Episode 2 of THE COMICS FU SHOW was stacked. Along with talking Venom and comics of the 90’s, Special Guest Sifu José Figueroa took us on a journey that ranged from the birth of Hip-hop and break dancing through independent production to behind the scenes at Shang Chi. #kungfu #hiphop #rocksteadycrew #breakdancing #martialarts #latinoheritage #latinxheritage #taijiquan #oralhistory #loureed #blacksaltfilm #blacksalt #marvelcomics #venom #taichi #hunga #martialarts
Included for your reading enjoyment, an expanding list of the articles I have written
I’ve committed to so many activities over this summer, I’ve had little chance to spend time writing more than a caption or post. My blog has been quiet as a result. I am so out of practice I neglected to […]
Originally published by KungFuMagazine.com on July 2, 2019 this review of Spider-Man: Far From Home also features that time Spider-Man visited Hong Kong.
This article was originally written for and featured by KungFuMagazine.com on June 6, 2019. I’ve included it here as this piece is one of my most autobiographical works to date. You see, it was The Phoenix that turned me into a true comic book collector.
A #TBT review (or travelog) of a long overdue trip to the Charles M. Schulz museum & research center; with photos.
Check out THE ZOOMQUILT! An infinitely zooming work of collaborative surrealism.
“I’m as American as it gets.” Superman, as played by British actor Henry Cavill, says to the African American General Swanwick, towards the end of Man of Steel (2013). It’s not the best line in the movie; that line is saved, appropriately, for Lois […]