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Bio & Interview Father of the Black Age

Posted on 6 March, 2011 at 9:41 Comments comments (95)
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"NOG NU!!"

Posted on 4 March, 2011 at 7:47 Comments comments (51)
Indie vs Mainstream!

May 10th 2020:

NOG was first published in 1981 and will be featured next year, 2021 in a major Museum Exhibition of Comics and Art in Chicago. This is great because it speaks to the power of your love and support for this truely indie character.  NOG opened the door to real indie diversity when he was launched.  Now major options seem to be discovering NOG: "The Nubian of Greatness"!  We know it is the underground that moves the mainstream.  But we are into more!

Creativity, culture, connection, & commerce!

Please visit our E-Book Store before you go!

We luv how y'all just stayed with us!  We will earn even more as we grow and flow!



"NOG protects an entire planet!  Not just a hidden country or city.  An entire planet. He is the Nubian of Greatness…the Protector of the Pyramides of Planet NUBA."

FREE YOUR MIND:

NOG is the first character created and published by an indie-Black owned publisher in 1981. That being the innovative ONLI STUDIOS. The Black Age genre and movement was then launched.

"That's what we are talking about!"


"The Legend of the AZANIA" is told in the form of an illustrated Rhtyhmistic ode.  This exciting story is a great partner to NOG.. I weaves a glorious fable of the Return to the Ways of the Short Spear Clan and it ways of life, death and passion. Book one have just lowered its cover price to $4.00 to meet growing fan and consumer demand.
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Hit the Xero Error image to link to Future Funk in Dubai's connection with this exciting production.
 
Collectors may note that "NOG: The Protector of the Pyramides" opened the door to the  Black Age movement when it was created by Turtel Onli and published by ONLI STUDIOS in 1981 during the Black and White publishing boom in the comics' industry.
 
Onli had lived & worked in Paris so he paid hommage to its incredible bande dessinee movement by using the French spelling for the word "pyramids" in NOG's title.
 
"NOG NU!!", ( available  ONLI STUDIOS Publisher,) is a fine reboot of the original book with cover art by Christian St. Pierre and interior color by Ashley A. Woods. 


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The Black Panther & the Black Age????

Posted on 4 March, 2011 at 7:24 Comments comments (511)
When Jack Kirby created and produced the Black Panther for Marvel Comics in the mid-'60s. The Panther was to super-heroes what Jackie Robinson was to Major League baseball. While the Panther has continued to be a tremendous performer critics often question his connection, if any, to the growing independently driven Black Age movement.

Sort of like thinking of the Black Age movement as the old Negro Leagues in Baseball in that had they continued would now be the third major league. However most Black Age creators are on record with praise for the legacy and treatments presented with the Black Panther including this new hot animation written by the amazing Reggie Hudlin.

Educators appreciate how it weaves history in the same manner some of the best Black Age books do. Static, The Fringe, NOG: The Protector of the Pyramides and Numidian Force come to mind in terms of using a fantasy based character as the foundation for presenting some important yet overlooked and often disturbing aspects of African or Black history.
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Reggie's World Blast off!!!!!

Posted on 23 February, 2011 at 8:11 Comments comments (770)
We recommend you check out Reggie's World

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National Black Comic Book Day

Posted on 21 February, 2011 at 9:33 Comments comments (81)
Jerry Craft & Marva Allen the owner of the Hue-Man Bookstore unvieling the rack of Black Age products.  The rack is provided via a special arrangement with Jery Craft & ONLI STUDIOS.

It makes it easier for customers to buy a wide range of Black Age books while linking the concepts shared and expressed in this growing genre.

Check out Lisa Herndon's piece on Black Comic Book Day at Hue Man!


And pay attention to Professor Bill Foster. He's so in harmony with his African ancestors, that every time he speaks, you can hear drums playing.

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Gift Shop on BCBD 2011

Posted on 18 February, 2011 at 18:27 Comments comments (185)
The Gift Shop of the
DuSable Museum of
African American
History in Chicago
sports a dedicated
Black Age rack.

Its steady stream of visitors are regularly exposed to the best
the Black Age has
to offer.

On Black Comic Book Day a bum rush level stream
of visitors and fans
came through and
collected a wide
variety of books.

Many commented
on how it was cool
to e able to see the various titles together. "It helped me to link them together as a real movement", said one fans.


















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Buy out at Black Comic Book Day!!!!!!

Posted on 9 February, 2011 at 8:14 Comments comments (32)
Buy your best for Black Comic Book day!!!!!!!!


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Black Comix at Afri-ware Feb. 12th, Oak Park IL.

Posted on 5 February, 2011 at 6:07 Comments comments (63)
February 12

Damian Duffy and John Jennings will be signing copies of their book Black Comix: African American Independent Comics Art & Culture, at Afri-Ware Books, 2 66 W. Lake St., Oak Park, IL 60302, from 6-8pm.

February 19

Join syndicated cartoonists Jerry Craft (Mama’s Boyz), Ray Billingsley (Curtis) and comic book writers and artists N Steven Harris (The Fringe and Ajala: A Series of Adventures), Alex Simmons (The Cartoon Life of Chuck Clayton),   comic historian Professor Bill Foster and more as they unveil their Black Comic Book rack at the Hue-Man Bookstore and Café in Harlem, 2319 Frederick Douglass Blvd, between 124th and 125th Streets. The rack will also feature work by Andre Batts, David Walker, Keith Miller; Ray Billingsley, Omar Bilal, Joe Robinson Currie and Glen Brewer. For more info on the NYC event, email [email protected]

These cartoonists and their characters can transcend space and time to hang out on Black Comic Book Day, surely you can make it to ONE of these events!


February 25

Get your second chance to meet up with Damian and John in St. Louis! Come out for CMY+K: Black Creators in Comics art show, at Star Clipper. Along with Sean Frye, Kevin Johnson, Mike Harvey, J.R. Hogan and Bryan Edward Hill, Damian and John will be there for an opening reception Friday, February 25 at 7 p.m. at Star Clipper. The artists’ work will be on display in the Star Clipper Gallery, and their publications and other merchandise will be available for sale. Local hip-hop duo Scripts N Screwz will perform live!

Use Black Comic Book Day in the Month of Black Comics to get a jump on celebrating the Year of Black Comix, in the Decade of Black Sequential Art, in the Millenium of Black Graphic Narrative!

Thanks for your participation!!

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Black Comic Book Day Is Coming!!!!! Feb. 12th, 2011!!!

Posted on 5 February, 2011 at 5:36 Comments comments (62)
Do you really like comic books? Well, so does The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention, Inc. We like them so much that we are teaming up with Barnes & Noble Bookstores to encourage creativity and combat illiteracy one superhero at a time! On Saturday, February 12th and Sunday, February 13th, 2011, ECBACC, Inc. will bring its S.T.A.R.S. program to Center City.  S.T.A.R.S, an interactive youth program that uses comic book storytelling to promote literacy, will be offered free-of-charge to the public from 12pm to 3pm at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore located in Rittenhouse Square at 1805 Walnut St. / Philadelphia, PA 19103.
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Black Comic Book Day Is Here!

Posted on 2 February, 2011 at 16:04 Comments comments (138)
The DuSable Museum of Chicago's Gift Shop will be hosting Turtel Onli in a signing and conversation about the growth, history, and value of the Black Age Movement. Feb. 12th, 2011 2pm until 5pm.

This is part of a series of co-ordinated events taking place in Little Rock, Detroit, Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Philadephia, and Oak Park to bring the exciting fun and intelligent creativity of the Black Age to fans, students, educators, collectors and you.

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