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G-Brewer

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I graduated with a BFA in Fine Arts from the Columbus College of Art and Design. I've created illustrations for numerous companies and publications including TSR, Inc., Visionary Entertainment Studios, The New Orleans Tribune, Frost Illustrated, Tygeron Graphics, and Unchained Spirit Enterprises, a children’s book publisher. I'm best known for the six-part comic series Askari Hodari, which I wrote, illustrated and published. Askari Hodari was nominated twice and eventually won the Howard E. Day Prize. I was also nominated for a Glyph Award in the Best Self-Publisher category for his Askari Hodari series. My newest project is a five-part, post-apocalyptic comic series called Lorreign. The story follows restaurant manager Lorraine Williams as she tries to keep herself and a newborn alive as the world literally falls apart around them.

Issue 2 of my post-apocalyptic comic Lorreign is now available! The second issue picks up where the first left off. The world as we know it appears to have come to an end. Executive chef Lorraine Williams struggles to keep herself and a newborn a
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My trade paperback, Askari Hodari: Guerrillas, Gunsmoke & Mirrors is finally finished.  148 pages of gritty goodness! It's a collection of the six part comic series called Askari Hodari that  I wrote,  illustrated and published between 2001 and 2003. It was nominated twice and eventually won the Howard E. Day Prize. I was also nominated for a Glyph Award in the Best Self-Publisher category. The story centers around three vigilantes fighting crime, poverty and inequity.  Superheroes with a social conscience.   An amalgam of the Black Panther Party and Batman.   Grab a copy here Askari Hodari
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A gallery of African Art that has appeared at the QCC Art Gallery in Bayside, Queens:

qcc-art.deviantart.com/gallery…

And if you're in the NYC area...stop  by...love to have you visit!
it's good to see you bro. Glenn here on Devientart!!, your artwork is the bomb!! awesome, keep up the masterpieces you create, I will keep you posted throughout the year on the Tamulyaat project, the Ujima old book will be resurrected from the dusty book shelf and cobwebs, I NEVER FORGOT WHAT YOU SUGGESTED FOR THAT OLD COMIC BOOK FROM THE 90'S, always peace and love my brother...
Same to you. brah.  Let me know when you're ready to scan your pages in.
almost in position my brother, just got to work out a few more tweeks, I WOULD like to see you soon to school me on the scanning, Im still fred flintstone using primitive methods,, I need help, S.O.S.
You still drawing every day at that same spot?
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