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In Now that the movie Black Panther has turned out to be a cultural and money-making phenomenon—interest in comic books and how to create them is bound to spike.

There are several well-established black comic books writers and artists who have worked on major comic book titles including Batman, Deadpool, Spider-Man and more. Yet, more comic book creatives are going the independent route; launching their own superheroes and controlling their stories.

Jazmin Truesdale is a comic book aficionado who launched Aza—a branding/comics/design company. Aza Comics has two titles, The Keepers and Aza Minis—a child-friendly comic.


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