We all enjoy our traditional superheroes, many of them goes back decades or more. For many years the majority of the comic book industry did not focus on the black community, but today YOUNEEK Studios is changing the game.
YOUNEEK studios have built a platform with over 40,000 magazines and video copies sold across the globe. This production machine has won many hearts and minds; now, young black males and females in America have superheroes they can relate and look up to. YOUNEEK indeed is an empire founded by a brilliant mind who goes by the name Roye Okupe born in Lagos Nigeria. This young entrepreneur is the author and founder of YOUKNEEK studios since 2012. One of his create creation and entertaining reading with action picture and great plots is the story of Malika Warrior.
We read this comic book the Warriors Queen – Part One is an easy read for all and its drawing are vivid and alive. It does not matter your age or where you were born her story will uplift your spirits and you will be engaged and addicted to its characters. According to the author and owner, Roye Okupe explains that:
“Malika – Warrior Queen – Part One is a historical fantasy epic set in the fifteenth-century West-Africa. The story follows the exploits of queen and military commander Malika, who struggels to keep the peace in her ever-expanding empire. Growing up as a prodidy, Malika inherited the crown from her father in the most unusual of ways, splitting the kingdom of Azzaz in half. After years of cilvil war, one of the largest empires in all of West Africa. But expansion does not come without its cost. Enemies begin to rise withing her council and Azzaz has grabbed the attention of one of the most feard superpowers the world has ever known: the Ming Dynasty. As Malika fights to winCredits: Roye Okupe, (Author) Ayodele Elegba, (Editor) Chima Kalu, (Illustrator) Raphael Kazeem
the clandestrin war within the walls of her empire, she must now turn her attentions to an idomitable and treacherous foe with plans to vanquish her entire people.”
We have to ask ourselves the question, why? Why in the main stream media today they are tapping into the black money? For many years we had many great black characters in the comic book industry and film, such as “Shaft” played by Samuel Jackson, “Spawn” played by Michael Jay White, “Black Lighting” played by Cress Williams, and “Luke Cage” played by Michael Colter, finally “Storm” played by Halle Berry are all great actors and professionals. These are big hit with great actors and actresses, but none of the had the biggest hit as Black Panther had in one month grows of 1 billion dollars world wide (citation needed). Bottom line this is a wake up call for all African decedents entrepreneur around the world, we must set-up and get paid from our imagination and creation. The time is now.
YOUKNEEK studios is ahead of the market and their mass production is business machine to respect. It is the very enjoyment of reading “Malia Warrior – Part One” and I have already purchased Part Two, presently in route. Comics such as these will convert our black youth into readers and enjoy reading. Children, for example will read more if they can relate to the story and the superheroes reflects them. Personally, I think as comic book readers we become ultimately attracted to good stories with flashy arts and rich colors. Comic book Empire like YOUNEEK studios is stratifying my thirst and the story line is psychologically provocative and full of plots and twits – very entertaining!
With thousands of page to read in African Mythologies like “Malika Warrior Queen – Part One“, YOUNEEK studios tend to just keeps producing and their product tend to enhance the story by adding real human emotions and connections to life choices. These stories are very realistic in which captivates your imagination placing you in the hot sun of Africa fighting alonsige your Queen, and her name is Warrior Malika.
In general reading comic books is very entertaining, though I’m shifting more towards YOUNEEK studios products only because the characters are all Africans. It can get expensive having multiple collection hobbies. So my first reason is that I just damn love the fun of collecting and the comic form provides an ocean of material to satisfy me. There are so many things out there to collect and many forms in which to do it, singles, hardcover, absolute editions, omnibus editions…there’s an endless way to collect an endless ocean. That’s a big reason why I love collecting/reading comic books. Another reason is the colorful art digitally crafted for viewers amusement. I don’t need to go into the beauty of the art here…I’m sure most of you if not all of you appreciate comic book art. Most people seem to think it’s childish etc…but I think we’re all on the same page here so no explanation necessary. There’s not only writers to get to know and love but also artists…just more to add depth to my interest.
-Brotherhood of Sincerity
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