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What Time is it?

This is Not the End

Cruz is doing his share of epic science fiction adventures. For the most part, they tend to be visually stunning and thoughtful. I'm not sure if it's the concept or the dream-like music that pulls me towards this movie. Either way, I want to see this!

Self-Contained and awesome!

htp (peace)

One of my favorite creators is doing his thing! A bunch of years ago, I corresponded with this brotha via Hero Talk. His work was entitled Bounty-X, and his style was distinctive and awesome.

Over at Black Science Fiction Society, Nakiwa-oobake dropped episodes one and two of Bounty-X Minddar. Bounty-X is probably one of the most self-contained, immersive worlds I have had the pleasure of experiencing. I'm looking forward to more. Take a look at episode one.

Pure Coolness on the Horizon!


The Network I wanna watch!


A Book of Ages



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C. Triplin on May 24, 2009

Hetepu, Atef. Retro-KM was great, man. I read this story like Skah and his group are us now and the people of Ta-Amenta are us in the future. Or is Skah, his group, and the people of Ta-Amenta us from the times before the us of now and just a link in the chain of our collective ancestral memory? It is good to see us in the future where we smash down on the enemy and have come to our Afrakan senses, some of us. It was also good that you presented the idea of bringing what is broken and spread apart back to one, instead of fighting those endless battles with a seemingly spiritless enemy (or that enemy within us: lack of emotional control). Got to maintain Men-Ab! I am on the path to living the Afrakan way. Your writing helped me along this path. Edward Uzzle, Asante. Keep doing what it is that you do, Atef! Hetepu.

Wunganayi (A Shona name, which means gather together and attack a common problem)

Oh, this is an excellent reflection on the culture of the enemy: "New America. Fantasy capital of the world. Where virtual families, empty hearts, and stolen souls are the norm. The land of the sleep walkers. It's all here. He who gathers the most things at the expense of his own humanity wins. Life here is a media driven event" (Uzzle 1997:158).