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This looks dope!!! "Cybernetic ‘Area Boys’. Time travel visa pirates. A war hero declines the family wealth, choosing to become the musical patron and mysterious protector of ghettos. In the future, the triumvirate-ruled Sovereign Union of Nigeria might have risen to become Earth’s mightiest nation, spanning New Nile to MandelaVille, yet its seamy underbelly still bristles and bustles with wild and wonderful tales of “The Hustle’. Apparently, the more things change, the more they remain the same. Only the hardcore survive Naija. Revolutionary (RevolutionMedia’s publishing arm) and its young adult imprint, DreamWalker, together with Sewedo Nupowaku proudly present, rising, writing phenomenon, Hannu Afere, and hotshot, visual gunslinger, Tarella Pablo, in epic, afro-futuristic tales of greed, gangs and glory on the Naija HardKore graphic series. Coming to you soon on The Hyperdrive platform." #comic #comics #comiccon #comicart #artwork #artist #art #african #africanart #africa #digitalart #digitaldistribution #digitalmarketing #digitalcolouring #digitalcoloring #graphics #nigerianart #naijacomic #supportafricancomics #artstation #comicbookcovers
Regrann from @collydeprime - I have supported Nigerian comics over the years not only has a bias being a creator but also being fascinated by talent that takes dedication to build. I have every one of those comics from every known creator in Nigeria in my collection of over 50 graphic novels. A lot of times the response either encourages or demotivates you. Nigeria is a peculiar place where a lot of things aren't normal. However this should not stop us from pushing the envelopes and literarily throwing our art in front of their faces. The only reason why I am here is because of this. I have faith in our industry and I know someday we would eat the fruits of our labour. Shout out to @lagoscomiccon @comicrepublicmedia @vortexdaily @pedacomics and every Indepent comicbook entrepreneur. We will survive. #supportafricancomics - #regrann
I have supported Nigerian comics over the years not only has a bias being a creator but also being fascinated by talent that takes dedication to build. I have every one of those comics from every known creator in Nigeria in my collection of over 50 graphic novels. A lot of times the response either encourages or demotivates you. Nigeria is a peculiar place where a lot of things aren't normal. However this should not stop us from pushing the envelopes and literarily throwing our art in front of their faces. The only reason why I am here is because of this. I have faith in our industry and I know someday we would eat the fruits of our labour. Shout out to @lagoscomiccon @comicrepublicmedia @vortexdaily @pedacomics and every Indepent comicbook entrepreneur. We will survive. #supportafricancomics
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