Category Archive for: In the Community

Towson Mini-Fest – 2016 Floor Plan

Towson Mini-Fest – 2016 Floor Plan Click here for PDF file The Towson Mini-Fest contains the following activities, all free and open to the general public. CBCB Workshops develop skills in writing and/or art using comics. Marketplace Exhibits provide an opportunity for attendees to buy comics and related goods. The Mini-Exhibit offers attendees a chance…Read More

Towson Mini-Fest – 2016 Programming Schedule

Towson Mini-Fest – 2016 Programming Schedule Click here for PDF file The Towson Mini-Fest contains the following activities, all free and open to the general public. CBCB Workshops develop skills in writing and/or art using comics. Marketplace Exhibits provide an opportunity for attendees to buy comics and related goods. The Mini-Exhibit offers attendees a chance…Read More

Towson Black Comic Book Mini-Fest

Join us for a panel of African-American comic book professionals, hands-on workshops for all ages, Black comic book exhibit, comic book marketplace, Cosplay, and special surprises at Towson’s first Black Comic Book Mini-Fest! The TOWSON BLACK COMIC BOOK MINI-FEST at Towson University Liberal Arts Bldg. / 251 University Ave. / Towson, MD 21204 A spectacular…Read More

Panel Discussion at Rutgers Camden Comic-Con

Great event was held today at Rutgers University Camden Campus for the 1st Annual RU Comic-Con. See flyer. Eric Battle, Reggie Byers, Jos Duncan, Yumy Odom, Anthony L. Ballard, Lavett Ballard, and Suliman Onque Eric Battle, Reggie Byers, Jos Duncan and Yumy Odom

ECBACC City Hall Exhibit Showcase #12

Art in City Hall Exhibit Showcase #12: Comic Book Art as Fine Art. ECBACC City Hall Exhibit Showcase #12: A Tribute to the Region’s 1st Africana Comic Book Convention. On display from March 17th – June 2nd. Peter Crimmins of WHYY interviews Yumy Odom, Pres. ECBACC, on site at The City Hall ECBACC Exhibit on…Read More

ECBACC Participated at the Schomburg Center’s Black Comic Book Festival

Natasha Ononogbo, multi-talented performer, and Akinseye Brown, ECBACC VP, at the event. An historic moment for Cosplayers as Milestone Media’s Static, Marvel Comics’ Power Man and First World Komix’s Raya Blackmoon, joined by an ECBACC Askari Cherub know as Baba Shenkarr (in the back), pose for one of the many photos taken at the event.…Read More

ECBACC on Philadelphia WURD 900 AM

On Sunday April 15th, 2012, ECBACC Board of Directors; President Yumy Odom, Vice President Akinseye Brown and Secretary Shenkarr Davis; were guests of the Philadelphia WURD 900 AM radio “New World View” program hosted by Mr. David Barnes. The interview consisted of a conversation about the history of Black images in comic books, and the…Read More

MLK Symposium at U Penn

On February 3, 2012 The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention, Inc. received an award from University of Pennsylvania’s 2012 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Symposium on Social Change. The event was held at Huntsman Hall on the University’s campus and hosted by artist Stephanie Renee and Ms. Pamela Godboldt, UPenn administrator. The…Read More

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