Activist Alonzo Washington to contribute to INDIE COMICS MAGAZINE #2

by Jeff

FEB110699 Activist Alonzo Washington to contribute to INDIE COMICS MAGAZINE #2Media Release — Omega-7 Publisher and Activist Alonzo Washington will contribute to Indie Comics Magazine #2, announced Editor Gary Scott Beatty. The book is available ONLY through pre-order at your local comic book shop through February’s Diamond Comic Distributors’ Previews catalog.

Washington, through Omega-7 Publishing, offers comic books to make a difference in the real world, change negative imagery of black men in the media, challenge the press to cover abducted African American children, and address health issues.

With Omega Man and the Galactic Zone of African-American Super Heroes, Washington addresses social issues in full color comics. The Indie Comics Magazine story features art by Johnny Johnson.

Washington has been known to paint over gang graffiti, march on drug houses, challenge corrupt policemen and aid hate crime victims. He has helped police agencies solve homicides and missing person cases. His America’s Forgotten Children publication helped close the Precious Doe missing child case.

Each issue of Indie Comics Magazine will feature full stories from many different independent comic book creators, said Beatty. Short biographies and contact information are included with the stories so readers can easily seek out more of their favorite creators’ work. Alonzo Washington can be found at

Indie Comics Magazine #2 is available ONLY through the Previews order magazine at your local comic shop. Issue #1 is available for preorder NOW in January’s Previews. Issue two is offered in February’s Previews. Information about Indie Comics Magazine is online at

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