Tag Archives: KOREAN GRAPHIC NOVEL

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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READERS FAVORITE: RAYVEN CHOI BOOK REVIEW

Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite Rayven Choi: Koreamerica is the first graphic novel in the Rayven Choi series, written by Shequeta Smith. A man kneels in the woods, mocking her, daring her to pull the trigger. She is filled with so much hatred, loathing and anger. BANG! Rayven’s obsessive thoughts overwhelm her...
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