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AWOL- Japanese Edition
Thank you, Professor Angelina Nunez-Arellanes, for introducing us to your EPCC student Ryoko from Okinawa, Japan. Our collaboration resulted in the Japanese language version of AWOL. Now available! Click on this link to access it. DUKEScomics is proud to announce our upcoming invitation to Japan for Tokyo Comic Con 2018!
AWOL- Black Label Anniversary Edition Premiere/Tour 2018
For the first Anniversary of AWOL, we did a Fall tour of fun and transformative comic-cons. We introduced our new English Edition featuring enhanced art and lettering as well as a bold new cover. Thank you to MexAmeriCon, FanX Salt Lake, Sol-Con and CXC.
DUKEScomics’ EPMA Summer Art Camp “COMIC BOOKS + SUPERHEROES”
DUKEScomics would like to thank our class of young creators who attended our Summer Art Camp “COMIC BOOKS + SUPERHEROES” at the El Paso Museum of Art Maker Space. It was an intensive and inspirational week. Our appreciation also goes out to @elpasomuseumofart and Art Bridges Foundation for making it all happen. – CONSTANTER
Photo credit : Edgar Picazo. Post effects :DUKEScomics
EPCC SOUL NIGHT Interview
This is an interview with an inspiring family done during EPCC SOUL NIGHT in El Paso, Texas during 2018 Black History Month. Our Gratitude goes out to EPCC Diversity Programs, McCall Neighborhood Center, The Divine Nine, and Clocking In: My Life After Retirement.
DUKEScomics’ A.W.O.L. 2018 Glyph Award Nominations!
We are grateful that our first graphic novel A.W.O.L. was nominated for (3) 2018 GLYPH COMICS AWARDS by The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention: STORY OF THE YEAR A.W.O.L.; BEST FEMALE CHARACTER Cruz Ochoa; FAN AWARD FOR BEST WORK A.W.O.L. – Elvira Carrizal-Dukes, writer, Ronnie Dukes, artist.
DUKEScomics’ EPCC TV Interview
Thank you to professor Blevins and the EPCC TV crew for such a great experience. If you’ve wanted to learn about the DUKEScomics philosophy, work and origin, this interview covers it. We hope to teach and demystify the process of creation and make it accessible to all to tell their own stories.
A.W.O.L. available at Barnes & Noble
Thanks to our friends at Barnes & Noble Sunland Park, A.W.O.L. is now available upon request at a Barnes & Noble near you! Tell your favorite Barnes that you want A.W.O.L. for YOUR local shelves.
UTEP Library Special Collections Induction
Our graphic novel A.W.O.L. is officially part of the UTEP Library Latino Comics Special Collections, which celebrated its 50-year anniversary (click on this link to read the story). Thank you, UTEP Library and Chicana/o Studies for this wonderful opportunity to be a part of an amazing collection of artifacts.
A.W.O.L. now a curated e-book reading experience on Comixology
We’re happy to announce that our graphic novel A.W.O.L. is now available on Comixology, which is the worlds largest online collection of comic books. Click here for the link.
Chicago Libraries embrace A.W.O.L.
A.W.O.L. is currently in several libraries in the Chicago area including Steger, Matheson, Calumet City, Richton Park, Park Forest, Crete, and Chicago Heights. We’re working to make our graphic novel available to more libraries everywhere.
Age rating: 12yr+
Publication date: April 10, 2017
Print length: 108 pages
Women in Film and as Superheroes Interview
Elvira and Ronnie Dukes participated on a panel hosted by the El Paso Times at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in El Paso, Texas, for the upcoming premiere of the feature film Wonder Woman.
EPCON Promotional Update
A.W.O.L. received a very nice mention at the beginning of this video update for El Paso Comic Con 2017. Thank you, Zia Comics!