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Almost anytime I had downtime, I wondered why I was exhausted. Now I know why. This video chronicles the various events I participated in during 2017 and there were a lot.
Cosplay is rooted in racist intellectual properties — and fans do everything they can to uphold this racism.
In this segment of Time out with TaLynn Kel, I meet with artists and creators Jasmine Dawson of Jazzy Bear Arts, Roger Patterson, and Lonnie Jackson of Upyri. Links to their pages are below.
I visited OnyxCon 2017 and sat down with comic creators Ashleigh Davenport, Manuel and Geiszel Goday, and Rod Brown to find out about their projects. Links to their info are below.
Segment 1 is Ashleigh Davenport, the creator and writer behind VuDu legends and owner of Final Beat Comics. http://www.finalbeatcomics.com/
Whiteness protects whiteness...even in our comics heroines.
Photo Party Fun! Seriously, this is just about having fun taking pictures. Even though tons of horrible things are going on, I can't control that. But I can share a little of my joy.
Watching Logan reminded me of how easily Black people are killed in movies. And how traumatizing it can be.
I'm almost conventioned out and it's only June. This is what I've been up to in June. None of it was for DragonCon, unfortunately.
My MomoCon Post-Convention Wrap-Up. Long story short - it was awesome!
Are you attending MomoCon this year? I am and I'll be on THREE panels. Check out my blog for more information about the panels and my co-panelists.
Hope to see you there!
What's after #29DaysOfBlackCosplay? Honestly, I'm still figuring that out.
This is where I let you get behind the curtain of a cosplay and see a bit of how it came together. It's a lot less cohesive than you'd think.
*Every once in a while I read something that kind of gets my hackles up. Today is one of those days. Women in Comics NYC Collective International posted an essay written about the Batgirl cover from last year that sparked conversation when DC opted to change the cover at the last minute. As I don’t want to drive traffic to the author’s page, here is the link to the essay reposted on Women in Comics NYC Collective International Facebook page.