#MECCAconWeekly interviews Dr Sheena Howard, the very first Black female Eisner Award winner!
Originally posted on The Nerds of Color:
Comic conventions are like traditional meals. They are either wonderful and make you feel like you’re at home, or they are so terrible they induce nightmares and have you screaming, “You had the ingredients and the recipe. How did you screw up so badly?” From what I’ve been…
‘Powers’ Featurette: Super-Powered Criminals on the Loose.
Recently, i was awarded the huge honor of being able to interview a brotha that i respect HIGHLY in the literary world, David F Walker. Not just comics, not just Youth Adult, not just black… but PERIOD. Walker is a man who has planted his foot print FIRMLY in the literary and film industry, and did so withContinue reading “#MECCAconWeekly exclusive w/ David F. Walker”
Originally posted on The Afrosoul Chronicles:
Originally, Liongo was more arrogant than Kanye West… In the stories I read of Liongo, he was portrayed as a scoundrel; a bully arrogant and rude blessed with strength and near invulnerability, a thorn in his people’s side. In many ways, he deserved to be defeated by the copper…
Next Monday, MECCACON Weekly is excited to bring you an interview with DAVID WALKER! Monday, FEBRUARY 16th! David is the writer for the upcoming CYBORG series, as well as SHAFT, SUPER JUSTICE FORCE, NUMBER 13, DOC SAVAGE, and a long list of more. This will not be your typical SHAFT interview, which i see theContinue reading “Next up- DAVID WALKER (Shaft, Number 13, Super Justice Force)”
This week on #MECCAconWeekly, i am excited to bring you the creator of my favorite web series BOUNCE, DREAD SOCIETY X and TRIBORO TALES, Chuck Collins. We recently had a sit down, and basically, this is how it went. Collins has been a long time member of the comic books industry, hailing straight out ofContinue reading “#MECCAconWeekly w/ BOUNCE and DREAD SOCIETY X’s creator, CHUCK COLLINS”
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