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|Posted on Friday, March 06, 2009 - 10:30 am: |
Sent to me by Brother G on Black Science Fiction Society. I've read this brother's work before, and it is HOT!!!!!! Please go out and support this event. Story by Brother G, art by Mshindo, co-produced and voiced by Wesley Snipes. It don't get no better than this....
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--- On Wed, 3/4/09, Gregory Walker/aka Brother G <events@...> wrote:
From: Gregory Walker/aka Brother G <events@...>
Subject: Come join me at Zulu Mech 1 debut at Book Expo America 5/30/09 on BlackScienceFictionSociety
To: "Black CapaCity Literary Arts Festival" <bcmc_richmd@...>
Date: Wednesday, March 4, 2009, 4:03 PM
Where Black Science Fiction Lives & Breathes
Gregory Walker/aka Brother G Gregory Walker/aka Brother G has invited you to the event 'Zulu Mech 1 debut at Book Expo America 5/30/09' on BlackScienceFictionSociety!
Check out "Zulu Mech 1 debut at Book Expo America 5/30/09" on BlackScienceFictionSociety
Gregory Walker/aka Brother G
Time: May 30, 2009 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Jacob Javits Center NY, New York
Organized By: Gregory Walker/aka Brother G
Wesley Snipes To Introduce New Sci-fi Franchise “Zulu Mech 1” At The African American Pavilion During Book Expo America 2009.
New York, NY - March 4, 2009 - Wesley Snipes, the internationally acclaimed star of the “Blade” movie series, is set to introduce Zulu Mech 1, a breakthrough science fiction franchise for which he serves as producer, at the African American Pavilion during this year's Book Expo America at New York's Jacob Javits Center.
Snipes will be on hand along with Zulu Mech 1 co-creators Mshindo I and Brother G, award winning author of the “Shades Of Memnon” epic adventure series on May 30 at 2:00 pm. on the African American Pavilion stage. After an introduction by co-producers Snipes, Mshindo and Bro. G, the BEA audience will be treated to the debut of the Zulu Mech 1 animated adventures series.
“I think the world will be just as pleased as I was when Brother G and Mshindo brought this ground-breaking adventure series to my attention,” said Snipes. “Everybody knows I love sci-fi and there is really nothing like it on the market. Zulu Mech 1 as written by Brother G and illustrated by the amazing Mshindo can easily stand next to other epics like Star Wars on the strength of the story telling alone. But when you consider that it brings a fresh, untapped perspective to scifi, that really makes it hot! We expect ZM1 to be the hottest franchise around.”
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