From Tessa to Teyonah: All the Black Girl Magic at Comic-Con
Comic-Con International wrapped in San Diego this weekend, and Black girls were all up and around the annual conference.
The five days had its share of celebrity firepower as big films and TV shows came forth to show off some of their biggest offerings to their most loyal fans.
And some of your favorite actresses were right in the mix, giving talks, meeting fans and bringing their magic to Comic-Con as some of our faves took the stage, gave talks and snapped photos with fans. Check them out!
The gorgeous actress came through drippin' to promote her role as Monica Rambeau in the new Disney+ series "WandaVision."
Tessa Thompson of Marvel Studios' 'Thor: Love and Thunder' at the San Diego Comic-Con International 2019 Marvel Studios Panel in Hall H on July 20, 2019 in San Diego, California.
"Dr. Who" actress Freema Agyeman enjoys her time at the Warner Bros. Television Blerd & Boujee Boat Party during Comic-Con 2019 on Friday, July 19.
Black Lightning star China Anne McClain electrifies the Warner Bros. Television Blerd & Boujee Boat Party during Comic-Con 2019 on Friday, July 19.
Thandie Newton and Tessa Thompson
The Westworld actresses Evan Rachel Wood, Tessa Thompson and Thandie Newton posed it up during some press rounds.
Tony nominee Lauren Ridloff is set to be Marvel's first deaf superhero in the upcoming film, The Eternals.
The Walking Dead actress Danai Gurira hang out with fans throughout Comic-Con.
Black Lightning star Nafessa Williams dances alongside other Blerd & Boujee Boat Party guests during Comic-Con 2019 on Friday, July 19.
Yara Shahidi looked great heading to the IMDboat Party at Comic-Con 2019.
Black Lightning star Christine Adams stops by the Warner Bros. Television Blerd & Boujee Boat Party during Comic-Con 2019 on Friday, July 19.
Academy Award-winning production designer Hannah Beachler made the trip to Comic-Con, sharing a pic of herself as Oshun Xango and rocking a nose piece that we would die for.