Kids learn to make comics with Crazee Comics

Posted on July 17, 2009 (Da Craze)

Official Press Release:

Union City, NJ

Media@CrazeeComics.com

“Kids learn to create comics with Crazee”

 Crazee Comics Media Group – A Small Press Publisher of Comic Books and Kids books has announced today that it’s founder Samuel Vera has partnered with the Phibbs Community Development Corp, for the summer to teach comic book making at a Bronx summer camp for kids. Samuel is no stranger to teaching summer programs with previous teachings at the YMCA summer camps in uptown NYC.

 

“I was honored to be contacted by event coordinator, Noel Callaway about teaching at the camp this summer. I believe we need to start with the youth to make certain comics continues to have an audience long term.” – Samuel Vera 

 

About Samuel Vera

Samuel Vera has garnered local and National attention for his work on the critically acclaimed comic “There’s an Alien in my Toilet” and has appeared on radio, print and television including Slice of Sci-Fi radio, CNET’s the 404 show, American Latino TV, Streetside NBC, News12, The Neighborhood Journal, Family Magazine, CBS owned KDKA radio, KUSI Channel 9 San Diego News, On the inside now radio, Nuff Said radio, NYU Radio, The Writers Workshop radio show, Fan Boy radio, License Magazine, NJ Journal Newspaper, Publishers Weekly, Bronxnet, Comic Geek Speak, Fanboy Radio,and more.

 

About Crazee Comics Media Group

Crazee Comics TM is a small press publisher of comic books and now children’s book via Crazee Kids TM. CCM is currently seeking to license its properties in all forms of media from publishing, animation, merchandising and toys and more. Interested parties please inquire via media@crazeecomics.com and add License in the subject line. Visit: www.crazeecomics.com for more. Catch Da Craze Podcast Audio Mix is division of Crazee Media. www.crazeecomics.com

 

Fans meet Samuel Vera at San Diego Comic Con in small press booth P08. www.comic-con.org 

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