Art by Stephen Gladue

IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 13

IPI #13 – Stephen Gladue Ah, #yuss ... time for another edition of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series that celebrates Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. In this segment, I get to talk with Stephen Gladue, indigenous artist extraordinaire. Stephen and I both … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 13

Teddy Tso & Captain Paiute

IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 12

IPI #12 – Theo Tso Welcome again, my friends, to another installment of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series that celebrates Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. Today, we have the great pleasure of speaking with Theo Tso, creator of Captain Paiute. You can find Theo … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 12

Jonny Hinkle & his artwork

IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 11

IPI #11 - Jonny Hinkle Welcome to Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or 'IPI' - an quick interview series that spotlights Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. In this edition, I talk to fellow-Oklahoman writer/artist, Jonny Hinkle. Jonny Hinkle is an artist, writer, and creator out of the Tulsa, … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 11

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“Scalped” creator discusses Native American comic book

We (Indigenous People) Should Tell Our Stories "Scalped" is a new comic book line from Vertigo (part of the DC family). While the series creator, Jason Aaron, has the right idea about how presenting Indigenous characters within popular media (i.e., attempting to break racial stereotypes and present some dramatic action), I still maintain that we … Continue reading “Scalped” creator discusses Native American comic book

Chickasaw Adventures

Comic Book with Chickasaw Characters This is a GREAT idea...and the art is well done. This is a comic book that not only showcases a particular Native American culture (Chickasaw), but also demonstrates our "continuance" into modern times. In addition, members of the Chickasaw Nation were involved in the creation process to ensure authenticity within … Continue reading Chickasaw Adventures