2017 SDCC Coverage/ Women in Comics NYC Collective International

Written by Robert Jeffrey

July 21, 2017


A scene from Regine Sawyer’s series, Ice Witch. Art by Antonio Crespo.


BlackSci-Fi.com continues it’s coverage of San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) 2017 with info on the appearance of the members of the Women in Comics NYC Collective International (WINC).

The members of the group will be on hand for SDCC and have a ton of material from members of the organization, ranging from such offerings as Regine Sawyer’s Ice Witch series, to Jules Smith’s [H]afrocentric.

[H]alfrocentric by Juliana “Jewels” Smith, Ronald Nelson, and Mike Hampton.

As explained by the organization’s website, “Women in Comics Collective International, (WinC for short- Pronounced Wink), is an Artistic and Informative Initiative that began in May of 2012. It serves to educate communities about the role and merit of Women working in the Comic Book/Multimedia industries as well as highlight the importance of Literacy through Comic Books.

Stop by their booth at Booth H 09, aisle 900, to learn more about the organization, and spend some cash on some awesome books.

Robert Jeffrey II is an award winning journalist whose work has appeared in such publications as UVC Magazine, JaDore Magazine, BlackSci-Fi.com, and The Atlanta Voice Newspaper. He is a regular contributor for the Tessera Guild, and his comic book work includes client work for the Centers for Disease Control, and Nitto Tires. His comic book writing includes work on such award winning/ nominated series as his creator owned series Route 3Radio Free AmerikaTerminus Team-Up, and Soul of Suw. He’s yet to fulfill his dream of pop-locking to save a community center.

Head to his website here, and you can follow him on Twitter @SYNCHRKJ, Tumblr @robdawriter , and Instagram @robertk.jeffrey.

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