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DUKEScomics’ collaboration with Alzheimer’s Association West Texas Chapter

Our 2020 journal writing and doodling sessions have concluded. We plan to offer more in 2021. Click on this link to learn more about our virtual workshops, a collaboration with DUKEScomics, the Alzheimer’s Association West Texas Chapter, and UTEP. No experience is necessary. Beginners are welcome.

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A.W.O.L new cover!

We hope you enjoy this labor of love and thank you for your support! Click on this link or the image below to get the book.

2018 Black Label Anniversary Edition New Cover

In our Graphic Novel, life on the Frontera has never been easy. It’s getting harder. How can you make the “right” decision when that’s not an option? We all have knuckleheads in our families and this makes life that much more complicated. Cruz has two days to ship out and possibly less to save her brother. The question is where does her allegiance lie. It’s easy to think of life as black and white, good and bad, justice and criminal. But what about family versus country? Cruz has a hard choice to make with little time to do it. A.W.O.L. is an over 100 page, full color, action/ adventure.

Here’s a short video preview of the A.W.O.L. Black Label Anniversary Edition.

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WBEZ 91.5 NPR CHICAGO interview with Ronnie Dukes

Ronnie Dukes, who uses quill and ink on hand-made paper from Nepal, is attending his first ever Comic Con. He draws a series called the Vitruvian Hero, based on Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man.

“I decided after 10 years of exhibiting work that I wanted to tell a complete story and have it out there,” Dukes told me. “I really need to take this seriously.”

Click this link to read the full article.



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Evanston Public Library Interview with Ronnie Dukes

“I am very inspired by Evanston and more inspired by creating something that will inspire kids to create and have the confidence to have a different vision of the world.  I have a lot of hometown pride and love to see artists who represent us in a great way.” -Ronnie Dukes

Click on this link to read the full interview.

by the Evanston public library from a solo exhibition.