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Stranger and Prentice Penny launch Joint Venture

Stranger and Prentice Penny launch Joint Venture

As reported in The Hollywood Reporter.Partnering with Stranger Comics’ Founder Sebastian A. Jones, Penny is launching a yet-to-be-named joint venture to identify and support new talent in the independent comic book world — functioning as an incubator and development lab for BIPOC creators and their IP to find inroads to publication and adaptation to other mediums. Jones and Penny have already identified two projects, David Crownson’s Harriet Tubman Demon Slayer and Jaycen Wise from creator Uraeus, both of which are already being developing for TV.The news was also picked up by Essence.“When Sebastian told me there’s so many independent comic creators of...

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Asunda at HBO

Asunda at HBO

We are reposting some news from the last two years as we have switched website providers and lost most of our posts. So we thought we would start by recapping what has been probably our biggest news in many years. HBO picked up Niobe’s world of Asunda. This was first announced by Deadline, and shortly thereafter they also announced Prentice Penny (Insecure, Uncorked) joining Stranger Comics president Sebastian A. Jones as EP to develop Asunda’s maiden property, “The Untamed.”

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Kayla Green joins Stranger Comics

Kayla Green joins Stranger Comics

We are so excited to share the news that Kayla Green is the new Social Media Marketing Coordinator for Stranger Comics. Kayla will be handling all social media platforms, helping to support our existing fanbase and expand it to welcome new fans. Kayla will communicate with the public and help nurture the culture of Stranger Comics.   We first met Kayla at Baltimore Comic-Con a few years ago when she stopped by our booth. Since then, along with the rest of the Niobe cosplay crew of Brytt Hamilton, Brianna Pippens, and Aliya Will, (the #nioBAE tribe), Kayla has been a...

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Stranger Comics Statement

Stranger Comics Statement

Dear Stranger Comics Family,

Black heroes and lives have and will always matter at Stranger Comics.

For the “what about me” crowd, please listen, with stillness and patience, not to the sound of your own voice, but to the anger and anguish of generational trauma and rage. Look past your pride…

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