So it turns out that Marvel is replacing Thor with a woman, and replacing Captain America with a Black man (the Falcon).

My response was a profound and introspective “Ehhhhhhhhhhhh.”


Niva finally gets her hands on Onuss!

This is just a quick blurb here to let you know I was interviewed last week over on World Of Black Heroes

In this episode, Niva catches up with Onuss, the alien troublemaker she’s been sent to recover.

Titans|Divinity continues in an episode called “Attack of the Titan Kill-Bots!”

If you’ve ever had to use Adobe Illustrator to set up multiple variations of a single file, then using the “Illustrator Variable Data” feature could save you a lot of time. It’s not very intuitive to set up, though, so I made up this tutorial.

Titans|Divinity: Niva begins her hunting mission.

Just finished up a round of horror movies recently. Honestly these movies end up being comedies for me, since I usually don’t feel much sympathy for the protagonists. Oh well, at least they weren’t “found footage” movies.

So I decided to watch the movie “Her” this weekend. It affected me, but probably in ways the director didn’t mean for it to affect people. Some spoilers follow.

The Titans|Divinity sci-fi comic continues. In this episode, no one gets what they want…

The sci-fi comic Titans|Divinity continues. We finally find out the answer to the question – what the devil is an Ego-Lattice?

Time for another sci-fi episode of the Titans|Divinity saga. This week we introduce the Titan called Niva!

Time for another 3D superhero. This week it’s Batman’s old sidekick Dick Grayson, aka Nightwing!

Episode 2 of last weeks’ Titan’s Divinity comic. Sci-fi action inside!

This is a sci-fi story I’ve had kicking around in my head for years. The Titans are a force of peacekeepers, essentially. I guess a close equivalent would be DC Comics’ Green Lantern Corps, although they Titans are not quite as friendly as the GL’s. They’re very, very far away from Earth, with essentially no hope of ever getting back there, so they have to make do where they are.

There’s a lot of talk going ’round these days about actor Michael B. Jordan, a Black actor, being cast as The Human Torch in the Fantastic Four reboot. The defenders usually jump right to racism as the only reason anyone could have an issue with this. But I think that’s just an easy way for these guys to avoid the real issue.

I wish I could say it was some genius master cracker that tricked Amazon, Apple and Twitter to get into my account, but unfortunately it was just plain carelessness.