Space! The Final Frontier.. (come on, you know the rest). Space exploration has seen its fair share of real-life African American innovators like astronauts Robert Henry Lawrence Jr, Guion Bluford and Mae Jemison. For this article, the space explorer in question is the one of the very first African-American superheroes in DC Comics, John Stewart. …