Black Super Heroes are few and far between. this weekend in ATL; a Black Super Hero takes the stage, to the delight of anime fans everywhere.
"Brotherman the Dictator of Discipline"
Check Out this interview with the Brothermen Behind Brotherman. this was filmed in the early 90's as Brotherman was introduced on CBS News - This is Part.1
The Black Man Film Festival will be Presenting a talk with the authors and designers of Brotherman; as well as special clips from the upcoming film release - "Brotherman the Dictator of Discipline"
for those of you who don't know about Brotherman, he's been around in the comic book realm for quite a while. he is the brainchild of a talented group of African American artists and cartoonists. Brotherman is a District Attorney by Day and a Crime Fighter by night. quite a combination for a Blackman.
The Storylines and lessons metted out by Brotherman are life enriching examples of Good vs. Evil.
Today's Short Chat with Brother Yemi focuses on the History of the Festival and of course Brotherman and his creators.
BROTHERMAN: DICTATOR OF DISCIPLINE
Directed by Dawud AnyabwileA profile of the Black comics hero. Created by Dawud Anyabwile and his brother Guy A. Sims. With independent sales of 750,000 books, "Brotherman" is shattering stereotypes of Black people and inspiring a generation of young Black artists and entreprenuers to pursue their dreams in comics and animation.
Comics Showcase - 30 mins
Remember When Brotherman Was Introduced On the Arsenio Hall Show in 1990?