Sometimes looking back is the way to move forward, but that isn’t the case here.
Marvel’s kid superheroes in the Crack Era, need to learn to just say “No” to white privilege.
Brief reviews of comics released November 25 to December 2, 2015; including Totally Awesome Hulk #1 and Prez #6.
Brief reviews of comics that came out from 11/4 to 11/18, 2015 (plus a few outliers), including: Spider-Woman #1, Mighty Thor #1 and Monstress #1.
What do letters published in these books tell us about the difference in these series?
You can’t separate hip hop from race without looking like you’ve separated your head from sense.
Part Two of Exploring Storm as a postcolonial figure.
Exploring the relationship between seriality, identity and the colonial imagination through X-Men’s Storm.
Mini-reviews of recent comics including A-Force #1, Spider-Woman #8 and Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #1.
The first in a series of posts about both the new and original Howard the Duck comic book series.
The fourth in a series of posts about black superheroes. Marvel Comics’ Brother Voodoo—a character to feel really conflicted about.
The heteronormative values these romance comics reinforce are really friggin’ queer.
Brief reviews of comic books from December 24, 2014 to January 14, 2015; including Ant-Man #1 and Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1.
Brief reviews of comics released from November 19 to December 17, 2014; including Captain Marvel #10 and Mind MGMT #29.
Brief reviews of comic books released from October 1 to 15, 2014; including Death of Wolverine #3 and #4.
In this story, Spider-Man and Daredevil demonstrate a hegemonic framework for understanding urban crime (part of SUPER BLOG TEAM-UP #4).
Brief reviews of: All-New Ghost Rider #6 | Captain Marvel #6 | Ms. Marvel #7 | The Multiversity #1| She-Hulk #7 | Silver Surfer #5 | Storm #2 | Superior Foes of Spider-Man #14
Do alternate dimensions and the flow of time in superhero comics confuse and complicate issues of sex and consent?
If there is one thing we can count on in mainstream superhero comics it is the strange tension between the accretion of change and the status quo.
Brief reviews of comics, including Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1 | All-New Ghost Rider #5 | Hawkeye #19 and Ms. Marvel #6
Identity is a constant retcon.