Month: October 2018

Michael Davis: Award-winning Writer, Artist, Entertainment Executive, and Mentor Fosters Creative Excellence at AfroComicCon

Michael Davis, award-winning writer, artist, entertainment executive, and mentor will be at this year’s AfroComicCon doing his part to promote and foster creative excellence in communities of color. A long-time lover of comics and creativity, Michael has been writing for well over 30 years. As one of the most innovative and leading-edge voices at Warner …

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Malandro Mandingo: The Body Magic of Capoeira to AfroComicCon

Malandro Mandingo, the first African-American to be recognized as an official teacher of the Filhos de Bimba School of Capoeira, is bringing high energy and kinetic excitement to this year’s AfroComicCon. Capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines fighting, dance, and acrobatics was created by African slaves in 16th Century South America. This dynamic fighting …

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A ‘Wonder Woman’ Returns to her Roots at AfroComicCon

Onika Day, award-winning actress, director, writer, and producer, is excited to come home to the Bay Area and AfroComic Con. The daughter of a retired chairman of the Art Department at San Francisco City College, Onika and her father happily discovered AfroComic Con last year. “I actually stumbled upon an invitation for the First AfroComic …

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