Wednesday, November 25, 2020


Gaming

My Top 5 Personal Favorite Video Games Ever. My Top 5 Personal Favorite Video Games Ever.

(AfroGamers.com) I have played over 100+ games during my lifetime with plenty of good ones like Sonic & Knuckles, Tecmo Super Bowl (NES Version), &... 


The Surge Is A Quality Action Game. The Surge Is A Quality Action Game.

(AfroGamers.com) Back in 2017, Focus Home Interactive released The Surge, developed by Deck13 Interactive. It was a game that flew under my radar when... 


Top 5 Things That I Loved About The 1990s. Top 5 Things That I Loved About The 1990s.

(Afrogamers.com) To me, the 1990s had it’s ups like my getting my first ever A-B Honor Roll in 5th Grade and it’s lows like my near death experience... 


60 Years of Sega: 5 Games You Must Play. 60 Years of Sega: 5 Games You Must Play.

(AfroGamers.com) This year marks Sega’s 60th anniversary. The company entered the video game business in 1973. It was in the 1970s that Sega capitalized... 


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Anime

5 Underrated Manga Series You Must Read Now. 5 Underrated Manga Series You Must Read Now.

(AfroGamers.com) In manga and anime, there is no shortage of underrated series. The vast majority of the time, these series aren’t underrated, it’s... 


My Experience At 2019 Sonocon. My Experience At 2019 Sonocon.

(AfroGamers.com) Note: Prior to the name of this event being changed to SonoCon, the previous name of the event for the past two years was “Gump City... 


My Top Dragon Ball Battles. My Top Dragon Ball Battles.

(AfroGamers.com) Dragon Ball is the gold standard for martial arts anime and shonen in general. While better animated series with stronger storylines... 


Let’s End Cosplay Body Shaming. Let’s End Cosplay Body Shaming.

(AfroGamers.com) Cosplay should be fun beyond belief! One should be able to have a small moment in this crazy world where they can be the embodiment of... 


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News

Remember Those Holographic Edition Comic Books? Remember Those Holographic Edition Comic Books?

(AfroGamers.com) Now and days, comic book publishers tend to release variant covers for important issues. You know, first issues of a new line, reboots, or issues released during an imprint-wide event. Variant covers really became a regular thing when the comic book issue stabilized then rebounded during the late 2000s. Prior to that there were the holographic covers for comic books. The Holographic... [Read more of this review]


Nighthawk: The Batman Marvel Deserve. Nighthawk: The Batman Marvel Deserve.

(AfroGamers.com) A few years back, I’d run into some discussion on social media about the Marvel character Nighthawk. He wasn’t a character I’d heard of but he’d been in publication some years ago. Well, it was 2016 and we were getting a new Nighthawk comic. The Decision to Run Nighthawk When I become a fan of something long enough, I becoming curious about the behind the scenes decisions.... [Read more of this review]


My Top 5 Personal Favorite Video Games Ever. My Top 5 Personal Favorite Video Games Ever.

(AfroGamers.com) I have played over 100+ games during my lifetime with plenty of good ones like Sonic & Knuckles, Tecmo Super Bowl (NES Version), & Killer Instinct (SNES Version) and even plenty of very bad ones like Chaos In The Windy City, NBA Hangtime, and DBGT Final Bout. I have written many articles about video games, but this one is very special to me because I get to talk about my top... [Read more of this review]


Here Are 5 Awesome Black Heroes In Horror. Here Are 5 Awesome Black Heroes In Horror.

(AfroGamers.com) It’s my favorite time of the year—Halloween. So, in honor of Halloween let’s look at the top five Black heroes of horror films and TV shows! What heroes do you believe are missing? Kim Mathis (Tracie Thoms, Death Proof, 2007) Death Proof was part of a grindhouse-style double feature of films along with Planet Terror (watch that as well). In this slasher, Kurt Russell plays a... [Read more of this review]


Comics Are Soap Operas With Worse Relationships. Comics Are Soap Operas With Worse Relationships.

(Afrogamers.com) Comics offer some of everything for everyone. If you enjoy sci-fi, there are comics for that. Do you like fantasy or romance? You can find comics that feature both of those. Obviously, if you enjoy superheroes you could throw a rock and hit a superhero comic. The medium delivers all of this and in the West, you even get a good dose of soap opera drama. Now, it would probably be difficult... [Read more of this review]


The Surge Is A Quality Action Game. The Surge Is A Quality Action Game.

(AfroGamers.com) Back in 2017, Focus Home Interactive released The Surge, developed by Deck13 Interactive. It was a game that flew under my radar when it was released. Looking at reviews some time after game dropped and it was received mildly. Most enjoyed the game enough but there was a feeling that Deck13 could’ve done more with the setting and story. I finally got around to playing The Surge on... [Read more of this review]


The Comic Book Industry Should Bring Back Anthologies. The Comic Book Industry Should Bring Back Anthologies.

(AfroGamers.com) A service like Marvel Unlimited is great because you have access to the publisher’s library of comics. While the recent stuff is from 2018-2019, my main thing is the older stuff. I like to see the root of characters and franchises—even if things tend to end up retconned several times over the decades. What has always caught my attention is the comics anthology series. What Are... [Read more of this review]


5 Underrated Manga Series You Must Read Now. 5 Underrated Manga Series You Must Read Now.

(AfroGamers.com) In manga and anime, there is no shortage of underrated series. The vast majority of the time, these series aren’t underrated, it’s just that people enjoy manga and anime series. A significant amount of people are reading and watching these series and more often than not, they’re consuming multiple series at once. Just because folks aren’t discussing someone’s favorite anime... [Read more of this review]


Panels On Screen: Spider-Man. Panels On Screen: Spider-Man.

(AfroGamers.com) Spider-Man debuted in August 1962 in the fifteenth issue and final issue of the Amazing Fantasy anthology’s first run. The hero would get his own series with The Amazing Spider-Man in March of the following year. His creation came about as a reaction to the success of the Fantastic Four series. Beyond the Marvel Universe’s relationships among characters, all series have roots with... [Read more of this review]


Fist of Legend Is A Film-Worthy Comic. Fist of Legend Is A Film-Worthy Comic.

(AfroGamers.com) Every so often you just come across a comic or manga with a story that really catches you. Probably half the time, that comic was either finished or cancelled. In diving through manhwa I hadn’t read yet I came across one such series. Fist of Legend is a short-lived series created by Lee Jongkyu and illustrated by Lee Yun-Gyun. The series is the pair’s first and only work together... [Read more of this review]


Image Comics and Its Original Big 4. Image Comics and Its Original Big 4.

(AfroGamers.com) When Image Comics launched in 1992, it had probably the most dangerous line-up of writers, pencilers, and inkers of any publisher’s roster at the time. Erik Larsen, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, Marc Silvestri, Whilce Portacio, Jim Valentino, and Todd McFarlane. Besides their creativity, what made this group of founders so lethal is that they could all either write the stories or handle... [Read more of this review]


Top 5 Things That I Loved About The 1990s. Top 5 Things That I Loved About The 1990s.

(Afrogamers.com) To me, the 1990s had it’s ups like my getting my first ever A-B Honor Roll in 5th Grade and it’s lows like my near death experience when I nearly drowned to death during a field trip in pre-school. But the 1990s were also the peak years for black sitcoms like A Different World & In Living Color, but you also had amazing Saturday Morning cartoon shows from The Original Teenage... [Read more of this review]


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