Occupy Stories: Linda from Manhattan

We are ready to go! Our New release date is December 6th. All submissions are in and ready for print. Only one problem…WE NEED MONEY FOR THE PRINTER. Please help us raise $3000 for printing & shipping by donating here: http://t.co/MP2deBSF

Check posts for Russell Christian’s (http://thebouncybanker.blogspot.com) artwork stories of the 99%

Linda from Manhattan

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Occupy Stories: Juan from Queens

We are ready to go! Our New release date is December 6th. All submissions are in and ready for print. Only one problem…WE NEED MONEY FOR THE PRINTER. Please help us raise $3000 for printing & shipping by donating here: http://t.co/MP2deBSF

Check posts for Russell Christian’s (http://thebouncybanker.blogspot.com) artwork stories of the 99%

Juan from Queens

Occupy Stories: Featured Artist Russell Christian

WOW…thats all i got to say. Occupy Wall Street is just over a little 2 months old now and look how things done changed. All the way from a small encampment at Zucotti Park that (almost) no one thought was going anywhere to the spawning of a world-wide movement that produced last Thursdays actions in NYC where over 30,000 people shutdown wall street took to the Brooklyn Bridge.

Occupy Comix original plan was to debut Occupy Comix Vol. 1 Issue 1 at the #N17 actions but at last due to some over capacity issues we pushed back our timeline. But Occupy still was able to have a presence felt at #N17. Thanks to todays featured artist Russell Christian. When we put out a call for artists submissions about a month ago Russell was one of the first to answer. Lucky for us he did. The outreach committee for #N17 reached out to Occupy Comix to do flyers for the midday actions, mobilizing people from the 5 Boroughs. Russell put together these 5 Comic Flyers that featured the stories of low-income members of community organizations from each Borough. In other word he help tell the stories of the 99% using comics. This is an example of what Occupy Comix hopes to accomplish with the release of Occupy Comix Vol. 1 issue 1.

We are ready to go! Our New release date is December 6th. All submissions are in and ready for print. Only one problem…WE NEED MONEY FOR THE PRINTER. Please help us raise $3000 for printing & shipping by donating here: http://t.co/MP2deBSF

Check posts for Russell Christian’s (http://thebouncybanker.blogspot.com) artwork stories of the 99%

EDGAR From Brooklyn

Occupy Comix on The Radio!

 

 

In case you missed it check it out here: http://bit.ly/vmhaXH Occupy Comix representing on Miami’s own Let’s Talk About It!

As we get closer to the release date of the Occupy Comix Vol. 1 we are starting to get more attention. Look for Occupy Comix to come out on November 17th. Keep sending us love at occupycomix@gmail.com.

 

 

Meet the Invincible….99ers!

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Marie Rivera aka SHRAPNEL: An unemployed Army Vet. Her power is to make kinetic objects explode.
Charlie Tan aka EXPRESS: An unemployed food delivery man. His power is super speed.
Neha Patel aka FLO: An unemployed science teacher. Her power is to manipulate dormant forms of energy.
Jimmy Connelly aka HARD HAT: An unemployed construction worker. His power is super strength.
Jesus Gonzalez aka EL FUEGO: An unemployed cook. His power is to control fire and shoot flames.
Tony Baloney aka FUZZ: An unemployed Policeman. His power is to generate electric blasts.

OCCUPY COMIX: Call for submissions: Issue #1

We are living through a critical moment in American history and that of the world. Occupy Comix is being launched to bring you the critical stories and dreams of struggle occurring all around us.

 

We are making a call to all artists and writers to help transform our world, to build a new Mythos of Hope.

 

The first project we want to create is a free monthly comic book chronicling the lives of the 99%. We are calling for submissions from artists and writers who would like to work on short stories. The type and quality of printing will depend on the amount of money we raise on Kickstarter and any funds left over will be distributed evenly to the artists and writers who get published.

 

The print copies will be given out for free at Occupy Wall Street and finances willing, at Occupy events across the nation.

 

Submissions Guidelines:

 

• No more than 5 pages long

• Geared for all ages – let’s keep it educational 🙂

• Incorporate the theme of “We are the 99%”

• Be creative – we are not just looking for graphic novel journalism

• Submissions deadline for print issue #1 is Friday November 4th

• Our publishing deadline for issue #1 is Friday November 18th and digital ASAP

 

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