Asian American Comic Con 2009

It’s been MONTHS since I’ve made a post. I’ve been sick for some time. Now that I’m back in good form, it’s time for some content goodies.

I went to the first annual Asian American Comic Con 2009 on Saturday, July 11th. The event was held at the NEW Museum of Chinese in America on Centre Street in NYC. It was a small, but cozy event.

Keith Chow is one of the authors/artists for the book, “SECRET IDENTITIES: THE ASIAN AMERICAN ANTHOLOGY”. Hear what he has to say about the maiden voyage of this event.

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Remember that wonderful martial arts cartoon, Avatar: The Last Airbender on Nickolodeon? The live action adaptation of M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender is causing quite an angry stir among film goers, asians and other minorities.

Nora Jemisin from RaceBending.com gave her two cents on why you shouldn’t waste your money on this up coming flick.

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The con featured well-known and up-and-coming artists from the Asian American realm. Comic titans Sean Chen and Bernard Chang duke it out in a Super Art Fight.

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