Chip Zdarsky and Marco Checchetto’s DEVIL’S REIGN #1 takes us along Kingpin’s story as now mayor of New York City. We follow along as Kingpin battles with channeling his criminal but also political powers with the superheroes of NYC. Setting out for icons like Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Jessica Jones and more, since it’s Fisk, he’s waiting such a long time to take over, and has a lot in store.
New symbiote saga kicks off in Ram V, Al Ewing and Bryan Hitch’s VENOM #1. Developments for the father-son duo Eddie and Dylan Brock diverge as each author places their focus on varying characters. Ewing takes us along Eddie’s story as the “King in Black,” and Ram V marks Dylan’s start as a true Super Hero. The two divergent stories come together to produce a new tale.
The most recent symbiote saga persists in Ram V and Bryan Hitch’s VENOM #2. The authors have generated a mind-twisting and turning saga that takes both Eddie and Dylan Brock to new places. You won’t want to miss this brand new, action-packed take on the Venom mythos created by such an innovative team. Check your local comic shop for availability; find a comic shop near you HERE.
DEVIL’S REIGN #1
Written by CHIP ZDARSKY
Art MARCO CHECCHETTO
Second Printing Cover by MARCO CHECCHETTO – 75960620208900112
Written by RAM V
Art by BRYAN HITCH
Second Printing Cover by FRANCESCO MOBILI – 75960620191400212
360 Magazine officially launched their most recent issue today. It will be available online, in print, and for tablets. Its cover features an illustration of Rev. Joseph Lowery, and inside there are stories featuring Lubbock, Isabella Fries, Nikki Taylor, LC Convertible, Rolls-Royce, Door County, Elkhart Lake, Toyota Corolla Apex, and Marsha’s House.
A print copy of the magazine can be purchased on blurb.com and is available to everyone around the world. It is also available online to view on their site.
The featured story revolves around Lowery, who passed away on March 27, 2020 at the age of 98. His death did not garner much attention from the public, despite him being a notable American minister and Civil Rights activist. Lowery’s death came right as the coronavirus pandemic descended on the United States. Perhaps this is why his passing did not receive considerable attention.
“His legacy has gone under appreciated,” the article reads. “Swallowed by momentum of the current movement.”
Lowery worked in tandem with his friend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., with whom he founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, marched on Selma, and organized the Montgomery Bus Boycott after Rosa Parks was arrested in 1955. As one of the longest surviving members of the Civil Rights Movement, Lowery carried with him King’s legacy.
With it, he eulogized King’s wife, Coretta Scott King, in 2006. With it, he delivered the benediction of the first Black President of the United States, Barack Obama, at his inauguration in 2009. And, carrying with him the legacy of King and his other compatriots in the Civil Right’s Movement, he was awarded by the same Black President the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
“Born and raised in Jim Crow Alabama, preaching in his blood, the Rev. Joseph Lowery is a giant of the Moses generation of civil rights leaders,” Obama said at the inauguration. “It was just King, Lowery, and a few others, huddled in Montgomery, who laid the groundwork for the bus boycott and the movement that was to follow.”
His death came two months before the Black Lives Movement resurged after the killing of George Floyd, transforming the conversation regarding Black American lives in the nation. Two months later, Lowery’s friend John Lewis, another civil rights leader, also passed at the age of 80.
In his hometown of Huntsville, Georgia, there is a boulevard memorializing the civil rights icon. His legacy lives on in his notable work as well as his children and grandchildren, including 360 Magazine’s founder and president, Vaughn Lowery.
“Heading into an election season steeped with strife and antagonism, Joseph E. Lowery’s legacy serves as a poignant reminder,” the article reads. “His efforts to strive for a better world, his constant service and activism, and his dedication to both God and uplifting Black Americans all solidify him as a true icon of Civil Rights and American history.”
On top of its focus on Lowery, 360 Magazine profiles creatives like the singer-songwriter Nikki Taylor Vibe (aka Nikki Taylor) (7), singer Isabelle Fries (11), and model, influencer, and musician Don Benjamin (35). The newest models of hot cars debut on its pages, including the Lexus LC 500 Convertible (25), Toyota Corolla Apex (43), and the entirely reimagined Rolls-Royce Ghost (76).
And, lavish lifestyle pieces feature heavily throughout the issue. Elkhart Lake (31), which is a getaway on the east side of Wisconsin, is reviewed by 360 Magazine’s Elle Grant and Vaughn Lowery. The small city of Lubbock, TX (13) and the 212 Photography Istanbul festival (55) are also spotlit, and the articles on all three destinations are paired with stunning images.
Lastly, Marsha’s House is given its due attention. Marsha’s House houses homeless LGBTQ+ young adults, as Marsha P. Johnson did when she was alive. You can read more on page 51 of the issue.
About 360 Magazine
360 is an edgy fashion, lifestyle and culture magazine. It introduces cutting-edge brands, entities and trends to tastemakers within their respective communities. Its founding members have over 30 years of collective experience both as notable talent and uber professionals within the realm of fashion, music, art, design and entertainment. 360 Magazine is more than just a magazine comprised of journalists, representing a movement of social awareness and change.
It is an LGBTQIA friendly publication. The magazine is contemporary in look and appeal. Quality art content is the constant goal. The magazine will be entertaining, newsworthy and thought-provoking. It will appeal to a broad entertainment readership. No magazine like it is available today, constantly celebrating racial and sexual ambiguous talent and artists.
