jchansdesigns:

Terry Ewald Photography
MUAH: Cha Cha Romero
Headdress: Rae Beth Designs
Wardrobe: J-Chan’s Designs
Model: Stonie D

Reblogged from Corner Store Press

sourcedumal:

dynastylnoire:

oldnerdybasterd:

T’Challa the Black Panther

cosplayer Sean Shaw

Saturday May 31, 2014 Long Beach Comic Expo

Long Beach California

everyone go home. it’s over. he wins everything

Yes. Look at God…

Reblogged from Impeccably Flawed
jhameia:

gofashionforward:

We are excited to announce our newest project, a steampunk adventure entitled “The Invention of E.J. Whitaker.” Set in 1901, the story centers around Ada, a brilliant young inventor, who very quickly finds herself on a journey full of mystery, romance and danger when her latest invention begins to garner national attention. 


More details to come! 


Created by: Shawnee´Gibbs & Shawnelle Gibbs

Art by: Mark Hernandez
http://www.ejwhitaker.com

OH! Gibbs Sisters on TUMBLR? WELL HELLO LADIES!

jhameia:

gofashionforward:

We are excited to announce our newest project, a steampunk adventure entitled “The Invention of E.J. Whitaker.” Set in 1901, the story centers around Ada, a brilliant young inventor, who very quickly finds herself on a journey full of mystery, romance and danger when her latest invention begins to garner national attention. 



More details to come! 



Created by: Shawnee´Gibbs & Shawnelle Gibbs


Art by: Mark Hernandez


http://www.ejwhitaker.com

OH! Gibbs Sisters on TUMBLR? WELL HELLO LADIES!

Near Kin: A Collection of Words and Art Inspired by Octavia Estelle Butler

samueldelany:

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Near Kin explores, questions, and pays tribute the multifaceted brilliance of Octavia Butler’s work through poetry, prose and essays by writers all over the world. Among these works are:

There’s the question over a writer’s reasons for self-censorship and what it means to the future of racial survival in Alexis Pauline Gumb’s astounding essay “A Litany for Survivor.” Lenard D. Moore, Wanda Vanhoy Smith, Deborah L. Warner, and Marieta Maglas pay tribute to Butler the writer with their works “Charisma,” “Octavia’s Brood and Vision,” “Identity,” and “Terzenalle for Octavia Estelle Butler.”

Alex Hernandez, Carol Wysinger, M. Justine Gerard, and Meghan Elison take inspiration from Butler’s near/post-apocalyptic life-and-death scenarios in their stories, “A Thing With Soft Bonds,” “In the Beginning,” “Small Talk,” and “Dys-Mytopia.”

Helene Cardona, Charie D La Marr, and Janani Balasubramanian touch on the themes of kinship and motherhood in “The Measure of Death,” “Sweet Autumn, and “My Mother Has Wombs in Her Feet That Will Not Close.”

Linda Ravenswood, Dave Scriven, Joy KMT, Diane Quinones, and Apryl Skies discuss humanity’s violent and indelible interactions with the natural world in “The Saint of the Unknown Universe,” “There is Nothing Inconsistent,” “Autonomous,” “Wisdom’s Path,” and “Immortal Kyn.”

Cacy Fogenie, Soraya Jean-Louise McElroy, Fabiola Jean-Louise, Lance Tooks, Roju, and Marissa Lafferty have contributed amazing paintings and illustrations inspired by Butler’s work: “Justus”, “In A Dream”, “Birth of a Seed”, “Kindred”, “Eternal”, and “Space Lady”

The brilliant Walidah Imarisha has a piece in it, as well.

Reblogged from POC-CREATORS
nudiemuse:

thewitchesofmisspelled:

Watch MisSpelled and tell us what you think! We LOVE to hear from you!
Promologue
First Episode
Reblog if you like and share with your friends!!!!

YASSSSS

nudiemuse:

thewitchesofmisspelled:

Watch MisSpelled and tell us what you think! We LOVE to hear from you!

Promologue

First Episode

Reblog if you like and share with your friends!!!!

