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BuyIndieComics.com at APE, The Alternative Press Expo

Friends and Family, DWAP Productions and BuyIndieComics.com will be making an appearance this weekend, October 12 and 13 at San Francisco’s Alternative Press Expo – APE – TABLE 319.  We will have all of the DWAP Productions books including Caffeine Dreams, Skatepocalypse and Elbis but we will also have more! Tumble Creek Press’ ”MIS//ing.” and 13: Volume […]

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3-Page Previews: Menthu #03 from Black Inc! Imprints

Menthu 01-04, originally published in  2004, chronicles Rashan N’Shanga’s assuming the mantle of Menthu, ancient Egypt’s warrior sungod. Initially, he learned that his dad–who Rashan thought died when he was 7–is alive. Moreover, his dad is actually the pantheon’s god of war, Anhur. This discovery has taken him around the world & ultimately to the […]

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3-Page Previews: Menthu #02 from Black Inc! Imprints

Menthu 01-04, originally published in  2004, tells the story of Rashan N’Shanga’s trek of discovery. This trek begins as he learns he’s ancient Egypt’s warrior sungod, Menthu. It takes him around the world & ultimately to Egyptian lore’s mythic Khert Neter. Issue #02 begins with Menthu/Rashan on the Tuat, with Anty the Oarman–a rotting corpse. […]

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3-Page Previews: Menthu #01

Menthu 01-04, originally published in  2004 by Hometown Productions/Black Inc! Imprints, featured Rashan N’Shanga/Menthu’s inception, taking the young Angeleno from Chicago back to LA, to Africa (Egypt & Uganda) & ultimately to Egyptian legends’ mythic plane of existence, the Khert Neter. At its heart, this well reviewed mini-series was a father-son story. It was also […]

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In Memoriam: Tony DeZuniga, Dwayne McDuffie & Conan

Hello. This missive is from Robert Roach. And please blame my rambling on Dale Wilson. Within days of our tragic loss last week, he forwarded the attached photo & asked if I’d be willing to write something about the photo’s background narrative. Even though doing so is bittersweet, it’s my honor. And I hope I […]

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