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TV comic books are evolving. The Zizwe series provides 6 hours of indigenous spiritual wisdom story lines in 21st Century cities across the globe. Imagine Super Soul Sunday meets Supergirl and the Teen Titans. Episodes convene at the Baobab where a team of young women mystic heroes get their mission and launch into action. Contemporary society sees these girls as not only heroes but members of a popular music band. Traveling and touring, throughout Africa they tackle evil poachers, supernatural Mayan, Celtic, Zulu and Aboriginal mischief worldwide, prevent terror at the Japanese Olympics, and find lost technology from King Solomon’s Mines in the Greater Zimbabwe ruins…….

The series capitalizes on the growth and interest of minority youth demographics, ancient alien theories, an age of heroes, and contemporary Super Soul Sunday and indigenous spirituality. The continued awakening of feminism, a youth aspiration wave, rekindled economic equity values and web streaming and digital based interactive technology is combined with authentic African, Latino, Celtic and Aboriginal storytelling. The new action series highlights cool music, morality, technology, smart themes and curiosity.

Zizwe received the Accolades Award for Webisode

Zizwe received the Accolades Award for Webisode

ATLANTA and JOHANNESBURG, Oct. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Robyn Stalson and Kevin Johns, creators of the spiritual animation series, and Rox Dare, Director of The Adventures of Zizwe, have won a prestigious Award of Recognition from The Accolade Global Film Festival. The...

Zizwe received the IndieFest Award for Social Change

Zizwe received the IndieFest Award for Social Change

Atlanta Creator Producer wins Global Indie FEST Social Change Cultural Award Atlanta, Georgia August 24, 2021 – Ms. Robyn Stalson wins the prestigious Social Change Award of Merit from the Global Indie FEST Film Awards www.theindiefest.com. The global film Award was...