A competitor on the 29th season of ABC’s hit television series “Dancing with the Stars,” Jackson is mostly known for her role as Zuri Ross in the Disney Channel show “Jessie” and its spin-off series “Bunk’d,” as well as her social media presence. Her cover with 360 MAGAZINE was featured on “Dancing with the Stars,” and you can see it right here.
Now, she is partnered with Alan Bersten in the popular ballroom dancing competition.
She danced the tango with Bersten to Nicki Minaj‘s “Super Bass” in the first week of the show and scored a 21 out of 30 from the three judges.
She spread the word about dedicating the dance on Twitter.
“Just got off stage…I did my thing for Cameron tonight,” she tweeted.
She also encouraged viewers to donate to the Cameron Boyce Foundation, a program that honors Boyce with a goal to end gun violence and cure epilepsy. Combining an issue that affected Boyce personally with an issue he was passionate about, the foundation aims to be the bridge for people who want to help but don’t know how.
To help, you can follow the Cameron Boyce Foundation on Instagram, donate and encourage others to get involved.
The dance scored the first ten of the year from Carrie Ann Inaba. It also received nines from Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli, giving it a total score of 28, the highest score of the season at the time.
The two danced jazz in the fifth week to “The Power of Love” by Huey Lewis & The News for the show’s 80’s night. Set to a “Back to the Future” backdrop, the costumes completed the feel of the movie and the dance scored a 24.
Week 6 will air Wednesday night on ABC, and Jackson and Bersten will dance the cha-cha-cha.
Multi-talented Don Benjamin transitions from modeling to music
→ Los Angeles, California June 2020 – After a successful modeling career and placing in the top three of hit modeling competition show, America’s Next Top Model (ANTM), Don Benjamin takes aim at the music industry.
Benjamin’s music isn’t the traditional mainstream rap we’re used to hearing. He hopes his music influences our society in a positive way. “I’m a fan of Drake and J Cole. Lately, I’ve been listening to more gospel rap, artists like Bizzle, Eshon Burgundy, and Lecrae [noted Christian rappers]. Music lately feels so negative. It’s all about doing drugs and degrading women. I need something that is gonna feed my spirit and motivate me to be a better person,”
Don Benjamin on distinguishing himself from the direction of current mainstream rap artists: “I don’t feel like much rap nowadays spreads positivity. Most songs that take off aren’t really saying much of anything. I want to spread a good message.”
During this time of unrest, Benjamin has taken a stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and joined the music industries Blackout Tuesday. Other celebrities, including Beyoncé have used their social media platforms to demand justice for George Floyd and encourage their followers to take action.
→ PUMA × The Hundreds – California streetwear brand The Hundreds joins PUMA to debut a new line of footwear, apparel and accessories inspired by the last three decades, called “The ‘90s Cliques”.
→ Shaggy – Grammy award winning artist Shaggy, known for top hits “It Wasn’t Me” and “Boombastic,” discusses the variety of his music and how he remains grounded.
→ YaVe Tequila by Joe Cruz – Motivated by his passion for family and community, Joe Cruz creates YaVe Tequila. After many attempts to get the right formulation and an incredible shift to a team of female chemists, the world’s first naturally flavored tequila was born. Although this tequila was introduced shortly before a world-wide pandemic hit and YaVe’s original plan of having a large presence in bars is impossible, they’ve managed to grow their online presence with partnerships and influencers. YaVe has angled themselves as an essential for a stay at home happy hour.
→ Michael B. Jordan × BODYARMOR – BODYARMOR’s largest campaign to date, voiced-over by award winning actor Michael B. Jordan, is rooted in the belief that no matter who you are, only you can make you better.
KO Média is proud to announce another groundbreaking issue of ELLE Canada: the September 2019 Fashion & Film issue. Featuring Canadian-Jamaican supermodel Winnie Harlow alongside Golden Globe-nominated Canadian-Jamaican actor Stephan James, who is the brand’s first-ever male cover star. Photographed by Norman Wong throughout the streets of Toronto shortly after the mayhem of the Raptors parade, this powerful and inspiring duo share their unique stories of overcoming obstacles to rule the entertainment industry at an auspicious moment. Celebrating the intersection between fashion and film, this historic cover builds on the momentum of ELLE Canada’s September 2018 issue featuring Tracee Ellis Ross, which was celebrated internationally as a marker of change and inclusivity in the publishing industry and media at large. KO Média is also proud to confirm that this year’s issue is 20 percent larger than 2018’s.
This first ELLE Canada September produced by KO Média also marks the appointment of global styling icon Annie Horth as creative director, bringing her years of high-fashion expertise to the award-winning publication. Also joining the team are renown beauty director Lesa Hannah and acting managing editor Jacqueline Francis, while Victoria DiPlacido is assuming the role of digital director. “We are incredibly excited about this issue and the future of ELLE Canada,” says editor-in-chief Vanessa Craft. “The stories we share in our September issue cut to the heart of what it means to be a modern, empowered woman today—and we continue to work tirelessly to push the boundaries and surprise readers each and every month.”
Also in this issue: An in-depth trend report of the most relevant fall fashions, a timely interview with superstar Zendaya, an in-depth look at the power wielded by Hollywood’s top stylists (of whom many are Canadian) and a comprehensive guide to simplifying your life in the post-Mari Kondo era.
The September issue of ELLE Canada will hit stands August 5th.
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