Gregory Anderson-Elysee is a Brooklyn born and based filmmaker (director and editor), playwright, comic book writer, model, and part time actor. He was one of the first writers and interviewers of The Outhouse. He is the writer and creator of the upcoming book Is'nana the Were-Spider. He can be found on Twitter and Facebook.
With Women in Comics Convention this weekend, Comic writer Regine Sawyer stops by to discuss her upcoming event along with her books and her thoughts of the industry concerning female creators.
Pop Culture Journalist and Lion Forge's Editorial Assistant, Desiree Rodriguez, stops by the Griotvine to hang and chat about representation of Latinx characters in comics, working for Lion Forge, and the hard work that goes into her writing!
Following the release and success of Jordan Peele's Get Out, will this open the gates for more Black genre (horror/sci-fi) films?
In celebration of Black History Month and Valentine's Day, the Griotvine looks at the Good, the Bad, and Ugly of Black romance representation in comics (mainstream and indie)
A solid and grappling read with visceral art to keep you engaged and hooked.
A review and look into Z2 Comics' Legend, an engrossing tale of canines and horror by Sam Sattin and Chris Koehler!
Multi-talented muralist and fashion designer, Alloyius Mcllwaine, finds time to chat up his work and background!
A call to arms to creators of the comic book indie community of color.
Princess Lov Pon's Shaun J. Grant comes by the Griotvine to talk about creating a cute and bubbly princess hero!
Princess Lov Pon's Shauna J. Grant comes by the Griotvine to talk about creating a cute and bubbly princess hero!
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