Kofi Sydney Asare
An Otaku in the geeksphere and a lover of all things high-concept, sci-fi and comics. Asare Sydney Kofi is a fervent AISECer, an eclectic sci-fi nerd and an evolving digital nomad. He’s also the co-founder and Business Development Manager at Squid Magazine. He also writes about comics, games and animation from an African perspective. He often calls himself an Afrohipster constantly chasing homegrown geekiness with hopes for an expansive and all-inclusive African digital industry.
Conversations With Juni Ba On His Afrofuturist Space Adventure Comic Kayin And Abeni
Peep this interview with Juni Ba, creator of Kayin and Abeni - an epic afrofuturist adventure comic featuring kadogos, boat inspired space ships and space suits inspired by African masks and tastefully peculiar art. #AfricanComics #SquidMag
For Us By Us: Greg Anderson-Elysee On Creating Is’nana The Were-Spider And African Comics
Wouldn’t it be cool if Ananse, the mighty trickster god of Ashanti folklore was turned into a comic book hero? Cooler still if he was in a pickle and needed saving by one of his offspring; possibly Ntekumah or Anansewa?...
2017 GUBA Awards Animator of the Year Nominees
The Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) awards have rolled around and we’re excited about the freshly baked Animator of the Year category. This inclusion gives us hope of good times ahead for Ghanaian animation as more people and institutions recognise...
GUBA Awards 2017: Another Step for Ghanaian Animation
The mantra for a while has been to change the future of African movies through storytelling and an excellent medium to do this is through animation. An even better way to encourage stories in this beautiful medium is to reward...
8th Classics In The Park: An Afromation Experience
Mark Your Calendars, the 8th Classics In The Park Series Will Be A Thrilling Afromation Experience
Nubiamancy: Scoping Black Magic Through Art with Asante Massawa
Interview with Nubiamancy founder Asante Massaawa. Nubiamancy...largest online collection of Black/African fantasy and science fictional artwork and photos.
Weave Through Accra’s Transport Lines in Trotro Driver: A Review
It’s no secret navigating Accra can be a chaotic exercise with private cars competing for wiggle room with public mini-buses – popularly known as trotros – that stop seemingly everywhere. This beautiful mess is digitized in Trotro Driver, a mobile...