BROTHER-VOODOO

To all those Black kids who never thought that they could be heroes

You are special.

You are mystical.

You are fierce.

You are brilliant.


You are powerful.


You have the blood of kings and queens running through your veins.

I was thinking about how everyone has probably has their own personal style when they use magic, even people who studied under the same teacher and use the same spells. It made me think of magic in terms of art and magic-users in terms of artists and that whole mess kinda ended up here.


There are explanations for each of these choices, but some of them are long and boring, so I’m not going to get into it. Feel free to come up with your own artist-magician match, it’s a solid time-killer. 


I have this whole thing with Andy Warhol that I don’t feel like getting into. Ever. 

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Magik echoes
Storytellers: Al Ewing & Paco Medina, Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez, James Robinson & Jöelle Jones, Gerry Duggan & Mike Hawthorne
Sources: New Avengers (2015) #12, Civil War II #1, Scarlet Witch (2015) #9, Deadpool (2015) #14

Bonus:

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dream books ► the spellbinders

the most powerful sorcerer in the universe takes on the messianic “son” of the scarlet witch as his protege, the princess of the dark dimension seeks to ally with a grim teenage witch and a mystic healer, and a deceased magician tries to find his way back to the land of the living (again). their paths cross as the dark wizards and demons of the multiverse join forces to bring earth to its knees. can they put their issues aside long enough to take them down? 

main cast: sister grimm│brother voodoo│clea│doctor strange│topaz│wiccan

villains: baron mordo│the enchantress│dormammu│dreamqueen│nightmare