Comic-Con Museum@Home Fun Book #30: Comics & Black History


 

Comic-Con Museum@Home Fun Book #30: Comics & Black History

THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 2021

Comic-Con Museum@Home Fun Book #30: Comics & Black History

In 1865, the Black Republican and Office Holders Journal became the first known newspaper to include humorous spot cartoons by Black artists. This month's Fun Book celebrates the impact Black creators have made on comics and pop culture from then to today. Color, embellish, and hang up a quote by creator Alitha E. Martinez, draw on your knowledge of Black history and comics to complete the Cross Purpose crossword, challenge a friend or family member to a game of Dots & Boxes before looking up the works featured in it, and more! Send photos of you with your finished sheets and projects to museumops@comic-con.org for a chance to be featured on our social media.

Click here to download Comic-Con Museum@Home Fun Book #30!