Brief reviews of recent comics released [insert dates] including Border Town #1, Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4, and Paper Girls #24.
Using Teen Titans #41 to think through token characters and slavery as a narrative trope.
A crucial interrogation of how Gal Gadot’s Israeli identity and IDF experience are used to sell her authenticity in the role of Wonder Woman.
The CW’s Black Lighting represents the split between Black respectability and radical politics in a singular figure.
Brief reviews of comics that came out between March 7 and 21, including Marvel Two-in-One #4, Black Bolt #11, and the Mighty Thor #705.
In this guest post, Bruno Savill de Jong explores Simone and the Dodsons re-imagining of Wonder Woman’s origin and its connection to Amazonian notions of womanhood.
When Black Lightning rejects the Justice League he is rejecting white supremacy.