Comic Books

Entries:
2019
• October 15: Illustrating a black girl superhero: Luciano Vecchio and Matt Milla presenting Ironheart
• October 11: Ta-Nehisi Coates, Bryan Hill, black men, and diversity in comics
• October 11: Black girls, representation, and Ironheart
• July 30: Comic Books and #BrownSkinGirlChallenge
• June 2: Extended notes on the comic book work of Bryan Hill
• May 11: Dexter Soy and Veronica Gandini on Batman and the Outsiders
• April 20: This super, so aring black girl, Ironheart
• April 19: How Bryan Hill diversifies our views of villainy
• February 22: Taking on Killmonger: Bryan Hill & Juan Ferreyra
• January 25: Juan Ferreyra, double-page spreads, and brain power
• January 10: Juan Ferreyra's masterful artwork on Killmonger

2018
• December 31: Reading Bryan Hill in 2018
• December 17: A checklist of comics by black writers and artists in 2018
• December 11: Eve L. Ewing, poetry, comic books, and infinite possibility
• December 2: Riri Williams, Ironheart, Eve Ewing, and Maya Angelou
• August 27: Diversity, Culture, and Comics
• August 20: Roundup of coverage on Eve L. Ewing and Marvel's Riri Williams/Ironheart
• July 4: Coverage of Captain America, Ta-Nehisi Coates
• March 3: Coverage of Ta-Nehisi Coates as new Captain America writer

2017
• December 19: The outstanding editorial work of Joseph Illidge in 2017
• December 6: Coverage on another, different run of the Black Panther
• December 4: Keith Knight: A brief retrospective
• December 4: Keith Knight: A bibliography
• November 20: The fabulous artwork of Accell
• November 8: Khary Randolph's Catalyst Prime covers
• October 20: That anti-bullying moment from comic book Superb
• September 12: Discussing comics, feminism, and online harassment
• September 8: Preparing to cover comic book Noble #1 with East St. Louis students
• September 2: Comic books, collegiate black women, and the Blerd Gurl
• August 25: The Penciling, Inking, and Coloring of Superb
• August 18: East St. Louis study group focusing on comic books--Noble & Superb
• August 4: Noble and the visual storytelling of Roger Robinson, Brandon Thomas
• July 31: Assigning The Blerd Gurl in an African American literature course
• July 20: Scholar Sheena Howard makes her comic book debut with Superb
• July 14: The creative, collaborative work of action scenes in Noble
• July 2: Noble's cultural and geographic diversity
• July 2: Coverage of Noble
• June 27: Victor LaValle's black woman protagonist breaks new ground
• June 14: Victor LaValle's angry, brilliant, black woman mad scientist

2016
• September 3: Ta-Nehisi Coates, Reginald Hudlin & Black Panther
• August 14: Sanford Greene's Black Panther variant covers
• July 24: Coverage of Roxane Gay, Ta-Nehisi Coates & Black Panther
• July 11: Ta-Nehisi Coates's commentary on Black Panther from The Atlantic
• July 2: A Notebook on Black Panther
• July 2: List of Black Panther variants and artists
• June 29: Henry Dumas, the Black Panther comic book, and Ta-Nehisi Coates
• May 26: Comic books and moments of weirdness
• May 22: Variant covers for Black Panther #1
• May 21: Talking comic books, rap music, and African American literary studies
• April 5: Coverage of Ta-Nehisi Coates & Brian Stelfreeze’s Black Panther

2015
• March 28: Heroic Adventures and the SIUE/East St. Louis Charter School

2013
• May 10: The year reading Chew
• April 10: Another Wednesday at Heroic Adventures
• April 4: Comic book store leaps tall building, helps out literature teacher
• February 6: Black Studies, Comic Books & Future Histories

2012
• December 10: Why Michonne Matters
• December 9: Michonne and Caesar Valenzano
• November 4: Michonne vs. Michonne
• October 18: Caesar Valenzano, Samuel Jackson, and Chew 
• October 11: Weekly Visits to Heroic Adventures Comic Bookstore
• August 6: Kyle Baker, Reginald Hudlin, and Rob Guillory
• July 20: More on Rob Guillory's Visual Signifying
• July 14: Hunting for Easter Eggs; or Understanding the Visual Signifying of Rob Guillory
• July 3: Catching up on Reginald Hudlin's Black Panther

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