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Blackest Friday

Black Friday is upon us! People love to buy things! Let’s do it up! No time to talk! Get black!

Black Panther! (actually a page from Avengers issue 179)

Black Bolt! (actually Fantastic Four issue 46, Italian edition iFantastici Quattro)

That scary black lantern guy who kicked-off the events of Blackest Night which may or may not have happened now that the universe has been rebooted or renumbered or whatever the hell. Whatever. I’m sure this dude will be around.

Black Hole! This is actually a good deal! Buy this now!

Back to the Black Bolt! Now, ridiculously expensive!

Black Cat! This one actually makes a pretty nice gift. Humberto Ramos art. People love it.

Black cat is bad luck, bad guys wear black
Musta been a white guy who started all that
(Make the Gas Face!) For those little white lies
– 3rd Bass “The Gas Face”

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WHO IS BLACK PANTHER?? Volume 1 and 2

So I just finished watching season 1 of Marvel Knights Black Panther animated series. The series was developed by Reginald Hudlin and John Romita Jr. The series is awesome, at least I think so. It combines motion comic animation with regular animation done by Titmouse Studios. The show even boasts an allstar cast featuring Djimon Hounsou, Jill Scott, Kerry Washington, Alfre Woodard and Stan Lee. I never read Black Panther comics before but this is the best place to start. abstractedmind is selling both volume 1&2 of the origin of Black Panther. I recommend checking it out its a pretty good read. Then maybe Netflix the first season.

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WuTang Milkcrate Athletics Gza Liquid Swords T-shirt

I know some of you might be wondering why I posted this t-shirt and what possible relationship could it have with comics? Well I will tell you. Back in 1995 when the Gza dropped the Liquid Swords I completely lost my mind. The album was amazing from beginning to end. Even the artwork was awesome, but I never knew who did it. When the album was completed the Gza’s manager hired D.C.Milestone artist Denys Cowan to draw the cover. Cowan was one of the few African American comic artists around. He has worked on a number of major titles from Spiderman, Superman, The Flash and Black Panther. Cowan was responsible for starting D.C.Milestone, an imprint label of D.C. Comics which featured other up and coming African American artists. girlsdoitincursive is selling this awesome Milkcrate Athletics shirt that features Cowan’s famous artwork for Liquid Swords. One last word be on the look put for Liquid Swords II:The Return of the Shadowboxer who knows you might find the vinyl on Vinyl Noize.


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