Young Antonio Valor Brotherman: Revelation

Printed by
Created by
Anyabwile, Dawud
McGee, Brian, American, born 1970
Subject of
Big City Entertainment, Inc., American, founded 2007
ink on cardboard, metal
H x W x D: 48 1/16 × 34 1/4 × 2 in. (122 × 87 × 5.1 cm)
promotional materials
Place made
United States, North and Central America
A digitally illustrated poster board of a young Antonio Valor by Dawud Anybwile and Brian McGee. The poster features an image of the comic book hero Antonio Valor dressed as his alter ego, Brotherman. He is crouched down with his right hand resting on the pavement near the viewers perspective. His left foot is behind his left hand. His left hand is clenched in a fist and resting on his left knee. He is wearing sneakers, stripped socks, shorts and a sleeveless blue shirt with a white “B” on his chest. He is also wearing a blue mask and has red and green stripped wrist bands. A white bandage with blood on it is wrapped around his right bicep. Multi-colored buildings are in the background. The sky on the left side of the poster is red while the sky on the right side of the poster is blue. Black clouds are on both sides. Written in silver text in the bottom right corner is “..ANYABWILE..” A metal hanging wire is attached to the back.
African American
Comics and graphic novels
Graphic design
Credit Line
Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Brotherman Comics / Big City Entertainment, Inc.
Object number
Restrictions & Rights
© Big City Entertainment, Inc.
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Data Source
National Museum of African American History and Culture

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