Moses: Sunday Serial … The Final Chapter!

Following the March release of our Look Book 2021 digital preview, 20th Place Media is back with Moses: Sunday Serial: a brand-new, 4-part comic tale — starring our Afrofuturistic freedom fighter, Moses — presented in vintage, full-page-comic-strip format. And like those old-school “Sunday funnies,” we’ll be dropping new chapters every Sunday for the next month — which you’ll be able to read for FREE here on the 20th Place Media website.

Check out Chapter 4 — the Final Chapter — below … and come back next week for the final Chapter! (Missed parts 1, 2 or 3 of the story? Here you go: Chapter 1Chapter 2, Chapter 3)

Writers: Carlton Hargro + Darrick Hargro. Penciler: Juan C. Baez. Inker: Jon Lyons. Colorist: Manuel Avila. Letterer: Micah Myers.

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Moses: Sunday Serial — Chapter 3

Following the March release of our Look Book 2021 digital preview, 20th Place Media is back with Moses: Sunday Serial: a brand-new, 4-part comic tale — starring our Afrofuturistic freedom fighter, Moses — presented in vintage, full-page-comic-strip format. And like those old-school “Sunday funnies,” we’ll be dropping new chapters every Sunday for the next month — which you’ll be able to read for FREE here on the 20th Place Media website.

Check out Chapter 3 below … and come back next week for the final Chapter! (Missed parts 1 and 2 of the story? Here you go: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.)

Writers: Carlton Hargro + Darrick Hargro. Penciler: Juan C. Baez. Inker: Jon Lyons. Colorist: Manuel Avila. Letterer: Micah Myers.

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Moses: Sunday Serial — Chapter 2

Following the March release of our Look Book 2021 digital preview, 20th Place Media is back with Moses: Sunday Serial: a brand-new, 4-part comic tale — starring our Afrofuturistic freedom fighter, Moses — presented in vintage, full-page-comic-strip format. And like those old-school “Sunday funnies,” we’ll be dropping new chapters every Sunday for the next month — which you’ll be able to read for FREE here on the 20th Place Media website.

Check out Chapter 2 below … and come back next week for Chapter 3! (Miss the first part of the story? Here you go: Chapter 1.)

Writers: Carlton Hargro + Darrick Hargro. Penciler: Juan C. Baez. Inker: Jon Lyons. Colorist: Manuel Avila. Letterer: Micah Myers.

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Moses: Sunday Serial — Chapter 1

Following the March release of our Look Book 2021 digital preview, 20th Place Media is back with Moses: Sunday Serial: a brand-new, 4-part comic tale — starring our Afrofuturistic freedom fighter, Moses — presented in vintage, full-page-comic-strip format. And like those old-school “Sunday funnies,” we’ll be dropping new chapters every Sunday for the next month — which you’ll be able to read for FREE here on the 20th Place Media website.

Check out Chapter 1 below … and come back next week for Chapter 2!

Writers: Carlton Hargro + Darrick Hargro. Penciler: Juan C. Baez. Inker: Jon Lyons. Colorist: Manuel Avila. Letterer: Micah Myers.

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20th Place Media Presents: LOOK BOOK 2021!

BIG NEWS: 20th Place Media — the Black-owned entertainment company dedicated to creating and promoting heroes of color — is making another splash in the world of comics … with the release of our LOOK BOOK 2021!

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20th Place Media in the media

Darrick Hargro (left) and Carlton Hargro (Photo by Hyosub Shin/AJC)

A look at press coverage of the 20th Place Media crew and our mission:

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About 20th Place Media

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Nia Griggs art by Bridgit Connell

Named after the street where its founders were raised, 20th place Media was birthed by writers/publishers/brothers Carlton Hargro and Darrick Hargro as a comic book and entertainment company dedicated to creating diverse characters that challenge traditional stereotypes based on race, gender and more.

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