All posts tagged in Cameroon

  • August 27, 2019By Kadi

    Malcolm Carter Wopé is a freelance concept artist, illustrator, art director and 2D animator based in Cape Town, South Africa. Malcolm boasts an impressive portfolio that runs across animation, indie video games and comics. Wopé is currently the lead artist responsible for the design direction of the upcoming Netflix animated series, Mama K’s Super 4.

  • February 26, 2019By Kadi

    Do Africans play games? That’s an absurd question you might answer with, duh, everyone plays games… everywhere. Do Africans make any games? Now depending on how informed or otherwise uninformed you are, that’s a question you might struggle with. This shouldn’t be so. Gaming, e-sports and game development has grown across the continent at a

  • February 5, 2019By Kadi

    Superheroes, epic adventures, fantasy are words that quickly float to mind when you think of comic books. In Africa, this is even more prevalent with a significant body of work playing around those themes. But that’s barely scratching the surface of African comics. In Cameroon, Waanda Stoudios is going against the grain and telling stories

  • April 9, 2018By betasquidmag_pcwivg

    Besides Aya of Yop City (Ivory Coast) and Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan (Cameroon), we have done very little on French-speaking African nations in our coverage on African comics. Let’s change that. Franklin Agogho is the co-founder of Zebra Comics, a collective of comic book writers and artists in Cameroon on a mission to educate and promote African

  • February 2, 2018By Kadi

    Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is possibly Africa’s biggest and most successful video game. I haven’t yet played it, but the many walkthrough videos, stunning visuals and dashing reviews promise a fun and thrilling action role-playing game (RPG) that I can’t wait to try. What draws you into a game better than its story? Err…stories. Right? Kiro’o Games (publishers

  • January 1, 2016By Kadi

    Looking for African comics or comic books, African comic PDFs, African graphic novels or African comic anthologies? Welcome home. Jump directly to free African comics. Brief Overview of African Comics Since about 2016, the popularity of African comics has risen. Many attribute this to the rise of superhero comic book movies particularly the ones produced