We’re so excited when bloggers from outside the Native American community find a lot to love about “Super Indian.” Click the link to read what writer Allie Jane Bruce had to say about Arigon’s work:
YES! Arigon Starr will have a table in the Small Press Area in the Exhibit Hall at this year’s WonderCon. As most of you know, WonderCon is a part of Comic Con — yes, the big convention everyone talks about in San Diego. The Convention started in San Francisco, spent a couple of years in Anaheim and now will make it’s big debut at the Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles.
Arigon will have preview looks at “Super Indian Volume Three” and “Tales of the Mighty Code Talkers,” in addition to copies of all volumes of “Super Indian” and the Canadian Indigenous Comic Anthology “Moonshot.”
She will be there all three days and we hope to meet a lot of you there! Here’s a flyer with more details.
Journalist/Publisher Brian Lush published a podcast featuring an interview with Arigon about her work on “Super Indian.” It’s filled with fun, plus audio clips from the original “Super Indian” radio program. Click the link and take a listen!
During this past summer, Arigon Starr and Lee Francis were interviewed by Carrie Saldo of Rocky Mountain PBS for their “Arts District” program. The interviews took place at the wonderful Denver Comic Con. The segment aired in Denver PBS — and has now been picked up by the national news program, “PBS Newshour.”
If you missed it — here’s the link.
Or watch here: