Tag Archives: indie comics

BLOOD SOAKED VENGEANCE” CRUCIFIX EXECUTIONER Pt. 3

VOL 3: Blood and Fire Killer Comics is back with an even more explosive threequel ! From film maker/creators Duncan Cunningham and Aaron Cassidy, alongside their  Killer Comics team comes Volume 3 of the acclaimed dark and gritty crime thriller “Crucifix Executioner.” Known for their cinematic storytelling and badass artwork to match, Killer Comics presents BLOOD AND FIRE. Fans …

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The Schomburg Center’s 8th Annual Black Comic Book Festival

Last weekend I attended The Schomburg Center’s 8th Annual Black Comic Book Festival !!! The two-day event was jam-packed with lines of super excited fans anxiously waiting to get inside. This free community event was held January 17-18, 2020 , Friday and Saturday at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. “The Schomburg …

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Five Points Fest 2019

FIVE POINTS FEST: DESIGNER TOY AND ART CONVENTION DESIGNER TOYS + KAIJU + COMICS + STREET ART+ BEER + LIVE PAINTING DESIGNER TOYS + KAIJU + STREET ART + BEER + + LIVE PAINTING //JUNE 1-2, 2019 // BROOKLYN EXPO CENTER Last weekend was the third annual Five Points Festival curated by Clutter Magazine and fueled by …

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Hero Con Gallery: Everyone Can Be A HERO

This past Free Comic Book Day, The Dalton School held its very own Hero Con. This annual event is a celebration of diversity, social justice and creativity. This event was free for all students, faculty, families and friends! It featured an artist alley, cosplay contest, free comics and swag bags, a Harry Potter floor, VR, video game tournaments, …

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BAM: The Black Comix Expo 2019

On Sunday I attended The second annual Brooklyn Academy of Music’s (BAM) Black Comix Expo!!! Co-presented by BAM and the Black Comics Collective this free day-long event featured over 20 comic exhibitors, an immersive AfroFeminism VR experience, an Afrofuturista panel discussion featuring black women in sci-fi, workshops, and a cosplay showcase! The expo continues to bring together comic book artists, …

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The Schomburg Center’s 7th Annual Black Comic Book Festival

This past weekend I attended The Schomburg Center’s 7th Annual Black Comic Book Festival!!! The event was Jam-packed all day with lines of super excited fans anxiously waiting to get inside. This free event was held January 18-19, 2019 , Friday and Saturday at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem.  “The Schomburg Center’s …

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How would you define a HERO?

Cry Hero #1: The Choice How would you define a hero? As someone that ultimately risks their life for others?.. Can  make crucial life or death decisions in a moments notice? What if they had to choose who lives and who dies? “Every choice we make has a consequence” ; that is the premise of …

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BLOOD SOAKED VENGEANCE” CRUCIFIX EXECUTIONER IS BACK

VOL 2: REVENGE Killer Comics is back with an all new bloody sequel to the dark and gritty crime thriller Crucifix Executioner. Killer Comics presents REVENGE. If you enjoyed the first book brace yourself, Revenge is even bloodier, badder, fresher and more gruesome than the first. If you need a recap or haven’t read book one …

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Five Points Fest 2018

FIVE POINTS FEST: DESIGNER TOY AND ART CONVENTION DESIGNER TOYS + KAIJU + COMICS + STREET ART + BEER + NYC   DESIGNER TOYS + KAIJU + STREET ART + BEER + NYC // JUNE 2-3, 2018 // BROOKLYN EXPO CENTER Last weekend was the second annual Five Points Festival curated by Clutter Magazine and fueled by …

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KHEM COMIC BOOK FEST 2018

Last weekend was the 4th Annual Khem Comic Book Fest in New Jersey! The Khem Comic Book Fest is an annual convention held at Central High School in Newark, NJ featuring creators of comics, books, film, animation and other media with a focus on artists and characters of color.  The festival was jam packed with art, …

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Gallery: Khem Comic Book Fest 2018

Last weekend was the 4th Annual Khem Comic Book Fest in New Jersey! The Khem Comic Book Fest is an annual convention held at Central High School in Newark, NJ featuring creators of comics, books, film, animation and other media with a focus on artists and characters of color. Check out the full Gallery below!  

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Artist Spotlight: Sara Woolley

BODYMOD: Are you woman enough to survive Bitch Planet? Imagine a world where women are subject to punishment for being “non-compliant” and sent away to prison, literally on another planet! That is the premise of the smash hit Sci-fi series “Bitch Planet.” In this dystopian universe, when women are seen as being defiant and resistant …

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When Fashion & Comics Collide: Hunter Haute

With fashion week taking place, I thought that this would be the perfect time to interview my friend fellow geek blogger Kosi Harris, about her fashion inspired web-comic HUNTER HAUTE. Also coming from a fashion background, I was super excited to check out a fashion based comic book! Not only will comic book fans enjoy …

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The Schomburg Center’s 6th Annual Black Comic Book Festival

    This past weekend I attended The Schomburg Center’s 6th Annual Black Comic Book Festival!!! The event was Jam-packed all day with lines of super excited fans anxiously waiting to get inside. This free event was held January 12-13, 2018 , Friday and Saturday at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. “The …

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New York Comic Con 2017!!!

NYCC17 This year was awesome and full of surprises. I’ve been attending NYCC for about 11 years now; since it first started at the Jacob K. Javits Center in 2006! Year by year I watch the madness intensify as the crowds grow exponentially. New York Comic Con annually organized by ReedPOP, is the biggest pop culture …

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The Hero of our generation: Is’Nana: The Were-Spider

  Is’Nana: The Were-Spider Is’Nana: The Were-Spider is a new and impressive mythological/ horror graphic novel series about the son of the Great Spider God, Anansi. This indie comic is the perfect combination of traditional folklore and modern day superheroes. Written by Greg Anderson-Elysee, and inspired by the West African and Caribbean folklore (Anansi); Is’nana: …

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WinC; Initiative to promote diversity in comics

This past Saturday I attended the annual WinC Con 2017!! WinC is a great event to meet with artists, and writers and to gain more knowledge of the comic book industry. Whether you’re a professional, a student, an avid reader, or a fan; this a great event to attend! WinC WinC, the Women in Comics …

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Khem Comic Book Fest

  This past weekend I attended the 3rd Annual Khem Comic Book Fest in New Jersey, and I had a blast!  This annual convention features creators of comics, books, film, and other media with a focus on artists and characters of color.  This event was jam packed with art, games, live music, comics, cosplays and …

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