diversity

Grounded #7: The Big 2 & Their lack of African American Comics

The year is 1966. Marvel’s main title for bringing characters into the mainstream, their first family, the Fantastic Four, reveals the publisher’s first Black superhero. King T’Challa, the Black Panth...

*NEWS FLASH* Women of Marvel Podcast Hosts comment on Sales and “Forced Diversity” at NYCC Panel

Marvel Comics has been met with both praise and backlash for their attempts to bring diversity in their characters, writers, and artists.  Now the publisher is facing both praise and backlash for seem...

*NEWS FLASH* WarnerMedia Makes Diversity & Inclusion Commitment

Deadline has reported that the newly formed super company WarnerMedia, the parent company of Warner Bros and HBO, have released a statement about the newly implemented companywide policy cementing its...

There are plenty of ways to ruin a man… (Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles #1 Review)

Writer: Mark Russell Penciler: Mike Meehan Inker: Mark Morales Colors: Paul Mounts Cover: Ben Caldwell This is much larger than an old cartoon character turned gay. It’s an explorative narrative...

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