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Hiatus X Africentric Magazine


No partying. We're working on "Propaganda." Promise.

In the mean time, I forgot to mention this before but we got international last month. Well kind of. See, starting in January we will be the featured comic in the Canadian magazine Africentric. The run is starting with some older strips but we're still excited to see what comes out of this. We’re also in the #2 that came out the 16th as well. Much props to the brother Minister Faust for the opportunity to expand our brand.

So if you’re in the area head over to the website to find out how you grab your own copy. The second issue is out now! And for the non-Canadian I’ll make sure to put up the scans when we get the issues.

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