Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye takes place in Bed-Stuy, but where are the black people?
The generic “human” these robots want to be is a white human.
Black Goliath is a title that never got a chance to really develop and it suffers from the problems of a lot of early attempts to bring ethnic characters into the limelight.
The Walking dead trots out the old trope of the racist you love to hate, or maybe that’s (don’t really) hate to love.
Imagining a different tradition for super-heroines.
Like a great deal of science fiction Stevie Wonder’s “Saturn” presents an alternate future by imagining an alternate past
This issue uses the title’s meta-position as simultaneously within and without the superhero comic genre to comment on depictions of race in comics.
Just because the world has gone to hell doesn’t mean that the prejudices and privileges of white people won’t bubble up to betray you.
Rhodey’s armor allows him to literally don the guise of a successful white man, to “pass” in the world of (mostly) white superheroes.
Reed Richards is not so fantastic when it comes to understanding race in America.
Stevie is challenging traditional notions of white-washed American history and what kinds of accomplishments should be included in that narrative.
Evil by degrees.
Spider-man is Black. Or at least, he could be. . .
An important step in the commodification of black militancy