Interrogating the complex legacies of racial injustice in Hazel Newlevant’s No Ivy Leaue and Jonathan Lethem’s The Fortress of Solitude.
Considering the role of Latinidad in Araña’s comics despite a decreasing representation of of its so-called “authentic” markers.
How well do Marvel and DC’s 1985 comics meant to raise aid for famine relief in Africa tackle the tragic events they are addressing? Short answer? Not well.
A return to Howard the Duck after a nearly three-year hiatus from the If It WAUGHs Like a Duck series. . .
Does the 2013 comic adaptation of Django Unchained’s inclusion of an unfilmed sequence provide insight into the figure of the black woman slave?
Using Teen Titans #41 to think through token characters and slavery as a narrative trope.
The CW’s Black Lighting represents the split between Black respectability and radical politics in a singular figure.