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Month of African-American Comics – The Rippers #1-2

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books by African-American creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. A quick note – since this month is so relatively short, I’ll be featuring an extra comic every week, for a total of 32 comics spotlighted! Here is a list of all the comics spotlighted so far!

Today we take a look at Regine L. Sawyer’s The Rippers #1-2, written and created by Regine L. Sawyer with art by Stephane De Caneva (#1) and João Bosco and Julian Aguilera (#2). Colors for both issues by Luis Torres and Julian Aguilera.


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Month of African-American Comics – Molly Danger

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books by African-American creators, based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. A quick note – since this month is so relatively short, I’ll be featuring an extra comic every week, for a total of 32 comics spotlighted! Here is a list of all the comics spotlighted so far!

Today we take a look at Jamal Igle’s Molly Danger, which I was actually planning to feature on the site anyways as part of my Best of 2013 spotlight series.

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Month of African-American Comics Archive

Here is a list of all the comics spotlighted during this month.

Click on the name of each comic for the profile on that comic.

1. Molly Danger by Jamal Igle, Juan Castro and Romulo Fajardo, Jr.

2. The Rippers by Regine L. Sawyer, Stephane De Caneva, João Bosco, Luis Torres and Julian Aguilera.

3. The Joshua Run #1-3 by Brandon Easton, Flex Alexander, JJBR and Sai Studios

4. Life or Death #1 by Frank B. Goodin, II and Youmin Park

5. Not So Super #1 by Jacques Nyemb and Joe HUnter

6. Quincredible #1-2 by David Gorden, Gerardo Sandoval, Carl Reed and Sai Studios

7. The Inheritors #1 by Robert Garrett and Elbeni Olena

8. DayBlack #1 by Keef Cross

9. Transyltown #1-4< by Isaiah Broussard/a>

10. Journeymen by Geoffrey Thorne and Todd Harris

11. Magic of Myths Seasons 1-2 by Corey Brotherson and Sergio Calvet

12. The Trouble With Love by Victor Dandridge, Harold Edge and Ryan Carter

13. Madtown High #1-5 by Whit Taylor

14. Route 3 #1-2 by Robert Jeffrey, Sean Damien Ull, Ann Sari and Omi Remalante

15. Cahobba County #6 by Alfonza Hobbie, Phil Juliano, Alex Lugo and Francisco Asuncion

16. Ego Tripp #1-2 by Ross Thibodeaux and Kelly Williams

17. Nowhere Man: You Don’t Know Jack, Books 1-3 by Jerome Walford

18. Monsters 101, Books 1-10 by M. Rasheed

19. Night Stalker #1 by Orlando Harding, David Miller and Paul Little

20. Black Salt: The Last Heroes Left #1-2 by Owen Ratliff, Aries Carmona, Chad Boudreau, J.C. Grande and Santosh Kumar Rath

BONUS. Warp Zone Chapter 1 by Ted Lange IV

21. Hunter Black, Books 1-2 by Justin Peniston and William Orr

22. Theodicy #1 by Chad Handley, Fernando Brazuna, Ryan Boltz and Minan Ghibliest

23. The C-Listers #1-3 by Jon Jebus and Mervyn McKoy

24. Rat Queens #1 by Roc Upchurch and Kurtis J. Wiebe

25. The Adventures of Wally Fresh: Take the A Train by Turner Lange

26. Kill Godz #1 by Enrique Carrion and Dan Morison

27. Captain Kacela Universal Ranger #1-3 by Kamau Mshale

28. The Legend of Will Power #1-3 by Vince White

29. You Can Rely on Platypi, Books 1-2 by Brian Parker

30. Brotherhood of the Fringe by N. Steven Harris

31. Watson and Holmes: A Study in Black by Brandon Perlow, Paul Mendoza, Karl Bollers, Rick Leonardi and Larry Stroman

32. The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury: Time Runs Out by Brandon Thomas, Lee Ferguson and Marc Deering

Accepting Submissions for a Month of African-American Comics

Similar to my past Month of Indy Comics, Month of LGBT Comics and Month of Webcomics, where folks who fit into those categories could send in their work for spotlight/review, I will be doing a similar event for the month of February with comic books by African-American comic book creators.

So if you’re an African-American comic book creator (or if one of your co-creators is African-American), feel free to send in your comic for review/spotlight during the month of February, where I’ll review/spotlight 28 current comic books by African-American comic book creators.

Check out the sidebar (or click here) to read where to e-mail/mail review copies of your work.

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