Interview with Evan Narcisse with The BLACK CÓMIC LORDS on YouTube

It’s been a long time since I’ve updated this blog. Let’s see if I can keep it current.

Evan Narcisse is an American comic book writer, journalist, and video game narrative designer. Narcisse began his working career as a journalist who has reported on video games for several media outlets, such as The Atlantic, The New York Times, Time, Kotaku, io9, and Polygon. As a comic book writer, Narcisse has authored multiple titles which feature the Marvel Comics superhero, Black Panther. Since 2018, Narcisse has been involved with designing or consulting on the narrative elements of several video games, including Insomniac Games Spider-Man video game series, Marvel’s Avengers, and Redfall. So when I had the chance to work with such a hard working brother on Mikestone’s 30th anniversary Comic, how could I say no?

I started working with Milestone fresh off the street in ’93, and went in to help the legendary company for three years put out great material with Blood Syndicate and Heroes and then I left for other pastures with DC comics before the eventual combination and collaboration of the two some 25 years later.

Coming back to work on these characters was like coming back to the old neighborhood again only an alternate universe version of it.

And visiting… doing everything and everywhere all at once in both neighborhoods was something that answered the question for me,”what would it be like to draw the vintage Blood Syndicate right now?”

Listen to this broadcast and get the MILESTONE 30TH ANNIVERSARY book as soon as it comes out this month to get that answer.



…….this is why it pays to keep driving for your passions no matter what. 

And it’s just the beginning.  
     I got an email from some producers on SYFY to represent people of color in the comics industry for Black History Month.  I immediately replied and hit send, getting my company ETERNAL KICK’s talent manager Elina Nulman to help arrange everything while I hit my deadlines.   The last week in January they came by with this massive amount of camera equipment.   People in the neighborhood wanted to know if a movie was shooting and who was the celebrity!   

If that doesn’t make a guy feel special, he needs to get out more. Lol. 

I made a nice culinary spread for everyone and we got to the business at hand.  It went pretty long but was edited down ,of course…. and they made 4 spots so far of the interview.  This on that I posted here is the television spot that appeared so far and will be running all this month along with more comic alumn who enjoy the same passions I do.  
Telling stories. 

You spend Time in your cave creating worlds while the outside world goes by, and then you go just enough to get people’s notice.  


Enjoy. 🤤🤤​