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Lumumba Funk: That's What It Is:

Lumumba Funk: That's What It Is:

by Jiba Anderson

Paperback(The End of the New Mythology's Beginning ed.)

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Tiberius Gracchus Jones is dead, betrayed by his squad when he discovers the dark secrets of a government threatened by the existence of The Horsemen. But, death is only the beginning. Tiberius embarks on a psychedelic journey through time, space and reality where the past will be revealed, the present will be clarified, and the future will be set.

Witness the birth of a new god, and the end of the beginning...

And, did you know that The Horsemen was first published in the 1970s? Learn the secret history of The New Mythology and its original creators with recreations of the title's classic covers from current Horsemen writer/artist Jiba Molei Anderson!

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781078726344
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 09/26/2019
Series: The Horsemen , #4
Edition description: The End of the New Mythology's Beginning ed.
Pages: 50
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.13(d)

About the Author

Jiba Molei Anderson is the owner of Griot Enterprises and creator of its flagship property The Horsemen. He is also the curator of the anthology series 4 Pages 16 Bars: A Visual Mixtape, and maintains The Afrosoul Chronicles a blog dedicated to the discussion of race, politics and the business of popular culture.

Mr. Anderson is also a part of the fine art community having various one-man and group shows including being featured in the books Black Comix and The Encyclopedia of Black Comics as well as lecturing at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and The Smithsonian National Museum of African Art with The Horsemen’s inclusion in The Smithsonian’s permanent library.

In addition, Mr. Anderson has been interviewed for various publications like GQ Magazine and the New York Times and has written articles for various magazines such as LaRana de Sevilla and other online journals.

Currently, Mr. Anderson is a Part-Time Lecturer at Chicago State University, teaching courses in Multimedia and speaks across the country promoting comic books and graphic novels as tools for education in the exploration of race, culture and identity.

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