4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape

4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape

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    Over 100 pages celebrating 50 years of hip-hop!

    • Troy Jeffrey-Allen tells the tale of your favorite MC’s favorite MC, MF DOOM, in ALL CAPS,  edited by the First Lady of Black Comix, Maia “Crown” Williams!
    • Legendary publisher Joe Illidge (Milestone Media, DC Comics, Heavy Metal, Lion Forge) reminds us why Luke Cage is a revolutionary, and necessary, portrayal of Black heroism in Real Life Proves Why Luke Cage Endures!
    • Colleen Douglas provides a tale of spiritual horror with the atmospheric Silk Cotton!
    • And, the architect of the Blaxis Jiba Molei Anderson pops up again breaking down the union of Hip hop and Comics with The Other Element and Wu-Massacre: The 37th Chamber!
    • Much more!
    • Includes a free bookmark by artist SMACK!

    4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape began in 2013 as an art installation that ran for four months at Chicago institution The Silver Room. The event celebrated the cultural diversity of the independent comic book scene… And, was a stone groove, baby.

    In 2015, the first volume of the 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape anthology series hit the stands. They said it couldn’t be done, but eight volumes later, 4 Pages 16 Bars has become the longest-running anthology series celebrating independent works from creators of color!

    2023 is also the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop and this volume '23 Til Infinity, not only celebrates the resiliency of the culture but also reflects the endurance of the Black Comix movement.

    Released by Griot Enterprises

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