Black Streak Entertainment to Release Weekly Comic “Dusty Dirty Days (D³)”

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Justin Raimey will write and illustrate the weekly comic strip series featuring Black Streak Entertainment mascots Dusty and Dirty the dust bunnies.

Dusty and Dirty The Dust Bunnies

The comic series will follow the kooky mis-adventures of Black Streak Entertainment mascots Dusty and Dirty the dust bunnies...

Black Streak Entertainment is set to release a series of weekly gag comic strips titled Dusty Dirty Days (D³). The comic series will follow the kooky mis-adventures of Black Streak Entertainment mascots Dusty and Dirty the dust bunnies and their comedic efforts to landlord an apartment building. The setting is in a fantasy world inhabited by intelligent insects and various other creatures as characters in the story line.

Renowned comic artist and writer Justin Raimey will write and illustrate Dusty Dirty Days (D³) and post the comic weekly on Black Streak Entertainment’s Google+ page every Wednesday, and the company’s Facebook page and Twitter account every Sunday.

Black Streak Entertainment publishes teen fiction novels, comics, and graphic novels featuring diverse characters of various ethnicities, skin tones, and social backgrounds, including mixed-race characters. Black Streak also produces products like button-pins, stickers and art prints featuring these characters. Every character and published work under the Black Streak Entertainment label are the brainchildren of Justin and Terry L Raimey.

Black Streak Entertainment seeks to do what modern-day mainstream youth entertainment refuses to; that is, to represent kids and teens of color through creating appealing characters and storylines that shatter stereotypes and encourage people to think outside of the box. In a world bombarded with monopolized pop-culture and over-exposed brand names, Black Streak brothers Justin and Terry L Raimey also seek to bring more variety to the world of comics, teen fiction, animation, and licensed youth products; variety in the cultural appearances of characters and storylines that are relatable to American minorities from all socioeconomic classes.

To learn more about Black Streak Entertainment’s books, comics and products, visit their official website at blackstreakstore.com. For media inquiries, please email press(at)blackstreakent(dot)com or dial (888) 978-5385 ext. 1.

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