Nai and Ta-Nehisi have both smartly weighed in on the racial politics of the new X-men movie, so bear with me if your all race-and-comics’d out.
The comics book industry has always been dominated by white male artists and scribes, which makes it sorta unsurprising that the avatars for their power [...]
By Arturo R. García. cross-posted from Racialicious.
Marvel Comics has spared no effort over the past few years to redefine its’ Avengers franchise as a cornerstone: even before Marvel Films launched the series of movies – Iron Man in 2008, and this year’s Captain America and Thor releases – to culminate in the team [...]
When I was a young comic reader, the only Black comic books characters I could remember were an African princess, an African king and a jive-talkin’ ex-con*. At the time, I didn’t think this was a problem. I’m glad that people like Dwayne McDuffie did. [...]
Watching this, I realize that my worldview was greatly influenced by all the Archie comics I read as a kid.
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(Also, can I just say, what garbage it is that Archie proposed Veronica? Hm…maybe I missed the point here.)