Posts by Greg Anderson Elysee

About Greg Anderson Elysee

Greg Anderson Elysee is a Haitian-American comic writer, educator, filmmaker, and model. He is the writer and creator of the comic series Is'nana the Were-Spider, which has garnered 5 Glyph Awards including Best Writer and Story of the Year. He is also the writer of The Gentleman: Darkness of the Void and Marassa, both for Evoluzione Publishing.

Anderson Elysee's work frequently incorporates various themes of Black spirituality in hope of showcasing often misinformed beliefs into more positive narratives.

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Chatting and Arting with Walter Ostlie

Chatting and Arting with Walter Ostlie

Walter Ostlie is a full-time comic creator, writer, and artist. He started teaching himself to write and draw in 2008 and had his first graphic novel, Cubicles, published in 2011 by Red5 Comics. After the success of Cubicles, Ostlie moved on to his sophomore project, Shiver Bureau, which raised over $13,000 on Kickstarter. Shiver Bureau […]

YouNeek Studios First Ever Teen Hero Iyanu Hits Kickstarter

YouNeek Studios' First Ever Teen Hero Iyanu Hits Kickstarter

 The works from YouNeek Studio has been some of my favorite comic books to be released within the past few years. Run by  Roye Okupe, YouNeek has created their own universe ranging from the times of Ancient Africa to modern and futuristic themes. Okupe has been one of the hardest working people I know and […]

Micah BlackLight &#038 His Unconventionally Trippy Black Erotica LER

Micah BlackLight & His Unconventionally Trippy Black Erotica, LER!

Micah BlackLight can perhaps be described as a defiant, volcanic force of Nature's creation, wearing the body of a brown-skinned catalyst clad in clothing he created (literally), and bursting with perpetual inspiration and enthusiasm to match. He describes himself as a human, alien, angel hybrid art-filled being who laughs as a means of infecting fellow […]

The Crossing of Black Indie Books with Publisher Jason Reeves

The Crossing of Black Indie Books with Publisher Jason Reeves

The award winning studio 133art is a Los Angeles based comic book imprint founded by illustrator Jason Reeves. The studio is comprised of a small group of freelance professionals; including Reeves, writer Alverne Ball, and colorist Luis Guerrero. The three are collaborators on several of 133art's comics and properties: the Glyph Award winning OneNation, F-00 […]

Continuing the Legacy of Robert Garrett with Niya Garrett and Regine Sawyer

Continuing the Legacy of Robert Garrett with Niya Garrett and Regine Sawyer

Regine L. Sawyer is the writer and publisher for Lockett Down Productions, a small press company that specializes in cutting edge sci-fi and horror comics. Sawyer is also the coordinator and founder of the Women in Comics Collective International, an organization that focuses on highlighting the merit and craft work of women and non-binary people […]

Enter the Afrofuturism of Infinitum with Tim Fielder

Enter the Afrofuturism of Infinitum with Tim Fielder

Tim Fielder is a NYC based graphic novelist, concept designer, and animator.  He is known for his award winning graphic novel Matty's Rocket and TEDx Talk on the subject of Afrofuturism.  As a life-long afrofuturist, he has aspired to create works that explore the dramatic narratives generated in the intersections of race and technology. To […]

Talking Black Comix Day 2020 in San Diego with Keithan Jones

Talking Black Comix Day 2020 in San Diego with Keithan Jones

Representation continues to be a topic of discussion when it comes to comic books. Readers from all backgrounds and experience like to find themselves reflected in many of the books and media they enjoy. When some of these readers have difficulty finding some of those books that speak to them, they frequent events and conventions […]


GodBody Ascension with Patrick Dougher

GodBody Ascension with Patrick Dougher

Born and raised in Brooklyn New York, Patrick Dougher is a self-taught fine artist, musician, poet, and actor. Dougher has performed and recorded with Sade, the Grammy award winning Dan Zanes, and many others. He's played drums with many notable reggae artists such as Black Uhuru's Michael Rose and Steel Pulses' David Hinds and Hip […]


Kamikaze Kickstarter Mission with Carrie and Alan Tupper

Kamikaze Kickstarter Mission with Carrie and Alan Tupper

Alan and Carrie Tupper and Havana Nguyen are the heart of Moving Ink Media!. Based out of Atlanta, the trio's Glyph award winning work, Kamikaze, has been featured on Bleeding Cool, NPR, Syfy and various other news outlets! The series has been described as "If Mad Max and Batman Beyond raised a kid." In this […]

Oh the Indie Horror: Mine to Avenge &#038 Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter

Oh, the Indie Horror!: Mine to Avenge & Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: Box of Bones &#038 Blood-Drenched Creature Double Feature

Oh, the Indie Horror!: Box of Bones & Blood-Drenched Creature Double Feature

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: Leave on the Light &#038 Harriet Tubman: Demon Slayer

Oh, the Indie Horror!: Leave on the Light & Harriet Tubman: Demon Slayer

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: Sin Eaters: Devotion Books &#038 Man of Sin

Oh, the Indie Horror!: Sin Eaters: Devotion Books & Man of Sin

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: InferNoct &#038 El Peso Hero

Oh, the Indie Horror!: InferNoct & El Peso Hero

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: Boston Metaphysical Society &#038 Nightmare Cafe

Oh, the Indie Horror: Boston Metaphysical Society & Nightmare Cafe

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: WitchDoctor by Kenjji Jumanne-Marshall

Oh, the Indie Horror: WitchDoctor by Kenjji Jumanne-Marshall

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: Home &#038 Crescent City Monsters

Oh, the Indie Horror: Home & Crescent City Monsters

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]

Oh the Indie Horror: Diary of a Mad Black Werewolf

Oh, the Indie Horror: Diary of a Mad, Black Werewolf

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. The darkness, the spookiness, and oh, the horror! I've always been fascinated by themes of the unknown creeping in and terrifying us, or the repressed finally erupting into chaos. One thing growing up that I always wanted, though, was to see more characters of color as the […]