People of Color Comics Collective's Journal
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2nd March 2011
13th December 2010
10th December 2010
22nd September 2010
animeg3282 @ : Smut Peddler
Spike of Templar Arizona wants YOUR submissions for smut peddler. Those with talent-go for it!
12th August 2010
14th May 2010
11th May 2010
9th April 2010
zenlari @ : Call for Submissions: Other Tounges Anthology. x-posted.
OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
OTHER TONGUES: Mixed-Race Women Speak Out
27th August 2009
jun_i @ : Cartoonist Matt Baker inducted into to the Will Eisner Hall of Fame
From http://schulzlibrary.wordpress.com/2009/08/24/congrats-matt-baker/ :
"Although Matt Baker’s comics career was cut tragically short (reportedly due to heart failure) he made a significant impact on the medium between 1944 and 1959. Baker was one of the first known African-American cartoonists, and arguably one of the most prominent in his day..."
5th August 2009
28th July 2009
jun_i @ : Pop Mythology, Buying and Selling: A Report from the First Asian American Comic Con
Came across this link to Joseph Shahadi's Pop Mythology, Buying and Selling: A Report from the First Asian American Comic Con through fight_derailing.
21st July 2009
jun_i @ : Manga High
From Harvard Education Press: Manga High - Literacy, Identity, and Coming of Age in an Urban High School
"Since 2004, students at Martin Luther King, Jr., High School in Manhattan have been creating manga—Japanese comic books. They write the stories, design the characters, and publish their works in print and on the Internet. These students—African-American and Latino teenagers—are more than interested in the art and medium of manga. They have become completely engrossed in Japanese language, culture, and society.The project is also mentioned on the Schulz Library blog.
3rd April 2009
19th March 2009
23rd May 2008
sfa_webcomic @ : RENAMON FAN ART
I've got a Brand New Sketchbook on sale. Check out the free samples:
13th February 2008
9th December 2007
2nd October 2007
zenlari @ : Hello!
There of some of you that may know me already but there are some that don't! My name is Jordan and I currently live in Portland, Oregon and I'm starting to get my stuff together for art school to work in the comics field. So that's it for introductions!
I was wondering is anyone here reading New Warriors by Marvel? It's one of the most diverse, non-mutant, doesn't have a Wolverine clone in sight, comic I've seen! It's amazingly drawn and the story-arcs seem to be along the lines of "sticking it to the man as much as possible."
If not New Warriors, what books are people reading right now?
20th July 2007
28th June 2007