Christopher Caravalho talks shop on Hawaii News Now. Check out the segment for a quick introduction to a local style creative legacy.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27TH 2016 2:00-4:00PM at the HAWAII STATE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Aloha Aumakua Fans,
Aloha Friday was very memorable as I fulfilled a promise and returned to BLANCHE POPE ELEMENTARY to visit the keiki of 5th and 6th grade. In September of 2015 I visited this group of children to share MANA COMICS and was touched by there excitement, enthusiasm, and curiosity. I came back this past Friday to TALK STORY, to present art of Sistah Shark Waimanalos first Superhero, and to celebrate in the release of MANA DOUBLE FEATURE . I announced that I dedicated the issue to them. MAHALO to the kids and their amazing teachers who inspire me to keep doing what I do.
ALOHA MANA COMIC FANS,
My name is Christopher Caravalho, an Independent self published Creator of the MANA COMIC UNIVERSE.
Creating a team of heroes from Hawaii has always been a dream for me and thanks to Family, Friends, and Fans I was able to raise enough funds for 'Aumākua #1 and #2.
This Comic Series can only exist thru your generous pledges on Kickstarter.
So please kokua, help, support, and share the wonderful world of MANA COMICS.
'Aumākua #2 Ghosts of the Past
Unwanted visitors from Royal Hawaiian Guards tortured past pay a visit and the Guardians of Hawaii will have to battle the most powerful team on earth.
To Be Released September 2015
Mana Comics Double Feature #1
Sistah Shark fights for her life in her origin story entitled Deadly Waters while an unappreciated Geckoman learns the value of helping others in the story entitled One Small Deed.
To Be Released March 2016
'Aumākua #3 Locked Up
Super Size Sole is arrested for a crime he did not commit. Can the rest of the 'Aumākua track down the real criminal before the Polynesian Powerhouse is LOCKED UP for life?
To be Released September 2016
Thank you for interest in Hawaii’s favorite Heroes.
Next week myself and Kristopher Lohman plan to be in Collectors Maniacs on Wednesday September 17 from 5-7pm to meet, greet, and sign copies of Aumakua...like I said its a limited printing...I think I will have about thirty copies on hand so if you can make it ....awesome.
3571 Waialae Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816
Phone: (808) 739-3912