But that's not all. We're not coming back empty handed. Nope, we bring to your our first official website! It's been a while in the making but we finally found a platform that helped us something nice and clean to the present to the world.
"50 Ways Of Being A Revolutionary" and offering it you all as an eBook!
So yep, the revolution is finally back and we aim to make it leave a mark this time. New comics drop every week!
...not really but apparently I was in the Entertainment section of today's edition of The Saginaw News. It's all taken from a recent article that was originally for MLIVE.com. Thanks again to Jessica Shepherd for even considering to interview me.
Also I'm a featured person of the month over at New Age Rebellion
I'm not famous though so... get that out of your system.
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...Speaking of RED, since there's now a soundbed for it now is the perfect time to drop the cover for digital mini-book companion to the upcoming RED Book sequel.
RED: Warmth Vol. One is scheduled to drop digitally on April 23rd. Yep, VOLUME ONE. Because of the surprising turn out of submissions Warmth is getting split into two volumes with the second half being released during the summer. That should give people enough RED to go around while I work on Chapter Two for the remainder of the year.
Recently fellow BLAT! member KuroiOto asked me to embark with him on a journey to bring visual life to his upcoming instrumental tape Black, Brown & White - a celebration of the beauty of black women. And with that idea we both came up with several images based on each song, which were inspired by the likes of Jill Scott, Alicia Keys, and Erykah Badu. There's even a beat on there inspired by the upcoming RED: Warmth book. The tape dropped at midnight last night on Producers I Know so please do yourself a favor and cop it for yourself. You can also stream/download it below as well.
After about a year of trying to figure out life (and web design), the hiatus is finally over. Starting next month, Brandon and I are bringing back The Revolutionary Times in full force with new comics and (finally) a brand new website! Stay tuned.
Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of Mike Mignola's Hellboy. Mignola is one of my favorite artists and highly influential in my style of art ever since I was inadvertently introduced to him via his work on Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
SMACK FUN FACT: The cross bracelet I wear on my drawing arm is partly inspired by the same way Hellboy wears his.
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Friday night was the return of AOHH (Art Of Hip-Hop), iV's staple hip-hop showcase in Flint, MI. So Big O suggested I brush up on my mural making skills and do a little something on the walls of Flint Local 432. It was my first time messing around with acrylic markers so I think it turned out nice for something simple.
The latest issue of "I Can Hear Jimi" from Shea Serrano and I is up over on the ESPN Truehoop blog right now! This time we chronicle the many faces of LeBron James. Honestly, LeBron Swanson is the best thing in the world. I don't care how you feel about it.
So along with the Complex joints, I’m also doing a weekly NBA comic series with Shea Serrano called “I Can Hear Jimi” over at ESPN Truehoop. The first one with Carmelo Anthony just went live.
And now I have to start watching basketball. For reasons.