Calyn Pickens Rich (aka ‘Dr. Calyn’) was at The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival with an awesome display of her work. " ‘Dr. Calyn is the creator and ‘mad doctor’ behind Dill comics, a comic about a kid with existential issues and a lemon stand, as well as Dining with Dana, a blog that represents the underrepresented in alternative subculture and Pwatt Institute, which chronicles life at Pratt."
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Blerdcon was in attendance at The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival. "Blerdcon is derived from the term “Blerd” which is short for black nerd." Be sure to sign up and attend
Blerdcon “Blerd Magic” July 12-14, 2019!!
The founders of Black Sands Entertainment , Manuel and Geiszel Godoy, were present at The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival. The awesome work created by this power couple was displayed at their table. Their work has gotten some serious supporters. " The second arc of the Black Sands saga, an award-winning series was endorsed by Michelle Obama, Publisher's Weekly, and Bleeding Cool."
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Mr. Jerome Walford , with his amazing smile, was in full effect at The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival. Forward Comix and it's creative books were a must see.
"At Forward Comix we explore timeless themes that capture the essence of the human experience. We are passionate about telling compelling stories of hope, loss, struggle and redemption. We take our readers on a journey through stories less traveled."
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Mean Tees had an amazing table at The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival.
You have to check out these T-Shirts. I'm personally in love with the "All Things Black Panther Collection" which also has a fitted cap. Then I scrolled through the website and saw the Biggie Smalls and Muhammad Ali tees.
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It was a pleasure seeing Mr. Eric Wilkerson at The 7th Annual Black Comic. The school kids ran to his table to admire his work. "Eric is an Illustrator who has worked in film, commercials, video games and a variety of other media."
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Shauna A Grant was all smiles at her booth at The 7th Annual Black Comic. I loved all the pink and realized why when I read her info page. She is quoted as saying, "I especially have a deep love for everything Magical Girls, which I let fuel my art in all its cuteness." Check put this queens work.
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Jamila Rowser(Black Girl Making Magic) was present at The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival 2019. She has quite a few books and projects under her belt. One that stands out for me is "Wash Day."
"Wash Day is a slice-of-life comic that pays tribute to the beauty and endurance of Black women and their hair. The story follows Kimana, a 26-year-old woman living in the Bronx, as she cares for her long, thick hair. As Kim goes through her Sunday morning rituals, we see the highs and lows of her day—fresh coffee, rising rent, girl talk and catcalls."
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The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival 2019 was epic. Mr. N Steven Harris, whose "credits also include Batman: Officer Down, Batman 80pp Giant The Huntress (DC Comics), Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty, Generation X, X-Force, and Deadpool Annual ’98 (Marvel Entertainment)."
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The 7th Annual Black Comic Festival 2019 was epic. Let's support one another.
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