Tag Archives: Black History Month

SUPER HERO SPEAK: #190: SHEQUETA SMITH PODCAST

This week the guys sit down with writer and film maker Shequeta Smith. Shequeta not only the writer of Rayven Choi she also has founded the imprint Shero Comics. Her goal is to focus on stories with strong African American female leads. They talk about how she got started, her comics and what her plans are for...
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COMIC CRUSADERS: BLACK HISTORY MONTH IS LIT AS RAYVEN CHOI HITS COMIXOLOGY AND VIMEO ON DEMAND THIS WEEK

Rayven Choi Takes Flight and Lands Twice in the Realm of Multimedia This Black History Month, a new superheroine lands in both the film and comic book worlds with the release of Rayven Choi. Written by, Shequeta L. Smith, Rayven Choi tells the gripping story of an African-American girl who is orphaned and sent...
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NORTH STATE JOURNAL: SALISBURY NATIVE SEEKS TO DISRUPT THE COMIC BOOK INDUSTRY WITH AFRICAN-AMERICAN HEROINE

Rayven Choi isn’t just a fearless orphan who finds herself caught amidst international conflict, she’s also one of the first African American heroines in comic book history. Yet, the woman who brought Choi to life is somewhat of a heroine herself.

Born in Salisbury, Shequeta L....

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