Corey – 43 – Illustrator/Graphic Designer – NYC


Bronx, New York=Native.
Illustrator, Graphic Designer=Artist.
Wine, Jack, Beer=Socializer.
Ps3, XBox, Steam=Recluse.
Women, Comic Books=Loves.
Nukleus Comics=Passion. World.

Favorites (hover / click to see name)

  • music

    • Curtis Mayfield, Minnie Ripperton, Chaka Khan
    • PE, BDP, Gangstarr, Mos Def,
    • Black Sabbath, Metallica, Bad Brains, Gary Clark Jr
    • Sergio Mendes, Bebel Gilberto, Bueno Vista Social Club
    • Little Dragon, Santogold, RES, etc etc
  • movies

    • Dune (Movie Version)
    • Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
    • Dead Presidents
    • Black Ceasar/The Education of Sonny Carson
    • Star Wars/BkadenRunner or Watchmen
  • publications

    • Golden Age of the Moors by Ivan VanSertima
    • The Destruction of Black Civilization by Amos Wilson
    • Dune by Frank Herbert
    • Wildseed by Octavia Butler
    • God Loves, Man Kills by Chris Claremont
  • I am BlerdNation because...

    A) I am a 'blerd' predating the name. An original seed Blerd who has the witnessed, not only the death of the cassette tape and the arcade, but the dawn of the PC.

    B) I like it around here.

  • Who is your blerd role model? Why?

    I'll get back to you. Good question...

  • How do you stay connected to other blerds?

    Social Networks or the good ole phone.

  • What’s your most awkward blerd moment?

    Hmmm...trying to answer this particular question?

  • What’s your favorite word/phrase?

    "Cui bono?"

  • What are your goals/passions?

    1. Comic Books and my company succeeding is a necessity.
    2. A science academy and getting OUR kids interested.
    3. Pan-Afrikanism before anything else.
    4. Science Fiction is a passion.
  • What are you listening to, watching, or reading that impacts you or that is giving you a different perspective?

    Everything! Literally, everything. It all matters and everything was, is or will be relevant. Watching Monsanto take over our food supply is changing my perspective on humanity and its tolerance for bullshit.

    Reading 'The Star of Deep Beginnings' (by Charles S. Finch III, M.D.) is referencing our history to move forward.

    Listening to Classic Soul and Classic Rock are making (once again) appreciate music.

    Green Tea is making me a believer.

  • Are there any famous, or not-so-famous, people that you think would be a great addition to BlerdNation?

    Will get back to this one.

  • What advice would you give to other blerds?

    George Washington Carver was a BLERD.

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