YASSSSS

Reblogged from Actual Black Person.

bana05:

centrumlumina:

This is part of the 2014 AO3 ship stats. For a guide to what each column means, click here.

This list shows the 100 most popular relationship tags on AO3. There are 3 F/F pairings, 23 F/M, 3 Gen and 71 M/M.

Of the 200 names, 29 belong to women - down from 32 this time last year. 11 of the 200 names are POC, compared with 11 last year.

Only one ship featuring a black woman and no ships featuring Asian women? And isn’t Attack on Titan anime? Wouldn’t that make them Japanese and not white? Either way, Fandom staying beige and basic basic, I see.

Reblogged from Inspiration Vortex

diversityinfilmtv:

Hello!

Lindsey McDowell has produced and stars in a web series about five women who mysteriously get powers, become witches and have to cope with each other and the forces that lie among them. We debuted our first episode and wanted to link it to you in hopes you’ll check it out!

The show features all WOC! Our stars are Gabriela Banus (Nina), Chelsea Jones (Quinn), Carina Perez (Stella), Vyvy Nguyen (Emma) and Lindsey McDowell (Gladys).

if you like, please share with the community! Check us out on Tumblr! www.thewitchesofmisspelled.tumblr.com

All the best!

annathepiper:


Kendis Thompson of Seattle thinks she’s as normal as the next computer geek, and up till now, she’s been right. But her world is about to turn on its ear, for she is the daughter of a Seelie Court mage and her mortal husband–and her faerie blood is awakening. Suddenly the city she’s known all her life is transforming before her eyes. Trolls haunt the bike trails. Fairies and goblins run loose in the streets. An old woman who is not what she seems and a young wanderer running from his past stand ready to defend Seattle–and Kendis–from magical assault. She will need those allies, for the power rising within her is calling her fey kin to the Emerald City to find her. And kill her.

Faerie Blood, the first book of my urban fantasy series The Free Court of Seattle, is on sale for the entire month of July! 99 cents wherever ebooks are sold, and I’m waiving all shipping charges for orders of print copies! Please come visit this post on my site, and if you’re so inclined, spread the word with reblogs!

annathepiper:

Kendis Thompson of Seattle thinks she’s as normal as the next computer geek, and up till now, she’s been right. But her world is about to turn on its ear, for she is the daughter of a Seelie Court mage and her mortal husband–and her faerie blood is awakening. Suddenly the city she’s known all her life is transforming before her eyes. Trolls haunt the bike trails. Fairies and goblins run loose in the streets. An old woman who is not what she seems and a young wanderer running from his past stand ready to defend Seattle–and Kendis–from magical assault. She will need those allies, for the power rising within her is calling her fey kin to the Emerald City to find her. And kill her.

Faerie Blood, the first book of my urban fantasy series The Free Court of Seattle, is on sale for the entire month of July! 99 cents wherever ebooks are sold, and I’m waiving all shipping charges for orders of print copies! Please come visit this post on my site, and if you’re so inclined, spread the word with reblogs!

Tags: books fantasy

artistic-annihilation:

spiritscraft:

storiesandconjure:

carkusarose:

thewitchesofmisspelled:

The season premiere is HERE! “WitchBitch

eeeek! yay.

HOMGGGG AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

YESSSSS!!!!!

YESSSSSSSSSS I’VE WAITED SO LONG. 

Reblogged from The Goddamazon

blackfolksmakingcomics:

Why don’t we talk about Kevin Grevioux as much as we should? 

Here we have an actor, stuntman, producer, and creator. Mr. Grevioux created the Underworld series of films for Columbia Pictures and starred as Raze. He also created a pair of comic houses, Astonishing Studios and DarkStorm Studios and has written a number of titles including New Warriors for Marvel. While at Marvel, he also created Adam Brashear, the Blue Marvel, who is now a core member of the Mighty Avengers. He also voiced the sinister Black Beetle on Young Justice: Invasion. A theatrical film adaptation of another one of his comic creations, I, Frankenstein, is set to be released later this month. 

Definitely someone who should be on your creative radar.