All-Negro Comics, published in 1947, was a single-issue, small-press American comic book that represents the first known comics magazine written and drawn solely by African-American writers and artists.
Its founder, Orrin Cromwell Evans, was the first Black writer to cover general assignments for a mainstream white newspaper in the United States when he joined the staff of the Philadelphia Record. A second issue of All-Negro Comics was planned, but vendors would not sell Evans the paper to print it.
We built Afrovana to continue the spirit of what Orrin started; a haven for stories for us and by us. We hope you enjoy this and other rich stories on Afrovana.