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.
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Author Nikki Michelle stops by to talk about her most recent book, Bi-Satisfied, an exploration ones' sexuality and romantic beliefs, her intense and eye-opening research, and more!
Horror novelist Simon Graves stops by to talk about his horror anthology FIND'M, his writing process, LGBT themes in comic books, and more!
Rosarium Publishing's head honcho Bill Campbell stops by to talk about grinding from the bottom, publishing, and Artists Against Police Brutality.
A spotlight on Marvel Comics' Brother Voodoo and the untapped potential and story ideas that continue to be a missed opportunity.
Creator Micheline Hess comes by to talk about Malice in Ovenland, making art on the iPad, and being looked over for being a black female at conventions!
Following Viola Davis' epic Emmy win and speech and Marvel's hiring of Ta'Nehisi Coates as writer, one has to ask about the actual opportunities Black writers are getting to actually be given a chance.
Keef Cross stops by to talk about DayBlack, adapting his work for film, and the art of tattooing.
Following the announcement of Marvel's Red Wolf, from the thoughts of presenting a stereotype stems the question: what is the line between offensive and negative stereotypes versus positive portrayal in the sense of cultural pride.
Bomb Queen's Jimmie Robinson stops by to talk about his thoughts on presentation of diversity in comics and genres, his upcoming race project, and his process.
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