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BGN Film Review: ‘Black Panther’ – Marvel’s Greatest Accomplishment

The title of this movie review may seem hyperbolic to some, but trust me when I say that Marvel has created a masterpiece with Black Panther. I plan to keep this review spoiler-free and leave out details, because I want you to go in with fresh eyes and experience this the same way I...

Black Girl Nerds Exclusive: Black Lightning’s Marvin “Krondon” Jones III on the complexities of Tobias Whale, the man and the villain

So, Black Lightning has been killing it every week since its premiere. While I love the incredible Pierce family, there is another person who you should pay very close attention to. As one of the few media outlets on set for a visit, Black Girl Nerds was granted an exclusive sit down with the...

‘Batman and The Signal’ Issue #1 Review

I’ve been a Scott Snyder Fangirl for a really long time. It probably doesn’t make me the most objective of reviewers when it comes to his work, but I stand by my flailing for him. I’ve met him at cons and heard him speak at several events, and I’m always impressed with his thoughtfulness...

DC in D.C. Event is a win for everybody!

This weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the inaugural DC in D.C. pop culture event. Here, many Executives, comic book writers, creators, Executive producers, actors and more from the world of DC Comics and Warner Bros. Television were able to join forces in Washington D.C. to discuss some poignant topics, debut the world...

‘Black Lightning’ boldly addresses race and community issues head on in its premiere, “The Resurrection.”

Welcome Black Lightning, a show that addresses race, family, police brutality, gun violence, drugs and sexuality in our community, written for us, by us, and in our own voices! Unique to The CW's current Superhero lineup, Black Lightning manages to do something that hasn’t been done on this network's genre roster before: discuss race head-on....

Lois Lane Goes Black For a Day: A Look at Racism and Cultural Appropriation With Superman’s Journalist Lover — BGN Opinion

While Superman and Lois Lane may be beloved superhero characters, they're not exempt from racism and cultural appropriation. Read on for more on Black Girl Nerds!

Issue #0 Manga Review of Mikel Miles ‘Her Impact’

Volume 0 of Her impact by Mikel Miles and a slew of talented artists (Digitkame, Sukma Agustriyana, Joe Sketch, and Deo Keo) is a decent start to a story about a bi-racial single mother who trades the cooperate life for boxing gloves. It's heart is in the right place, but the problems lie within...

Interview with Ryan Sands of Marvel’s “Runaways”

If you've been on Twitter and various social media sites this past season, you'll be familiar with the runaway hit television show Runaways (yes I know it's corny but I couldn't resist). Runaways is the newest Marvel series in their franchise lineup, but unlike The Punisher, DareDevil and Jessica Jones, Runaways airs weekly on...

Rogue and Gambit #1 Review: Gambit STAYS Being Thirsty

One of my favorite couples in Marvel comics have their own book and let me tell you the chemistry between Remy LeBeau (Gambit) and Rogue is palpable! The comic opens with a panel snapshot of Gambit and Rogue's history which spans over a couple of decades.  These two have been through a myriad of...
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