A return to Howard the Duck after a nearly three-year hiatus from the If It WAUGHs Like a Duck series. . .
Tony Orlando & Dawn’s “Knock Three Times” vs. Suzanne Vega’s “Luka” in the soundscape of urban living.
A recent Marvel story connecting Groot to Puerto Rican culture via a visit with the Thing to Marvel’s Lower East Side analog, Yancy Street got me thinking about place and identity.
Marvel’s kid superheroes in the Crack Era, need to learn to just say “No” to white privilege.
For a movie set in Detroit, it seems awful white.
This is Part Two of a two-part series of posts on the classic X-Men comics arc, “Days of Future Past.”
A resource that better writers can mine to develop something more sophisticated.
Poor black and brown people in the West joined by music and their relation to power.
Jefferson Pierce’s “blackness” is explored in relation to his superheroic identity, but doesn’t get anywhere.
Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye takes place in Bed-Stuy, but where are the black people?