The BLACK AGE OF COMICS  - "Indie today:  Black Age forever!"



BREAKING IN ITALY, COLUMBUS, MICHIGAN CITY, TOKYO, DC, ATLANTA,  SAN FRANCISCO, BALTIMORE, DETROIT, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, KANSAS CITY, NEW YORK & CHICAGO. 

June 24th 2015 Count:

198,144 PAGE VIEWS

160,048 VISITORS

You are awesome for raising our hit level to its highest count ever. Thanks for embracing all things Black Age!

SOL-CON: The Black & Brown Comix Expo 2015  SOL-Con: The Black & Brown Comix Expo Oct. 2-4 2015 with reception the evening of Oct. 1. Hale Hall, OSU Campus. Open to the public
Latino and African American comics have been traditionally sidelined in the mainstream. During Hispanic Heritage Month OSU’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion will host the first annual Brown/Black Comix Expo. With a grand expo space along with academic panels and how-to workshops, this will be the first venue to bring together Latino and African American comic book talent and intellectual creativity. This three-day event includes a grand expo where authors/artists will feature their work, comic book creating workshops for high school and middle school students, academic panels, and featured conversations with the artists.


The DuSable Museum's  41st Annual Arts & Craft Festival in Chicago July 11th & 12th will feature ONLI STUDIOS and "BLACK AGE XVIII".


The University of Chicago decided to have Alex Harrell of the South Side Weekly Newspaper to interview "The Father of the Black Age" Prof. Onli, per its recent Arts Issue>  We present the published article.  
This is the 2015 Season of the Black Age; ECBACC, Black Age Motor City, ONYX-CON and & BLACK AGE XVIII.


The very talented Ms Jun O, from Japan, just signed a deal with ONLI STUDIOS to publish her passionate book about her connection with the Blues by way of the spirit of the late classic Blues Master from Chicago, LEFTY DIZZ!





 
 
 
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