Regardless of all the hype and negativity surrounding the Gary Coleman in his later years, I liked him. I especially liked him as a child actor. Later in his life he just seemed like a guy who was trying to find his place in the world. You can't blame him for that. He had multiple medical problems and just seemed to have a hard time of it.
Anyway, did you know he had an animated series? He even had super powers sort of. The series was titled The Gary Coleman Show and lasted for one season. In it he played an angel that came down to earth to help people. Check it out:
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Black Superhero stories from around the web:
- World Welcomes Makmende -Kenyan Super Hero
- Black Lightning and Me
- Marvel Developing Low-Budget Superhero Movies?
- Obama-Man: Is the new American president Africa’s long-awaited superhero?
- Kid Flicks: The Meteor Man (1993)
- strongest black superhero's?
- John Singleton Set to Direct Miniseries 'The Gray Men'
- Jack Kirby originally drew the Black Panther as wearing a mask that did not cover his entire face
- Black Muslim / Nation of Islam super-heroes, villains, and other characters
- The Most Erotic Rendition Of The Spider-Man Theme Ever Performed
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Luke Cage used to go by the name Power Man. Now Marvel Comics is releasing a new teen-aged Superhero that will go by the same name. He will even be operating in a similar fashion by becoming a Hero for Hire over the Internet. You can read an article about it here. Check it out then come back here and tell us what you think.