Much to my personal delight, I had the opportunity to read my new friend Chris Hunt’s phenomenal effort CARVER:A Paris Story. This is a no nonsense, violent, layered, personal story of an ordinary man, Francis Carver, surviving extraordinary circumstances and what is left of that man in it’s wake. Carver is no Superman, he’s not…
“In a world that already fears and hates them – what if only Black people had superpowers?”
If you enjoy superheroes or graphic novels, you owe this man a debt of gratitude.
Earlier this year, when DC Entertainment announced that editor Karen Berger was leaving, comics fans lamented what they perceived as the death knell for the company’s signature imprint, Vertigo Comics.
Put on your cape n’ tights and plunge into the 50 Greatest Superhero–and Villain–Names of All Time, by Samuel Sattin.
The Good Men Project sits down with Dylan Edwards, graphic novelist, to talk about his book, “Transposes,” which tells the stories of seven gay transgender men.
See Batman in a whole new light: the darkest of knights comes to home video on September 25.
This is a comment by Dave Booda on the post “True American Gods”.
This is a comment by David Byron on the post “A History of LGBT Characters and Themes in Comics”.
Tara Block details the history of LGBT themes and characters comic strips, comic books, and the graphic novel world.
Of Mice and Men: Ben Labe explains what lessons we can learn from graphic novel ‘Maus.’
Two Black History Month presentations look at our images in sequential art and more.
Mark D. White’s personal hero, Captain America, may be the best example of a good man.