​​Howard Wong is an award nominated writer and creative consultant. His passion for creative content and narrative development has led him to work in animation, comics, high-end collectible toys, intellectual property development, transmedia narratives, mobile & web games,​ marketing and creative content development. His collaborative works in comics have been nominated for the Joe Shuster Award's Gene Day Award, Comic Book Buyer's Guide Fan Award for Favourite Graphic Novel, the Ghastly Award for Favourite Horror Anthology. Howard's has been nominated for the Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Canadian Comic Book Writer and received Diamond's Gem of the Month for his creator-owned work.


He can usually be found traveling or eating somewhere on earth. Sometimes both at the same time.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

New Frontiers: The Many Worlds of George Takei, the Anthology

Thanks to editors Jeff Yang and Keith Chow, I had the fortunate opportunity to be a part of this anthology that is filled with stories inspired by George Takei's life involving different landscapes of cultural diversity, as well as being introduced to artist Yehudi Mercado.

The production time was very fast-paced, but fortunately Yehudi and I were on the same page for the story we wanted to tell. Yehudi and I were able to create wonderful paralleling stories called connection two three generations that have similar experiences titled, There's Always Tomorrow. Click here if you want to get your own copy.

"This original graphic novel anthology is inspired by the life and legacy of George Takei and is the companion book to the JANM exhibition of the same name. NEW FRONTIERS uses Takei's incredible journey as a launching pad for the imaginations of a breathtaking array of diverse creators — Asian, black, Hispanic and Native American; lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans — to tell original stories about incarceration and exclusion, representation and resistance, the digital world and the struggle in the streets. "


Click here to find out more about the exhibition.

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