Archive for: racism

Sherlock and the Women

Gender and race in Sherlock Holmes.

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Son of Blade

Poet Tim Seibles on Blade the Immortal and racism.

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What about Amanda Waller?

Amanda Waller is made to conform.

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Fear of Wertham. And Possibly of a Black Planet.

Walt Kelly was doing fine, till R. Fiore decided to defend him.

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The Kids Are Mediocre, Albeit Not Utterly Without Charm

Young Avengers: neither stereotypical nor especially good.

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The X-Men: Establishment Lackeys

On X-Men #1 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby

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What If the X-Men Were Black?

Recoloring changes the X-Men’s relationship to minority narratives.

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