The mall… does anyone remember that place? As a kid growing up in the 90’s and 2000’s, the mall was the spot where we went to stunt in our own minds, pretending like we had it, knowing good and darn well we were broke as a joke! Before online shopping turned us all into recluses, you could find everything at the mall: normal stuff like DVDs, clothes, J’s, and video games, and really weird stuff, like “boob muffs”, “Humphrey the Humping Dog”, and the all important “Willy Warmer” (look it up…). Just what reputable business would sell such products in an American family establishment like the mall? Spencer’s Gifts, of course! Continue reading “That Time We Almost Got Into Spencer’s Stores…”
Growing up in the 90s, my brother and I were big fans of superhero cartoons like Spider-Man, Batman, TMNT and Ghostbusters. Back in those days, there were very few characters who looked like us and shared our personal experiences. Heck, even Star Wars only had one brotha in the entire galaxy – albeit a very suave and smooth brotha – but he was the only one! Continue reading “The Raimey Brothers’ Journey to Bring More Black and Latino Representation to Pop Culture”
Has something so totally amazing ever happened to you that the significance of it doesn’t strike you until days later? Well, what happens when that amazing event ends with not a so great outcome? What happens when that amazing event leaves much to be answered as so many questions surrounding it occupy your mind? Continue reading “That Time Scholastic Picked Up My Book…”
Hello and welcome to our blog! We are Justin and Terry L Raimey, founders of Black Streak Entertainment. Since 2011, we have independently published books, comics, and graphic novels, and produced animated shorts for kids, teens, and families featuring characters and story lines that represent our African-American experience.
We are now working to bring our books, comics, animation, and movies that represent people of color to mainstream audiences! Follow us on our journey to bring Black Streak Entertainment to mainstream media by reading our blog, following us on social media, and signing up for our mailing list. We need an army of supporters behind us to make this happen, so join us in changing the face of pop culture for children, teens, and families of color so that pop culture reflects and represents our culture!
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