Shero Comics, the place where powerful women rule the world, is raising funds to bring video games to life that feature women and girls of color with main character energy.
Three years later, Shero Comics celebrated a history-making move. It launched the only all-female comic convention in America, SheroCon, and the first comic con to take place inside a Westfield property. The company has built a stunning platform of Black female-led comic book IPs like Rayven Choi, Squad Goals, The Legend of Cahokia, and Young Grandmaster Choi.
Shero will be at the LA Comic Con in December. What’s more, Smith is celebrating her nomination for the Distinguished Leadership of the Year Award from the Regional Black Chamber of Commerce of San Fernando Valley.
Supporters of the crowdfunding campaign will have some perks ahead of them, such as early access to the games, tickets to the future release parties, free in-game power-ups, and themed wallpapers. In addition, favor bags will include Shero Games merchandise such as T-shirts, graphic novels, and gaming headsets.
The campaign will also kick off two new games, “SheroCon” and “Raven Choi.” “SheroCon” is a Roblox gaming experience that replicates the real-life magic of the annual Shero Comics Convention, an event that spotlights and celebrates women and their contributions to pop culture and geekdom. “Rayven Choi: Reaper’s Run” is a mobile game based on the Korean-African American graphic novel Rayven Choi.
The Shero Games crowdfunding campaign will go live on at www.fundblackfounders/sherogames.
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Source: Black Enterprise