Otaku Noir talks Blerds, the Black aesthetic in fantasy, Sci Fi

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What would Comic Con be without the Blerds?

This week is New York’s Comic Con, and the Blerds will be representing. We spoke with Otaku Noir, a company that created a curated quarterly box of cultural goodies for Blerds from Black content creators and artists. From cards to badges to music, they mystery boxes tap into an audience that loves to see themselves justly and properly represented in pop culture.

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