Upcoming YA / Teen / Young Adult paranormal graphic novel from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt / Versify. Illustrated by Emily Cannon.
The Invention of E.J. Whitaker is an ongoing comic book series which combines elements of Historical Fiction, Sci-Fi, Steampunk and Romance for a diverse re-imagining of the Victorian Era.
When Sam Tate, an MIT drop-out turned lowly fashion assistant, helps to create a time traveling device in the form of a stiletto boot, she single-handedly threatens to change the future of one of New York's most prominent industries.
Lowly fashion assistant, Samantha Tate, and her physicist best friend, Carey, have created the perfect time traveling device in the form of stiletto boots. But when Sam pushes the boundaries of the boots' powers, she finds herself on a risky ascent that could unravel the threads of her newly upgraded life.
Sam Tate, former lowly fashion assistant turned design star, has time traveling stiletto boots to thank for her meteoric rise at Ivan Fellipe, INC. But will Samantha's glimpses into the future come at a costly price to her present?
Eisner-Award winning artists, John Jennings and Dr. Damian Duffy's second installment of their coffee table collection celebrating African American comic book creators features The Gibbs Sisters.
An all-ages comic anthology featuring 24 women & nonbinary creators, Sisters is about the bonds we are born into and the ones we choose. Featuring the comic "Jessie and Bessie are Outside" a story based on the lives of the sisters' twin grandmother and grand aunt.
Ten magical stories from 22 women in comics features The Gibbs Sisters' bewitching tale, "Tati" which follows the journey of one girl from the ancient kingdom of Sudan's Kush to Ancient China.
The Gibbs Sisters are featured comic book artists in Dr. Sheena Howard's critically acclaimed Encyclopedia of Black Comics with Forward by Harvard Historian, Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
A young African girl solicits the help of Sule, a pint-sized proverb detective, to discover the meaning of the proverb: "Great Fires Erupt from Tiny Sparks" in this award-winning animated short directed and produced by The Gibbs sisters and funded by a grant from the Tribeca Film Institute.
The animated web series revolving around the unusual life of Whitney Ward, a 12-year old orphan who must survive middle school and a new family of extraterrestrials. This flash series was animated by the Gibbs Sisters when they were just out of college.
Loosely based on the Gibbs’ Sisters adventures growing up around their maternal grandmother and her circle of eccentric friends, this irreverent comedy follows what happens when two old ladies let loose and hit the road of life.
Starring creators Shawnee Gibbs and Shawnelle Gibbs as "Erma" and "Ruth Anne." Comedy.
In the rough and tumble of the Wild West, Jessie and Bessie are two young African American sisters on a quest through a dusty California town to find and bring to justice the band of cowards who stole a treasured family chest.
The Gibbs Sisters spent five years researching the life of Harriett Elizabeth Thompson, an African American star of the Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey Circuses of the early 1920s who came to be known to the world as "Princess Wee Wee." The fictional account of "Princess Wee Wee's" life dramatizes the adventures of the circus star and her life among the sideshow 'freaks'.
Animated while the Gibbs Sisters were undergrads at San Francisco State University, the animated PSA is one of the sisters' earliest surviving animations which aired across Public Access stations in the Oakland / San Francisco Bay Area.