The History of Black Sci-fi . . .coming very soon.
Immortal Love Story
If you are attacked by Doro, the last thing you see will be his eyes. You, of course, will die screaming in terror as your soul is ripped from your corpse. Doro will wear your flesh for as long as he wants or until he gets bored with it and hungers for a fresh body and kills again and again and again.
He is an African mutant born during the time of the ancient Nubians before Egypt rose to greatness. At puberty, Doro discovered he couldn't die and he went insane. He murdered hundreds of soldiers in mere moments. He hid. It took him centuries to gather the strength to control his hunger and find a purpose for his gifts. He learned to feed only on enemies and occasionally on gifted individuals who tasted good.
Captured African people did more than sing gospel hyms and bow their heads while being oppressed by sadistic white plantation owners.
Blacks expressed inspirational exploits of freedom and extreme heroics that painted pictures of a fantastic future if a person was courageous enough to take the challenge.
These were the stories spread by the early Architects of AFROFuturism.
Yeah! young folks are into Asian Anime . . . for example. . . East meets West in AFRO Samurai in a fantastic Hip-Hop, musical, blood and guts fashion. Warning: Mature themes.
Sci-Fi story collections span Africa, America, the Carribean and Europe. See visions of the past, present and future. Sword and Steam, SteamFunk, Black Weird West, AFRO Horror are just a few of the new genres gaining popularity.