HAWI introduces comics’ first female Ethiopian superhero.
Nowhere Man is a great example of black superheroes done right.
Cheryl Lynn Eaton and Geoffrey Thorne have joined the judging panel.
Reporter Aaron Halls reflects on his first time under the glistening lights of the Javits
Two panels. Two vastly different views of Wonder Woman, the movie. All of these women had seen the same film but had experienced it in distinctly different ways.
The nominations for the 2017 Glyph awards are out. These awards honor “the best in comics made by, for, and about people of color from the preceding calendar year. While it is not exclusive to black creators, it does strive to honor those who have made the greatest contributions to the comics medium in terms […]
Cosplay is here to stay and I’m glad. Here’s why.
This is the last night we’ll go to sleep with Barack Obama as President. Some may be glad, others may be crying at the very thought. Keith Knight has a powerful comic at Fuse about what can’t be taken away. The past can’t be changed. And to quote Star Trek, one person cannot change […]
There was a kerfuffle yesterday! Over this J. Scott Campbell variant cover to Invincible Iron Man #1. The books stars new character Riri Williams, a brilliant 15-year-old mechanical whiz, as the new person in the armor. Now, Campbell is known for drawing sexy women, and while the above cover is pretty mild compared to past […]
One of the biggest stories at New York Comic Con involved a confrontation between Rromani activist Vicente Rodriguez and comics writer Peter David at an LGBTQ X-men panel. You can read Beat reporter Elana Levin’s initial report here; David’s first response here; and Levin’s follow-up interview with Rodriguez here. While he had doubled down on […]