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The State of African Superhero Comics Today

The world of comics is ever-evolving, and one of the most exciting developments in recent years has been the rise of African superhero comics. From powerful new heroes to richly woven narratives that draw on the continent’s diverse cultures, African comics significantly impact audiences locally and globally. The superhero genre has firmly established itself within …

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Zebra Comics: Nurturing Young Minds with Illustrated African Tales

Children’s illustrated stories are not merely books filled with colorful pictures; they are windows to a world of imagination, learning, and growth. Within the vast realm of children’s literature, African stories stand out for their rich cultural tapestry and timeless lessons. These tales, steeped in tradition and wisdom, offer young readers an opportunity to explore …

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The Best African Webtoons

About a decade ago, webtoons were not considered to be as valuable as traditional comics or webcomics. This was especially true for African comics as many Africans did not know about the webtoon format and consequently, there weren’t many African webtoon productions available on the market. Ten years later, the webtoon format has become so …

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Moments in African History that are Great for Comics Creation

For as long as storytelling has existed, history has always been a mine from where storytellers can draw inspiration for their stories. From television to film passing through literature and music, history has always been a place of choice when it comes to creation of stories and entertainment. History recounts past events and these events …

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Violence in African Comics

It should be clear by now that wondering if there is violence in comics is like wondering if superheroes ever punch villains. Comics are about storytelling, and whoever says storytelling says conflict. Conflict is an essential ingredient for great storytelling. Without conflict, it is difficult or even impossible to enjoy a story. This is because …

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What Is It Like To Work For An African Comic Book Company? An Interview With Achidi Ajaga

Go to the streets of any city in Africa and ask random people in what industries they will like to pursue a career. I bet you, not many of them will mention a desire to work for a comic book production company. This is not necessarily because comic book publishing companies do not exist in …

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Sports Comics from Africa

In the world of entertainment, sports occupy a position that few other domains can even dream of occupying. From football (soccer), to basketball, passing through tennis and cycling, professional sports continue to sustain a lot of attention from fans across the world. This is particularly the case because sports are very entertaining and they keep …

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Upcoming Comic Book-Inspired Movies in 2023: What to Expect

Are you a fan of comic book movies? If so, get ready for an exciting year ahead! 2023 promises to be a year packed with action-packed movies inspired by some of our favourite comic book heroes and villains. From iconic characters like Aquaman and Spider-Man to lesser-known characters like Kraven and Blue Beetle, there’s something …

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