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Thanks for dropping by. You will find the growing Black Age movement to be the most independent movement in the creation of comic books, games, graphic novels and the like. The Black Age is a genre. A force. It is inclusive. It gives presence to a variety of creators whose works are derived from the Urban, Black or African experience yet often retold and illustrated with a universal appeal.
The purpose here is to connect you to the creators of these great products. This way you can support your favorite Art Stars and their growing range of products and services. Feel free to share the word. The Black Age is here to satay!!!
Feb. 12 2011 is Black Comic Book Day. Look for an event in your area.
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The Annual National Black Comic Book Day is Feb. 12th, 2011. The second Saturday of February.
Look for an event near you! Gift, share, sell, & create. In Chicago IL at the DuSable Museum Turtel Onli will be signing ONLI STUDIOS' new release, "NOG NU!" along with introducing its first set of autographed trading cards.
In Atlanta GA Joseph Wheeler III and THE NAOwill be presenting "The NAO" and the "Black Comix" book along with other products at the Barnes &Noble's Book Store.
Detroit MI finds Andre Battle the creator of "Dreadlocks" and the Motor City Black Age Con planning an event with the detials yet to come in.
Harlem NY at the Hue Man Bookstore Jerry Craft creator of Mamas Boyz & N. Steven Harris creator of the Fringe will be intorducing a dedicated rack of Black Age products on Feb. 19th to close down the national celebration of Back Comic Book Day.