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WESLEY SNIPES TO INTRODUCE NEW SCI-FI FRANCHISE ZULU MECH



WESLEY SNIPES TO INTRODUCE NEW SCI-FI FRANCHISE ZULU MECH 1 AT THE 2009 AFRICAN AMERICAN PAVILION AT BOOKEXPO AMERICA




Wesley Snipes Zulu Mech 1
New York, NY (BlackNews.com) - Zulu Mech 1, a breakthrough African sci-fi adventure series co-produced by Wesley Snipes, will be unveiled on May 30th at The African American Pavilion at BookExpo America. The press conference is scheduled for 12:00 noon in the African American Pavilion Meeting Room 1C01-1C02 at the Jacob Javit Convention Center, New York City.
An innovative combination of animation, music, movie techniques and fine art paintings called a "Cinema Graphic Novel," Zulu Mech 1 is an adventure designed to promote literacy, hope and world peace. Creators Mshindo I and Gregory Walker, aka "Brother G," the award winning author of the Shades Of Memnon historical adventure series, will be on hand to introduce their epic, as will Snipes, star of the Blade movie trilogy, who serves as Zulu Mech 1 co-producer and voice talent, also scheduled to appear is Jonathan Woods, animation director and music composer.
Then at 1:00 p.m., activities will shift to the African American Pavilion stage for a presentation entitled "African Legends Past And Future" that closes with a screening of the first Zulu Mech 1 adventure. Upcoming episodes will soon be available on Apple iTunes.
"I think Zulu Mech 1 is a grand adventure," said Snipes. "Everybody knows I love sci-fi, I am always looking for a hot new property and I think I found it! If the fans liked the stuff we did on the Blade series, they are gonna love this. Zulu Mech 1, as written by Brother G and illustrated by the amazing Mshindo brings a fresh, untapped perspective to scifi. I think the world will be pleased. Our hope=2 0is to develop ZM1 into one of the hottest franchises around."

BookExpo America, one of the largest book trade shows in the world provides independent African American book publishers, authors, self publishers, bookstore owners, librarians, distributors, literary agents, publicists, and African American imprints at major publishing houses with exposure to more that 80,000 bookbuyers and booksellers from across the world. With over 25,000 BEA attendees crossing up and down the African American Pavilion Aisles, there will be huge opportunities to learn, share, educate, buy, sell, and network and the pavilion provides our exhibitors the lowest discounted booth prices at the BEA.

FOR EXHIBITING AND MEDIA CONTACT:
TONY ROSE
PUBLISHER/CEO
AMBER COMMUNICATIONS GROUP, INC
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-CO- FOUNDER, THE AFRICAN AMERICAN PAVILION AT BOOKEXPO AMERICA
WWW.AMBERBOOKS. COM
WWW.AFRICANAMERICAN PAVILION. COM
AMBERBK@AOL. COM
520-568-6692

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