Super Indian Volume Two Released; You Need “Moonshot!”

From Blud Kwan'Tum/Super Indian ComicsAs most of you “Super Indian” fans know — “Super Indian Volume Two” was released in April 2015. The collection is in book form (64 pages of glorious color) – or available for digital devices. Here are some handy links for you to get your own copy of “Super Indian Volume Two” in the format you love:

From the Super Indian Comics website (via PayPal): Click Here

From Amazon: Click Here

For Digital Devices (iPad, iPhone and other tablets) from ComiXology: Click Here

The book is also available at a few select retailers, including the gift store of the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona and the gift shop of the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

If you’re lucky enough to live near Phoenix, make some time to visit the museum before August 23rd to take in the “Super Heroes: Art! Action! Adventure” exhibit. The show focuses on Native American super heroes and how mainstream super heroes from the big houses (Marvel, DC) have influenced Native American art. Visit the Heard Museum’s website for more information on opening times and admission fees. The gift shop not only has both Volume One and Two, they have a cute t-shirt for kids only featuring Super Indian’s sidekick, Diogi — AND a swanky “Super Indian” tote bag.

“Super Indian” is also part of the current exhibition at the U.S. Department of Interior’s Museum in Washington, DC. Entitled “DOI Pop! On Air, On Screen & In Print” the show illustrates how America’s public lands, refugues and national parks have been portrayed in popular culture. “Super Indian” is sharing space in a display case with the permit for filming “Return of the Jedi” at Death Valley and U2s¬† “Joshua Tree” album cover.

Arigon also contributed to the anthology “Moonshot: The Indigenous Comics Collection Volume 1” which debuted in June 2015. Edited by Hope Nicholson and published by AH Comics, Inc., the book features writing and artwork from Native creators like Jeffrey Veregge, Jay Odjick, Michael Sheyahshe, Elizabeth LaPense√© and Richard Van Camp. Arigon wrote the story for “Ue-Pucase: Water Master,” based on a Muscogee Creek legend. The comic was illustrated by David Cutler. Here’s a sample page:

Ue-Pucase:Moonshot Page

You can get the book directly from AH Comics by clicking this link!

More wonderful adventures are on the way for “Super Indian” and Arigon. Stay tuned!


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