On this week’s #MECCAconWeekly, I was lucky enough to scoop up one of my favorite artists, the lovely spirited Arie Monroe. Monroe, a pretty well known artist, caricaturist, and animator, has been putting in massive work in this industry, quiet but poignant. She reminds me of a ninja in many ways, to be honest, lol.Continue reading “#MECCAconWeekly w/ Arie Monroe”
Tiara Jones, History 270: African-American History Jackie Ormes: Ground Breaking Illustrations Cartoons are often thought of as cute little pictures for children, but they are much more than that. According to the cartoon editor of the New Yorker, Robert Mankoff, “Cartoons present a different way to see life’s problems.” Cartoons provide people with a different vantageContinue reading “JACKIE ORMES LIT REVIEW by Tiara Jones”
This week on MECCAcon Weekly, I was gifted the opportunity to interview mainstream and Indie artist, Alitha E Martinez. Martinez is very well known in the industry for her penciling and backgrounds for some of the most well known titles, including Archie, Black Panther, X-Men, Bat Girl, and Heroes. Her own company, AriotStorm, has producedContinue reading “#MECCAconWeekly w/ Alitha E. Martinez”
Anyone who knows me KNOWS i fan HARD about ALL things Erika Alexander. To an 80’s baby, a BLACK 80’s baby, Living Single was the ALL above the ALL, lol. That show was far beyond its years, and there will never be another like it. Erika Alexander and her husband, Tony Puryear, are also the creatorsContinue reading “#MECCAconWeekly w/ Erika Alexander”
#MECCAconWeekly interviews Dr Sheena Howard, the very first Black female Eisner Award winner!
MECCAcon gives spotlight to founder of WOMEN IN COMICS NYC/INTERNATIONAL, Regine L Sawyer.