Brief reviews of comics released between January 1st and 15th, 2020 (like Miles Morales: Spider-Man #14 and Second Coming #6), plus a couple of outliers I picked up (like Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #3).
Brief reviews of comics that were released in September 2019, including Agents of Atlas #2, Wonder Twins #7, and Power Pack: Grow Up! #1
Brief review of comics released between (mostly) December 19, 2018 to January 16 – including Runaways #16, Bitter Root #3, and Fantastic Four #5.
Brief reviews of recent comics including Wonder Woman #14, U.S. Avengers #1, and The Flintstones #7.
Thinking through how readers conceptualize a character and the degree to which such a characterization can be independent of how the character acts in the actual stories she appears in.
Brief reviews of comics released (mostly) August 24 through September 7th, including Wonder Woman #5, Ms. Marvel #10, and Sixpack And Dogwelder: Hard-Travelin’ Heroz #1.
Brief reviews of comics that came out from May 11 through June 9th of 2016, including Wonder Woman: Rebirth, The Fix #2 & #3 , and Astonishing Ant-Man #8.
What do we need to do to get a decent Afro-Latinx superhero?
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.
Sam Wilson’s characterization as the rugged individual and then his ascension to the role of Captain America are political messages that must be addressed beyond the tendency of media to oversimplify the political ramifications of things, or streamline complex histories
The ways fans of color engage with characters and stories can re-circuit and re-interpret those stories in ways that provide the kind of productive identification that challenges that tired old repetitive and thoughtless representation.
Brief reviews of comic books released from September 17 to 24, 2014; including All-New Ghost Rider #7 and The Wicked + The Divine #4
Miles Morales or Trayvon Martin are more likely to be victim of a “heroic” vigilante than to be one.