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.
For the second year in a row, Afrofuturefest, an independent African-American artist showcase, will be featured on the main floor of the Javits Convention Center at New York Comic Con.
In time for this year's convention, Detroit's MECCAcon (Midwest Ethnic Convention for Comics and Arts) Leading Lady, Maia Crown Williams, visits Griotvine!
Interview with Prison City creators David F. Walker and Tim Fielder on their newly announced comic "Prison City."
New comic book announcement: Prison City. What happens when a financially bankrupt city is purchased and turned into the largest privately owned prison in America?
The Griotvine reviews Not So Super Comics' new release: Humanescent. A brilliant anthology featuring diverse artists collecting comic stories about being human.
Amidst the controversy of the Mystique vs Apocalypse ad of X-Men: Apocalypse, I take a look and ponder about my male privilege.
UK Comic Creator, Bobby Joseph, stops by for his first US interview to talk about old school controversial Skank Magazine, his new work, and his hilarious hate for Black Wally West.
The Griotvine visits and interviews Matty's Rocket creator Tim Fielder at Gallatin Galleries in NYU, showcasing his recent exhibit chronicling 30 years of his comic book work, talking Matty's Rocket, and a sneak peak at his new book with writer David F. Walker.
Horror novelist Sam Sattin stops by to talk about his comic book horror debut LEGEND, getting adjusted to comic creating, and working with award winning artist Chris Koehler to create a post-Apocalyptic world run by dogs and cats and evil entities.
Creators Joe Illidge and N Steven Harris stop by The Griotvine to discuss their new book, Solarman, designing a Brother with a hoodie, and representation of the "controversial" East New York.
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