Sugar Ninjas in the press


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Aug. 2010-- The Howl Gallery, located in the historic downtown area of Fort Myers, Florida, hosted an exhibit of artwork created by over 30 Sugar Ninjas. You can view photos from the event here.

Aug. 2010-- Debra Smith Ford wrote about the opening of the 2010 Sugar Ninjas art exhibit for the Fort Myers Entertainment Examiner.

Aug. 2010-- Gulf Coast Live Arts Edition, hosted by Amy Tardif, Station Mgr. & News Director for WGCU-FM (Florida NPR), featured an hour-long show devoted to the Sugar Ninjas. Publisher & Editor Bob “Ana” Pendarvis was a featured guest, along with Sugar Ninjas Cayce Moyer and Vanessa “Banky” Farano. Topics ranged from the origins of the Sugar Ninjas project, Bob’s 18 years of creating and teaching comics and sequential art classes at the Savannah College of Art and Design, and the importance of showcasing the diverse talents of female artists and storytellers.

Andy Howl was also on hand to discuss the wildly enthusiastic turnout and response for the Sugar Ninjas art show which had premiered the previous weekend at the Howl Gallery. You can hear the whole show here.

Aug. 2010-- Coinciding with the release of Sugar Ninjas Vol. 2, as well as the opening reception for the Sugar Ninjas Art Exhibit at the Howl Gallery in Fort Myers, Florida, writer Charles Runnells interviewed Bob “Ana” Pendarvis, Heidi Arnhold, Gally Articola, and Andy Howl (owner of the Howl Gallery) for the Gulf Coasting Newspaper. Amanda Coronado’s cover for Sweet Book Vol. 2 is featured, too.

Nov. 2009-- Regular COMIC BOOK BIN contributor, Phil Schweier, wrote a nice review of the preview copy of  the first volume of the Sweet Book.