Kwanza Osajyefo

White, the Sequel to Black Set 400 Years Later, Coming in Summer 2019

Teased at New York Comic Con, the hit comic Black by Kwanza Osajyefo, Tim Smith 3, Jamal Igle, and Khary Randolph, set in a world in which only Black people have superpowers, which has launched a universe of spinoff titles in the form of Black AF, is getting a proper follow-up next year. Set 400 years after […]

Black AF: Widows and Orphans #2 cover by Tim Smith 3 and Derwin Roberson

Black AF: Widows and Orphans #2 Review – Better, More Focused, with Art Still Gorgeous

Anansi and his apprentice sneak into Russia. The country has begun sequestering its black citizens ever since Negromuerte. That means that our two heroes cannot blend into the crowds. Regardless, they sneak into a warehouse where Russian crime lords are auctioning off superpowered black children. Unfortunately, they cannot save them all; our heroes have their […]

Black AF #2, Dismantlers, and We Are in Danger: Black Mask Comics May 2018 Solicits

Kwanza Osajyefo and Tim Smith bring you Black AF #2: Widows and Orphans. Plus, new series Dismantlers and We Are in Danger launch. These come to you through Black Mask Comics' May 2018 solicits. Details below. MAR181230 DISMANTLERS #1 CVR A WOODS (MR) (W) Aria Baci (A/CA) Ashley A. Woods In a galaxy where terraforming is the most common form of real estate development, […]


Kwanza Osajyefo And Tim Smith 3's 'Black' Is Heading To The Big Screen

Black, the comic book series created by Kwanza Osajyefo and Tim Smith 3 about a world where only black people have superpowers, is the latest to fulfill its comic book destiny by getting optioned for a movie by Studio 8. Mixing social commentary with classic superhero action and drama, the series, named one of six […]

How A Failure At DC Comics Led To 'Black' by Kwanza Osajyefo

2000 DC: Black To The Future – How eschewing the establishment allowed me focus on what was is missing and what matters in making comics. By Kwanza Johnson, professionally known as Kwanza Osajyefo. What if only Black people had superpowers? The question hung in my mind as I thumbed through some comics, wrestling with the notion […]