Considering how 1990’s The Flash on CBS was a pivotal development to the television superhero genre through fashion.
Looking beyond representation in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and towards the contexts that inform it to consider the narrative structures used to build queer storyworlds.
Thinking through how personal narratives also become mediated narratives that enable queer world-building through the example of The WB’s Birds of Prey.
When manhood and nation are synonymous women just become a way for men measure patriotism.
The CW’s Black Lighting represents the split between Black respectability and radical politics in a singular figure.
This Girl Power(!) needs to be a little more intersectional in its thinking.
Putting Fear the Walking Dead’s allusion to national zeitgeist regarding police brutality into context.
Endings shouldn’t get more weight than middles.
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.
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.
It is marginally better than Comic Book Men, that really isn’t saying much.
A hip-hop battle in comic form? Who drew this? I want a whole series!