Take a look below at some of our favorite Black cartoon characters that broke racial barriers when it came to showing our proper place in the world of animation.
Boseman's final appearance as King T'Challa AKA The Black Panther took place in Disney Plus' new What If...? series, and fans are celebrating the moment on social media.
This self-taught Black multidisciplinary contemporary artist, B. Robert Moore, dropped the first merchandise and art release of a mental health awareness series through these noteworthy and iconic cartoons.
Today in 1906, the first-ever animated film recorded on standard picture film was released. In honor of cartoon-lovers, we have compiled a list of animated series that have transformed and transcended animated history throughout the years. Here's a list of the top, longest-running animated series to date.
Keke Palmer covers InStyle Magazine in a gorgeous spread of photos celebrating being authentically Black. The true gem is a young photographer named Quil Lemons, who is responsible for creating these breathtaking images.
Kaiju fans have been waiting a long time for the epic throwdown between the King of the Monsters, Godzilla, and the great ape, King Kong, and they were not disappointed.