Okay, for years I've been promising to add a links page, but I just haven't gotten around to it. So today I said to myself, "Jerry, it's time you show some love to some folks who are out there trying to do the same thing that you are doing. Provide something worthy to our folks." Then my son said, "mom, dad's talking to himself again!"
So here are some folks that I have found really deserving of links. Oh and if you want to link to this site, feel free to swipe the banner at the bottom of the page:
The East Coast Black Age of Comic Convention
I've been going to Philly every year since the beginning. It's a great place to pick up some really cool stuff and meet LOTS of cartoonists of color. And even a few celebs. And unlike most other comic conventions, this one is REALLY kid friendly.
the African American Literature Book Club - The #1 Site for "Readers of Black Literature"
They've been a supporter of mine since the very beginning. It's a great site!
HEALING STARTS WITH US
"Black Pain" written by Terrie Williams
Depression is a fact of Black life. This book endeavors to open a dialogue--to give a voice to our pain and name it so we can make a space for our healing.
PLEDGE NOW: www.healingstartswithus.net
The Black Comic Book and Superhero Portal
Check out the books that should be part of your comic library
Getting Connected Through Books
World's Largest African-American Selection
Books, Videos, Music, Toys, Calendars & More
Another supporter from the beginning.
CARICATURES BY KERRY
Caricaturist, illustator and graphic designer Kerry Johnson
DoodleBugs is a quality children’s and maternity consignment store located at 918 Benvenue Road in Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
Writer / Illustrator Jim Keefe
Talented Artist and loyal friend, what a combo! He did a fanatatic job on the Flash Gordon comic strip for years!
ERIC JEROME DICKEY
NY Times Best-Selling Author
Great writer, cool guy and a big Mama's Boyz supporter.
My Favorite Stand-Up Comic
Really funny. Thought-Provoking. And Clean!
From the mind of Mama's Boyz supporter Adrian Harper, writer of the Tales of Urban Horror Series, a series of horror books targeted toward multicultural young adults.
I guess the name says it all.
COMICS IN THE CLASSROOM
A Comics Site for Teachers, Parents and Librarians
Thank you, Scott Tingly, for featuring Mama's Boyz on the site!
TEACHERS AGAINST PREJUDICE
The Name Says it All
Thanks for the great review on Mama's Boyz: Home Schoolin'!