Somebody tell me: Is THE PROWLER as DOPE as it looks?

 So I vaguely remember seeing this cover to The Prowler #1 in stores and thinking the art was nice-looking... but I was only mildly tempted to look at it, let alone buy the thing.  Fast-forward today. After spotting "story so far" page from the preview to issue 2 below, which lays out the premise of the series... I am FIENDING to read this shit!

A couple preview pages from the next issue of Genndy Tartakovsky's CAGE!

 So Genndy Tartakovsky's doing that thing he does with Power Man in the second issue of CAGE! Here's a couple pages I snatched from the internets...

"Wakanda is not just a country. Wakanda is a nation." Ta-Nehisi Coates, in a dope Q+A at Amalgam Comics

In case you missed it, here's an awesome Q & A with award-winning scribe Ta-Nehisi Coates, emceed by veteran comics illustrator Eric Battle and hosted at Amalgam Comics in Philly, brought to you by the fine folks at ReelBlack.

In stores TODAY --- BLACK PANTHER #8

 Current events got you down, fam?  I hear you... Just do what I did: Roll to the comic shop and cop something to read... like the latest issue of Black Panther...  

Peep this dope live-action/animated hip hop video STRANGE TECHNOLOGY by L'orange + Lif

Surrounded on all sides as I am these days by people who want to evoke the spirit of Seduction of the Innocent for their own purposes (whether it's black intellectual analysis of Luke Cage, or feminist hatred of Frank Cho), I generally take the position that objectionable funny book characters are not gonna kill you.  Whether you agree or disagree, you need to peep this video for Strange Technology by L'orange and Mr. Lif (f/Akrobatik & Gonjasufi).  Just because...

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