Nowhere Man is a great example of black superheroes done right.
The 7th annual Black Comic Book Festival, which took place on January 18-19 at the Schomburg Center in Harlem, was a fierce statement on black representation in comics. Not a plea but an actual boots-on-the-ground, grassroots expression of black creativity, independence, and resiliency. There was an air of hope throughout the festival. Creators of color, […]
This was the first drawing of Hellboy. pic.twitter.com/Njto2eR1aX — Mike Mignola (@artofmmignola) January 11, 2018 § Nice Art: From the archives, the first concept of Hellboy, including vulture. § Artist Chris Visions is undergoing a cornea transplant following the loss of vision in one eye. Newsarama has the news but Visions has more about his struggle […]
Black Superhoeroes At Black Comic Book Fest in #Harlem @HWMAG https://t.co/6Uz9I2D8J6 pic.twitter.com/VlvkK8mg0X — blicqer (@blicqer) January 18, 2016 For all of you who think Black folks don't buy #comics I give you Exhibit A #blackcomicbookfestnyc pic.twitter.com/EVDRaCmjfu — theblerdgurl (@theblerdgurl) January 16, 2016 The Black Comic Book Festival, held at the Schomburg Center in Harlem, just […]
The first ever Black Comic Book Festival was held on Saturday January 12, 2013 at The Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture, located in the heart of Harlem in New York City. The festival, which was presented by The Schomburg Junior Scholars and Dr. Jonathan Gayles, celebrates artists, writers, and fictional characters of African descent. Although I have passed by before, this event was my first introduction to the Schomburg Center which is a part of the New York Library. The show was free and open to anyone.