THE BLOX TV HONORS BRONX HEROES!
Bronx Heroes will be making an appearance and signing at the Five Points Festival on Sat. May 20, 2017 - Sun. May 21, 2017. Friday, May 19
8:00 PM – Designer Toy Awards
Saturday, May 20
10:00 AM – VIP & Media Preview
11:00 AM to 8:00 PM – Open to the Public
Sunday, May 21
10:00 AM – VIP & Media Preview
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM – Open to the Public
Bronx Heroes will be at the Hudson Valley Comic Con at Gold’s Gym this Spring with an upgraded Kids Zone, Gaming Lounge, and Main Floor
2nd Annual Hudson Valley Comic Con will take place May 6th-7th 2017 at Golds Gym in Poughkeepsie, NY.
The Black Speculative movement comes to NYC @ the Bronx Museum.
WOMEN IN COMICS 3rd Anniversary Convention
WOMEN IN COMICS 3rd AnnualConvention is taking place on March 25th 2017 from 11am-7pm at the Bronx Library Center! We'll have Panel Discussions, Workshops, Fabulous Vendors and more! Guest List, Panel Schedule, and Vendors TBA! Admission is free to the public, but please RSVP on Eventbrite!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/winc-con-2017-tickets-30803129991
January - May 2017.
Noir: Defining the Melodrama
Curator: Juanita Lanzo, Charlie Vázquez & Kimberly Vaquedano-Rose
Noir: Defining the Melodrama presents works by artists inspired by the genre film noir*. Artists in this exhibition revisit, re-imagine, appropriate and respond to iconography in noir that addresses current events, crime, urban life, gender roles, isolation and displacement through drawings, illustrations, painting, photography and video.
Participating artists: Laura Alvarez, Tyrone Brown-Osborne, Carey Clark, Alyssa Clear, Robert De Jesus, Ray Felix, Elizabeth Glushko & Steve Pavlovsky, Daniel Hauben, Rasheed Humphrey, Patrick Jewell, Nikki Johnson, Jayson Keeling, Gabrielle Lopez, Jeanette May, Osjua Newton, Gelah Penn, Nestor Perez-Moliere, Jaime Permuth, Ethan Shoshan, Shira Toren, Nitza Tufiño, Dennesa Usher, Boo Lynn Walsh, Joe Wippler, and Michael Young.
*Film noir genre generally refers to mystery and crime drama films produced from the early 1940s to the late 1950s. Movies of this genre were characteristically shot in black and white, and featured stories involving femme fatales, doomed heroes or anti-heroes, and tough, cynical detectives. Other characteristics include low key or artificial lighting, scenes shot at night or under the rain, blurriness and voiced over narrations. The mood in noir films is often pessimistic, implying fear, treason or imminent danger.
Year in review of the Bronx Heroes
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MAWA KEEPER OF THE
The Story: Cup O Java Studio/ Bronx Heroes classic tale which transports us to the year 2082. "Mawa Keeper of the Ankh", forces us to see a possible future where mans greed has finally caught up with him. The world is a barren place, its resources are scare and all that remains of humanity is Ankh.