Negative Burn is a black-and-white anthology comic book published beginning in 1993 by Caliber Press, and subsequently by Image Comics and Desperado Publishing. Edited by Joe Pruett, Negative Burn is noted for its eclectic range of genres, mixture of established comics veterans and new talents, and promotion of creative experimentation.
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“Our role is to support anything positive in black life and destroy anything negative that touches it. You have no other reason for being. I dont understand art for arts sake. Art is the guts of the people.”
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