Artist Projects

KuroManga Magazine


Kito Jumanne-Marshall , Kenjji Jumanne-Marshall

KuroManga Magazine is an independent comic anthology that combines American hip-hop superhero characters with Japanese Manga-style anime environments. This project joins two culturally specific styles of graphic art and animation that have profoundly influenced one another for years. Each issue of KuroManga features scenarios that mimic those of traditional Manga anthologies. In “GunBoy,” a pack of ingenious children builds a robot to save their city from a gang war; in “One Man Army,” a hip-hop artist narrates a series of underground crime-fighting adventures.

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    Kito Jumanne-Marshall

    Kito Jumanne-Marshall co-founded Griot Comics and is a marketing, PR and interactive communications specialist whose background includes twelve years…

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    Kenjji Jumanne-Marshall

    Kenjji is a comic artist based in Detroit. His exhibitions include the Psionic Distortion Exhibition in Tokyo, the Plum Blossoms Gallery in New York,…

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  • Events

    Apr 13 – Dec 22, 2018
    Fallen Fruit Present "Empire" at Newcomb Art Museum



    Oct 07 – Oct 07, 2018
    Liz Glynn Presents "The Archaeology of Another Possible Future"



    Apr 30 – Sep 28, 2018
    Erika Blumenfeld's Meteor Drawings at Moody Center for the Arts



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    April 15, 2015
    Project Premiere: Emily Johnson's SHORE in Lenapehoking (New York City)



    April 7, 2015
    Project Premiere: Kerry Tribe Solo Exhibition "The Loste Note" at 356 Mission in Los Angeles



    March 19, 2015
    Project Premiere: Carlos Motta Launches Web-Based Project "Gender Talents"



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