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Over the web, we worked on a comic book project where they created their own characters and the world in which the characters exist. As the phrase goes, you have like seven plots in the universe and everything is a variation on that. If they hadn't brought their A game to it, this wouldn't have happened. The kid in me is jumping up and down and will continue to do that because that's where my stories come from, that excited kid. Anyone who still has that xeroxed stapled comic of ours, god bless them! That's a lot of years of having faith in something. We had an art exhibition and we did workshops with hundreds of students and we had a conference on the campus of the University of Dakar that several African artists were involved in. When did you start writing what would become "Blackjack"? Those globetrotting adventures made me want to get out and see the world, have adventures. We've been doing it every year on the campus of Bronx Community College. I wanted to do some research get a better idea of the culture and the mindset so I didn't stereotype the characters. They were congratulating me but this book would not have worked if my team had not done the work that they did. This book is gorgeous to look at. They're going to be doing a project together, hopefully, starting in the fall. We released that in January of this year. How would you feel? I think in creating a story about Arron Day, my lead character, I wanted to speak about father-son relationships. I'm thrilled that Joe Bennett illustrated the story. The son trying to avenge his dad is something that spoke to me on a personal level. Then in , I think, I created the series "Demon Chronicles" and wrote the first story. People say, "Oh, you created a black Indiana Jones. That old saying about one man's terrorist is another man's rebel came to mind and that gave me a spin to put on the lead villain. For some comics fans, though, he'll always be remembered as the writer behind the s adventurer and mercenary Arron Day, star of "Blackjack. I published that last year and got some really nice response. Not to necessarily talk about mine, but ask, what if? I could really envision this having a global audience. He brought in Gene Colan who did some original character sketches. A year-old could be looking at something and if a 5-year-old was standing next to him, it wouldn't be outrageously objectionable. In terms of picking a backdrop, in a lot of the old serials you either went to Europe and fought Nazis or you went to the Middle East and sought treasure and buried temples. I didn't approach it as, I've got to do this story about a black man just for black people. Not because I needed to avenge anything for my father, but my relationship with my father had not been good. So "Blackjack" came into a solid form in the eighties as a story idea and script. 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Alex Simmons has had many careers in and outside of comics for years. Scott and I have known each other since the nineties and have always wanted to do something together. James and I did a pager in one of the Eclipse Comics magazines and then [I did] nothing until "Blackjack" in You've said that you had the idea for "Blackjack" years before the book originally came out.

They need to know that there is a wide diaspora of who we are, what we've done, where we've been -- much of which has been eliminated from history or entertainment either due to racially motivated negative attitudes or simply because folks didn't know. I was surprised because it had been three, four, five years and blackjack dc comics still remember it?

Kids Comic Con is this initiative I created to have an all-ages or family convention where any of the material was reasonably age appropriate.

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I didn't want to do Nazis and I didn't want to take him out on the open seas, so the Middle East was it. Also that gave Arron more to think about than just "I kick butt and shoot people and will eventually take out the bad guy. Dick says, "Alex, you created this strong globetrotting adventure hero who goes all over the world, so why is your first story totally set in New York City?

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