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first_img ‘Cannon Busters’ Is The Black Anime We’ve Been Waiting…‘Dolemite Is My Name’ Trailer Shows Bawdy Blaxploitation Biopic Low key I think Geek.com has some of the best Black History Month coverage on the entire internet. For actual years we’ve been highlighting cool intersections of Black people and Geek culture. Whether it’s iconic Black comic book villains and heroes (including a little guy you may have heard of called Black Panther), history lessons on African-American contributions to the video game industry, or an excuse to make Oprah Winfrey the top image of a story, we hope we’ve entertained and enlightened you with geek stories you may never have considered. And if you missed some of Geek.com’s past Black History Month coverage, here are all of our stories in one convenient post.Enjoy!Reggie Fils-Aime, Famous Black Nintendo of America President, Retires This April‘Horror Noire’ Continues Scariest Black History Month YetShout Out to Black Women in ‘Apex Legends’Alfonso “Carlton” Ribeiro, Along With Everyone Else, Sues Epic Over ‘Fortnite’ DancesGoogle Earth Takes You On ‘Voyage Through Black History’‘Shaft’ Reboot Trailer Unites Three Generations of Badass Investigators‘Black Panther’ Best Picture Nod Brings Oscars Into MCUIs Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ A Secret Disney Remake?Sorry To Bother You And Other Black Animal AnalogiesWe Played Games and Shared Wisdom at the Game Devs of Color Expo 2018Donald Glover’s Deadpool Script Was Too Black To ExistGEEK PICK OF THE DAY: The Ultimate Clap Back is Cards Against Black TwitterThe Latest in Black People at GDC 2018Ava DuVernay’s Warrior Journey to A Wrinkle in TimeKwanza Osajyefo on Writing the Most Powerful Person on Earth in Black AF: America’s SweetheartWhat if only black people had superpowers? That dream (or nightmare depending on who you ask) is the premise of the world of BLACK, the comic book series written by Kwanza Osajyefo, and we talked to him about it.Reggie Fils-Aime and Our Other Favorite Black Nintendo CharactersNothing but respect for our Black Nintendo president.Dandara Flip Turns Metroidvanias Upside DownWhat other Metroidvania is going to let you jump your way through a world of salt as a legendary Brazilian anti-slavery rebel?Prepare For Wakanda With Rise of the Black PantherYou saw the movie, know read the comic about how T’Challa rose to power.Put Debra Wilson in More Video GamesEnough of the Nolan North and Troy Bakers of the video game voice-acting world.11 Other Black Superheroes That Deserve Their Own MoviesBlack Panther was just the beginning.Tee Franklin on Bingo Love’s Golden Graphic Novel RomanceBingo Love is about queer, old, Black, women. And it’s one of the smartest and most touching graphic novels we’ve read in years.MovieBob Reviews: BLACK PANTHER (2018)If you haven’t seen Black Panther yet, what are you waiting for?Can Black Lightning Make Me Care About CW’s DC TV Universe?Is Black Lightning good even if the Arrowverse does nothing for you?Black Panther is Mainstream, and That’s Okay!Black Panther is ultimately a Disney product, which makes its radicalism all the more worth celebrating.Baha Men is the Black Smash Mouth and It’s Time to Admit ItThe most important piece of music criticism of our time.Look, But Don’t Touch, in Hair NahThis game’s lesson is simple, so white people will understand. Don’t touch my hair.Black Manta Can Save The DCEUBlack Manta could be amazing if DC realizes what they have.Game of the Year: Mafia IIILet’s celebrate a video game about racism that’s not a complete embarrassment.Thank Jerry Lawson for the Nintendo SwitchNintendo’s new console is the latest example of this unsung gaming pioneer’s legacy.Playing ‘We Are Chicago’ is Almost Like Living ThereThis new adventure game takes an empathetic look at the Windy City.Static Shock is the Best Black Spider-ManMiles Morales is a close second.Adult Swim’s Black Comedy RenaissanceSome of the best Black comedies of the past decade premiered on the late-night network.Game of the Year: Def Jam IconRappers are the true street fighters.Storm’s Importance to the X-Men UniverseStorm’s presence is strong, and she continues to be a focal point for mutant and female leadership and strength within Marvel lore.Ryan Coogler Refresher: Get to Know Black Panther’s DirectorCoogler’s past movies give us hope for his vision of Wakanda.Game of the Year: Black College Football: BCFX: The XperienceFight the Madden monopoly.Get Ready for Get Out With These Black Horror MoviesI see white people.via Marvel ComicsYou Need to Know Isaiah BradleyDespite the tragic life of Isaiah Bradley, the Black Captain America, his legacy lives on all throughout the Marvel Universe.MovieBob Reviews: Get OutThis is the best movie that’s come out so far this year. Go see it.Next year look out for our retrospective on why 1970s funky Black spy parody Undercover Brother, based on a web cartoon creator by Oscar-winning 12 Years A Slave writer John Ridley of all people, is an underrated masterpiece. Eddie Griffin! Dave Chappelle! Billy Dee Williams as fake Colin Powell! Neil Patrick Harris as the affirmative action hire! Chris Kattan as the white villain!!!Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img

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