Welcome, Laguna Woman!
We just posted her image on Facebook a day ago — and she’s already getting notice.
If you’ve been following the storyline of “Super Indian Issue #5 – The Curse of Blud Kwan’Tum,” you’ll be familiar with Phoebe Francis. She’s about to make a big transformation and — well, you’ll have to keep coming back on Mondays to check out what happens.
We’re excited that the folks at PowWows.com were so intrigued they featured “Laguna Woman” on their website today. Check it out here:
We are super excited to be bringing members of the Indigenous Narratives Collective to the Autry National Center in Los Angeles. On Sunday, October 6th from 1-3pm, Arigon Starr, Lee Francis IV, Jonathan Nelson and Theo Tso will be on hand to tell folks about their experiences creating Native comic books and help interested community members learn how they can tell their own stories in comics or graphic novels. Here’s the flyer — we hope to see you there!
We love Facebook funnies. One of Arigon’s friends, Pamela Peters, posted this image to her Facebook page. It made us think of the hapless “Giblet,” protagonist of the parody “Never at Dusk,” which has been front and center in Super Indian Issue #5. See if you don’t agree!
You’ve already seen Arigon Starr’s version of Ms. Stewart, aka Giblet:
We “heart” pop culture here in the Super Indian Universe. We hope you agree!