For All of the Comic-Con Fans… ***UPDATED*** (Re-blogged)

San Diego Comic-Con International will be wrapping up this year’s event by Monday. I would have liked to attend, but the budget didn’t allow for any major excursions. I’ll just start saving up funds, get my cosplay gear ready, and do a convention-related tour in 2020!

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Eyrie Of An Aries

Credit: http://www.blogto.com

…if you’re lucky enough to have attended Comic-Con in Toronto recently, or are currently in San Diego enjoying the madness, this is for you! Enjoy…

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http://teamcoco.com/video/conan-comic-con-mad-max?playlist=x;eyJ0eXBlIjoicG9wdWxhciIsImlkIjpudWxsfQ

http://teamcoco.com/video/anime-conan-andy?playlist=x;eyJ0eXBlIjoidGFnIiwiaWQiOjJ9

Credit: http://www.washingtonpost.com

***UPDATED SUNDAY, 12 JULY 2015***

Credit: comicsalliance.com

Last, but certainly not least, honourable mention to Congressman John Lewis, who was at SDCC promoting his graphic novel trilogy, March. From Tech Times:

In 1956, a comic book changed John Lewis’s life. It was a ten cent, 14-page floppy that told the story of Martin Luther King’s march on Montgomery. 

“The Martin Luther King story inspired me,” explains the congressman, telling a story he’s no doubt recounted countless times over the past few years. “It told me what happened and how it happened in Montgomery, the involvement of Rosa Parks and hundreds of people. This little book, 14 pages, sold for ten cents and became the blueprint…

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Philadelphia Resident Vashti Dubois Turns Home into Museum Dedicated to Black Women

This is excellent news – I plan on visiting this museum on our next road trip!

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GOOD BLACK NEWS

Museum founder and proprietor Vashti Dubois (photo via metro.co.uk)

by Adam Smith via metro.co.uk

There is a museum like no other in Philadelphia. You would not have heard it, it is not listed anywhere and there are no signs from the motorway. Only the hand carved wooden sign in the garden hinted that the Victorian house was not like any other home in the world – and the woman who opened the door had the smile of someone who knew she was about to amaze you.

For years Vashti Dubois was sick of not seeing any images of black girls or women in museums and art galleries, so three years ago she decided to do something about it. The 56-year-old turned her house into The Colored Girls Museum, celebrating everything about black women and their place in the universe. Standing in the hallway, which screams with colour due to every inch…

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