BFAP #106: Milestones, Movements, and MPLS (feat. Joseph P. Illidge)

The Brothers talk about the past, present, and future of Black storytelling, depictions of Black masculinity, and the magic of the Minneapolis sound that launched the legend of Prince with Executive Editor of Heavy Metal magazine Joseph P. Illidge.

New BFAP theme music is by Gedun

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Be on the look out for MPLS Sound, the latest graphic novel by Joseph P. Illidge, available April 13 (in bookstores) and April 14 (in comic book shops)

Learn more about Joseph P. Illidge!

Order the Access Guide to the Black Comic Book Community 2020-2021 by Dimitrios Fragiskatos, George Carmona 3rd, and Joseph P. Illidge

The Black Masculinity Triangle of “Virgil,” “Luke Cage,” and “Cyborg” – Joseph P. Illidge for Comic Book Resources

Check out Walter Mosley‘s Life Out of Context

New Study Finds Undervaluing of Black-Led Projects Costs Hollywood $10 Billion Annually – Dino-Ray Ramos for Deadline

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