The third installment of our Omega the Unknown double-read through, as our protagonist tries to figure out the complexities of school hierarchies.
The first installment in a new series of posts comparing the 1970s Omega the Unknown comic book and the 2000s re-imagining.
A 2010 series by women, but for who?
Logan, the best there is at what he does, and what he does is care.
Even comics that are not particularly “important” can tell us a lot about the attitudes acceptable in the editorial environments in which they were developed
Thinking through how readers conceptualize a character and the degree to which such a characterization can be independent of how the character acts in the actual stories she appears in.
Marvel Comics hasn’t published a Fantastic Four title in over a year, and its absence marks a serious lack of imagination.
Leveraging Marvel’s underwhelming Civil War II to think about Black lives in the Marvel Universe.
Exploring the limits of diversity in a white supremacist framework through a five-in-one look at 1978’s Marvel Two-in-One.
From Dream Land to Cleveland
What do we need to do to get a decent Afro-Latinx superhero?
Home is where the egg (or Bev) is.
Canada: As cold as space, and home to nearly as many anthropomorphic animals.
Sometimes looking back is the way to move forward, but that isn’t the case here.
A duck by any other name could still be cool to read about, but he might not feel like Howard.
Marvel’s kid superheroes in the Crack Era, need to learn to just say “No” to white privilege.
Why is She-Hulk to blame for the “signal” she supposedly puts out?
Storm’s return to the site of her X-origin and the awkward undoing of her “goddess” identity.
You can’t separate hip hop from race without looking like you’ve separated your head from sense.
Part Two of Exploring Storm as a postcolonial figure.
Exploring the relationship between seriality, identity and the colonial imagination through X-Men’s Storm.