The Hall H Show podcast attended Black Comix Day 2018 and recorded the “Heroes Rise: The Importance of Black Artists in Popular Media” panel. This panel featured David F. Walker, John I. Jennings and was moderated by Hannibal Tabu. This episode is also available on Google Play, iTunes, Stitcher and Spotify. The Hall H Show podcast is hosted by Aaron Nabus and Alex Benedicto.
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We recently attended the inaugural Black Comix Day 2018 that took place on Saturday, February 17 at the Malcolm X Library in San Diego, CA.
This event, organized by Keithan Jones, owner of the comic book publishing company, KID Comics and creator of the comic book, The Power Knights, brought together some amazing black comic book creators.
Two creators, David F. Walker and John I. Jennings joined forces with moderator Hannibal Tabu for the panel, “Heroes Rise: The Importance of Black Artists in Popular Media” which highlighted why events such as Black Comix Day 2018 are needed.
Enjoy this recording of the panel and please go support and buy comics from black independent creators!
Thanks again for listening to this recording of this very important panel. Again…please go buy comics from black creators and support events like Black Comix Day 2018!
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