Skip Beat!: The Mother That Nobody Wants, But That We All Need To See And Hear

Are you a "Skip Beat!" fan? Check out how one Black Girl Nerd breaks down the new shift in point of view in the manga and its importance on the representation of women, here on Black Girl Nerds!

BGN Film Review: Girls Trip

  By: DaVette See  Let’s cut to the chase: Girls Trip is the summer party movie you’ve been waiting for.  It flat out delivers all the fun, all the heart, and all of the wild alcohol-infused revelries that you’d hope for in a movie about four girlfriends who have been apart for too long to get together...

BGN Wizard World: Writing Compelling Science Fiction Panel

Conventions are fun because of the vastly different experiences you can have over just a few days. Attend a Q & A with some of your favorite actors, meet your favorite comic book artist, and get some things signed, then attend a panel with professionals exploring the craft of story making. It's all there...

“Star Wars: The Screaming Citadel” — BGN Comic Review

Check out the latest comic book review for Marvel's "Star Wars: The Screaming Citadel Review" here on Black Girl Nerds

Blerd City Con Coming to the Dumbo Spot

Get ready New York City! BLERD City Con is about to bring a revolutionary event to the historic Dumbo Spot in New York, NY -- and you're going to want to grab your tickets soon. BLERD City is an innovative, unique, creative, and challenging celebration of the Black community and all the glorious nerdiness held within....

Cosplaying and Otherness

  By Rodi Brown I remember the first time I cosplayed. I used to frequent anime conventions or more specifically Anime Expo in Los Angeles. Nearly every year of the five years I attended, I cosplayed. Cosplaying is essentially when a fan of a show/book/movie/etc dresses up as a character from that work. My third year...

What American Gods Taught Me about Being an Entrepreneur

By Shaun Taylor   Joe Shuster. Does the name sound familiar? It should be since he was one of the creators of Superman. What about Stan Lee? Ah! Now that is a household name. The difference is relevancy! Stan Lee continues to exist based on his fans, his tribe, and his believers. Celebrities, business owners, and religious...

Chase Your Dreams

Written by: Chloe Hill A bold statement, but an important one. I've been living long enough to tell you for a fact that it isn't easy. Dreams don't just come together on their own, nor will someone just put all you need at your feet. Not to mention how time gets away from you. It...

Check Out the Video for Immigrants (We Get The Job Done) from the Hamilton Mixtape

  Last December, Lin-Manuel Miranda blessed us with the Hamilton Mixtape. The album contained songs from the musical covered or remixed by various artists as well as songs inspired by the Hamilton musical. The track "Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)" is more in the inspired by category. The song is based on a line...

Geeks OUT Announces 3rd Annual Flame Con

Flame Con, created by LGBTQ+ non-profit Geeks OUT, is announcing its third annual expo on August 19 and 20, at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott. Flame Con is New York City's first and only queer comic con, featuring hundreds of creators exhibiting queer-positive comics, arts, crafts, clothes, and entertainment. It is open to all ages...
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