How well do Marvel and DC’s 1985 comics meant to raise aid for famine relief in Africa tackle the tragic events they are addressing? Short answer? Not well.
Part Three in a four-part scholarly round table examining the intersections of sound and comics.
Leveraging Marvel’s underwhelming Civil War II to think about Black lives in the Marvel Universe.
An overview of posts in need of revisiting.
Storm’s return to the site of her X-origin and the awkward undoing of her “goddess” identity.
Part Two of Exploring Storm as a postcolonial figure.
Exploring the relationship between seriality, identity and the colonial imagination through X-Men’s Storm.
Short reviews of comics released between May 6th and May 13th, 2015. All Marvel Comics this time around.
Brief reviews of comic books released from February 2 to 18, 2015; including Bitch Planet #3 and Silk #1
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.
Brief reviews of comic books released from September 17 to 24, 2014; including All-New Ghost Rider #7 and The Wicked + The Divine #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
Brief reviews of comics, including Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1 | All-New Ghost Rider #5 | Hawkeye #19 and Ms. Marvel #6
This is Part Two of a two-part series of posts on the classic X-Men comics arc, “Days of Future Past.”
This is Part One of a two-part series of posts on the classic X-Men comics arc, “Days of Future Past,” which originally appeared in X-Men issues #141 and #142.
X-Men’s record of including women is still only good in relation to the rest of superhero comics.
Imagining a different tradition for super-heroines.
Reed Richards is not so fantastic when it comes to understanding race in America.