This group is for writers, artists and fans of BLACK SUPERHEROES who are seeking a place to display new heroes, new mythologies and new action concerning heroes of the black persuasion. It will also serve as a forum to discuss the history and current plight of the black superhero...asking the ever poignant question...where do we go from here?

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  • Check out Konkret Comics Presents Genesis: Year Two by Konkret Comics on @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/konkretcomics/konkret-comics-p...
    Konkret Comics Presents Genesis: Year Two
    Konkret Comics has returned! Akolyte, Odina and Absolver make a glorious comeback, and a new hero, Andy Starboy, joins our universe.
    • I really liked Akolyte so I picked up this month's Kickstarter. hoping to see good things from this group.
  • Hi, My name is Derek Davis. I am a writer with a bit of computer graphics skills. About a year ago I began creating a project on young people with paranormal abilities that are being led to become superheroes in a modern-day housing project. Their abilities are based on ancient Afro-centric philosophies. This means their abilities come for innate spiritual concepts, not chemical accidents, radioactive mishaps, or beastlike mutations. It not that I don't love these other superheroes. I just wanted to try a different twist. Maybe everyone is on the verge of a supernatural awakening. A free digital copy of my first issue is available at http://www.indyplanet.com/davis-kuumba-arts-llc.
    Davis Kuumba Arts LLC | IndyPlanet
  • Who are your favorite indie black heroes?
  • HI peeps! My name is Onaji and I am a writer and creator with Konkret Comics. We just recently had our first comic signing at Amalgam comic book shop in Philadelphia. Please feel free to check out our comic book line up with our super heroes. We also have a package deal on the books.
    https://www.konkretcomics.com/blank-page-3
    Comic Books | Konkret comics
  • https://afropunk.com/2019/04/black-utopia-the-funkadelic-art-of-ped...
    BLACK UTOPIA: THE FUNKADELIC ART OF PEDRO BELL | AFROPUNK
    Saluting Pedro Bell, the mastermind artist behind a set of Funkadelic album covers which helped create a new world.
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