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Pick of the Week: “Bitter Root” #1

Bring together the Harlem Renaissance, racism, and supernatural action, “Bitter Root” #1 is an exciting first issue from David F. Walker, Chuck Brown, and Sanford Greene. Read on to see the rest of ou... read more

Solicitations for November 2018

In the 1920s, the Harlem Renaissance is in full ... Cigarettes and Shotguns) bring you 24 action-packed pages of monsters, mayhem, and family dysfunction in a brand-new ongoing series. BITTER ROOT Cov... read more

“The Revolution Just Might Be Televised” – New York Comic Con 2018

Walker writer “BITTER ROOT” available from ... re a fan of Steampunk or Alchemy. The supernatural combined with the history, settings, fashion of the Harlem Renaissance. Plus a dramatic ... read more

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Kenya: Re-Discovering the Black Pride

Much earlier, in the 1920s ... Which brings us to the theme of African Renaissance, and the lessons we can learn from earlier processes in America and Europe. Negritude proponents had a surreal view o... read more


Montana's 'H' towns: Our state legislators could have been convening in Pumpkinville

Copper king Marcus Daly founded not just Anaconda, but Hamilton, where he diversified into the lumber business and raised race horses on his Bitter Root Stock Farm ... the Thompson Lakes region back i... read more

25 Amazing Books by African-American Writers You Need to Read

The second essay, "Down At The Cross," takes the reader back to Baldwin's childhood in Harlem as he details conditions of poverty ... in contact with the supernatural. Before becoming a freed woman, S... read more

Image Comics Launching New Bitter Root Series in 2018

BITTER ROOT is set in 1920s with the Harlem Renaissance in full swing. The new series will follow the Sangerye Family—New York’s (and the world’s) only hope for salvation from supernatural forces thre... read more

How We’d Fix It: Boardwalk Empire

Spoiler alert: Many plot details from various seasons of Boardwalk Empire, including the current one ... TV show isn’t worth the art direction and hairstyling Emmys it brings in, but that hasn’t happe... read more

Comics and Storytelling: A Conversation with Mat Johnson

The graphic novel, which he made with artist Warren Pleece, tells the story of Zane Pinchback, an African-American writer in the 1920s who can pass for white ... on Johnson’s love for and knowledge of ... read more

Solicitations for December 2018

THE WICKED + THE DIVINE writer KIERON GILLEN teams up with artist supernova STEPHANIE HANS (THE WICKED + THE DIVINE 1831, Journey Into Mystery) for her first ongoing comic! DIE is a pitch-black fantas... read more



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