Ignorant Bliss 60: Let’s talk about the Island #15 Dilraj Mann cover with J. A. Micheline, Darryl Ayo Brathwaite, Cheryl Lynn Eaton, Jonathan W. Gray & Ronald Wimberly

So when the last issue of the anthology comic Island was released and people saw the cover by the artist Dilraj Mann of a black woman rendered all in absolute black with red lipstick and door knocker earrings hit the internet it caused quite a stir. At the time Ronald Wimberly and…

Ignorant Bliss episode 52 Artist Talk with Ronald Wimberly at Fantom Comics

Here is the recorded Artist Talk with Ron Wimberly about Prince of Cats at Fantom Comics in Washington DC. @raynardfaux on Twitter @ronaldwimberly on Instagram @fantomcomics on Twitter and Instagram | http://www.fantomcomics.com/ Music in this episode: You Are Luhhh – Frank Ocean A New Love – Mayer Hawthorne Suede –…

Ignorant Bliss 54: A conversation about Art and things with Ron and Lex

​Hey folks this episode basically just a friendly conversation about Art with my friends frequent guest Ronald Wimberly (Prince of Cats, Black History in it’s Own Words, Lighten Up) and Aerosyn Lex Mestrovic (worked with LVMH, CFDA, Public School, Nike & more). We cover subjects about the Instagram’s effect on…

Ignorant Bliss ep 55: Get Out, Favs of Film & TV in 2016, and Logan

In this episode I review the new film Get Out by Jordan Peele starring Daniel Kaluuya, Alison Williams, Bradley Whitford and Catherine Keener. I talk with my friend and fellow film critic Roxana Hadadi about Film and TV in 2016 and awards season. Finally I review the film Logan by…

Ignorant Bliss ep 51: Yellow Perils, Art Fights & Toku with Jamie Noguchi

Happy New Year – this episode is with my friend Jamie Noguchi, creator of the webcomic Yellow Peril and one of the creators of Super Art Fight. We talk about making comics, illustration for a living, Super Art Fight growing success, and a ton of Tokusatsu (Kamen Rider, Super Sentai…

Ignorant Bliss ep 47: MARCH WITH ANDREW AYDIN & NATE POWEL

The March trilogy relates the story of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement through the perspective of civil rights leader, Congressman John Lewis. Join co-author Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell as they complete their years-long journey of working with Rep. John Lewis to tell the powerfully moving story of his…

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