If any of these comics grab you, actually support the creators who are giving you the diversity you say you want. Not with Facebook likes. With money. That they can maybe pay rent with. Feed their families. Things like that.
Whit Taylor is a 2012 Glyph Comics Award winner for the comic Watermelon, a 2013 Ignatz Award nominee for her comic book series Madtown High ,and stands as one of the most visionary emerging voices in comics today.
Regine always had a determined attitude, the same one that would eventually lead her to start her own small press company and an international collective of women creators who are turning the game up a notch.
“You have to trust your voice. What you say and how you feel matters.” Janine Spruill talks to Black Sci-Fi.com about her business venture, her passion for movies and why Black women are needed in the film industry.