The other day we went Birmingham, UK to meet our super talented illustrator. Its always nice to hook up with Steve and catch up and talk about the direction The Urban Legend series should take. Steve knows we´re am woking on a Malcolm X documentary, so he took us to Smethwick in Birmingham. Malcolm X was there in February of 1965 advocating for equal rights for newly arrived immigrants. Malcolm X was killed 9 days later in the US.
For some time now we have worked with an NGO called "Oasis of Hope" which works out of Kenya. We have donated Urban Legend issues like the Mandela and anti-bully issue to their school.
A few weeks ago we were approached by Msstermind comics on Instagram asking us if we wanted to do a podcast interview with them and if they could do a review of The Urban Legend.
We are very happy to announce that Season 3 is finally done. Its been a long process but we finally wrapped it up. Nine completely new issues (1 of the issues is a full recap of season 1 & 2 which we have made for our new fans). This season is really unlike any other the other seasons, we have focused much more on storyline, character development and expanding the universe.
Not a long time ago, I got invited to the Furuset Festival in Oslo where i taught kids how to create their own superhero and comic book. Normally i give lectures where i talk about The Urban Legend and the story behind it, but doing a superhero workshop is completely different, but also a lot of fun.