I have another video that may interest you. This one is pretty topical, given that the trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi was recently released. This time, we have an in depth discussion about the black character Finn and where he may be going. Don’t miss this one. Take a look at the video by clicking the link below.
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I’ve added yet another video to my collection of videos, Green Lantern John Stewart fans. This time, I discuss John Stewart’s unsurprisingly abysmal role in the comic series Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps. Check out my thoughts by clicking the vid below!
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My original comic series Zatswan: Multiversal Guardian keeps on trucking. Join African American cosmic hero A.C. Cooper in his reality hopping escapades by clicking the image above, or this link right HERE.
Zatswan was created largely because of my desire to see better roles for black characters in escapist fiction. None of this ancillary stuff characters like John Stewart are so often relegated to. If that sounds appealing to you, be sure to check the comic out and share it with others!
Welcome back to GreenLantern.Co, Green Lantern John Stewart fans. In the latest video, I explain exactly why I hate the Justice League character Cyborg. Check it out below:
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Zatswan: Multiversal Guardian received another update today, which you can check out by clicking the above image. Things are really starting to heat up! If you’re a fan of Green Lantern John Stewart, and aren’t content with how DC sees and uses the character, be sure to check out Zatswan at Zatswan.Com. All the frustrating elements plaguing John Stewart are not present in my Zatswan series. The comic updates on Sundays and Wednesdays, and keep an eye on the site other days to catch new articles.
I’m back atcha’ with another video, Green Lantern John Stewart fan. This time, I put out my feelings on why I believe DC Comics and Marvel frequently fail when it comes to diversity. I’ll let the video speak for itself:
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It’s Wednesday, which means my comic series Zatswan: Multiversal Guardian has updated. Check out the developing adventures of A.C. Cooper by clicking the image above, or this link right here: http://zatswan.com/.
If you’re a Green Lantern John Stewart fan, Zatswan is right up your alley. I created it to be better than both Green Lantern and John Stewart. With Zatswan, you won’t have to worry about the hero competing with about 15 other characters for a shred of spotlight, or him being pushed way behind a bunch of white characters. Check back at Zatswan.Com this coming Sunday for another update.
The new website Zatswan.Com has launched, along with my series Zatswan: Multiversal Guardian, a comic book of cosmic proportions. If you aren’t content with how DC Comics has handled Green Lantern John Stewart, this is the comic for you. See the promotional video below:
Seven pages of the first chapter are currently posted on the site, and there will be updates every Sunday and Wednesday with new pages.
To find out more about this new series, check out the About page:
“Looking back on my history with Green Lantern, I can describe it as frustrating. Reading the comics was often annoying, and I found the fandom instantly hostile. Many of the fans seemed to hate John Stewart and the fact that he was on the Justice League show, as they believed one of the numerous white incarnations of Green Lantern to be more worthy and fitting for the spot.”
If you’re curious about some of the Zatswan characters, there is information about them on the Characters page.
“A.C. Cooper is at a crossroads in life, where he can choose to keep trying to make his current situation work, or surrender himself to an outrageous adventure by becoming Zatswan, a mighty cosmic warrior who keeps peace throughout various parallel universes.”
If you don’t feel like waiting for pages of Zatswan to be posted, you can read the whole first chapter by going to the Store and purchasing a .pdf file of the complete chapter. There are also music tracks from Zatswan Perfect Selection (heard in Zatswan videos) there for download.
Zatswan.Com has a neat segment called “Black Character Showcase” where I discuss and rate various black characters in science fiction and fantasy entertainment. We start things out with Harlan Band from the Nickelodeon show Space Cases. Click on the link below to read more.
“I wouldn’t at all be surprised if Harlan was originally conceived as a white character, or just a race-less character. Not that anything is wrong with any of that. I just want to point out that I imagine this is a case of us (science fiction/fantasy fans who like seeing black characters in strong roles) getting enormously lucky rather than the production setting out to “make a difference,” as in the case of a show like Static Shock. Harlan’s “blackness” is never once mentioned and is always a non-issue, which, for me, is perfectly fine.”
“I created Zatswan largely because I was tired of that. Instead of just being frustrated and complaining, I decided to take control. After many years of being left out and let down, I realize the only sure path to fulfillment for people who want to see what I do, is for them to be involved in the production process with key decision making roles. That doesn’t just mean writers, but also the people who approve what is written and decide the direction of a project.”