Jamilah McDowell, a biology major at the University of Cincinnati’s Blue Ash campus, returns to Queen City Black Comix Day on June 25! She will display some of her paintings and sell postcard versions of them at the event. McDowell is responsible for many of our event flyers and our super dope mascot, Frobot!
On Aug. 29, Midwest BSFA held their first Queen City Black Comix Day. Nine creative artists collected together to talk to attendees about their art, comic genres, artistic techniques and what inspires them. Geeks of varying ages traveled across Cincinnati to the St. Bernard library branch to discuss and share their love of comic books. Read More
Queen City Black Comix Day is finally here! We’re looking forward to seeing all of your lovely faces this Saturday, Aug. 29! Here’s our final lineup of participants:
COSTUME CONTEST: The kids costume contest, which will be judged by local cosplayer Sebastian Hexx, will start at 2 p.m. There are two categories: 1-12 years old and 13-19 years old. Prizes go to the winner of each category!
LOGISTICS: The St. Bernard library branch is on the corner of McClelland Ave. and Vine St. in the St. Bernard neighborhood (the address is 10 McClelland Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45217) and there is a parking lot available a half block east of the building.
See you there!
Jamilah McDowell (“some people know me as Mimi, others Jaja, many more as that girl with the death glare and monotone voice”), a biology major at the University of Cincinnati’s Blue Ash campus, will participate in Queen City Black Comix Day on Aug. 29! She will display some of her paintings and sell postcard versions of them at the event. Read More