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Black Superheroes On The Web – February 2016

MARVEL’S “SOLARMAN” GETS REBOOT FROM SCOUT COMICS 100 Black Supervillains! University of Alabama students create their own comic book company Black superheroes saved a real life: Mine. Roundtable: The Importance of Black Superheroes Kwanza Osajyefo shares how Dwayne McDuffie inspired… Continue Reading →

I Am The Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali

I Am The Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali starred the champ himself, animated of course, as an action hero. He and his crew would solve mysteries and bring bad people to justice not unlike most Saturday morning cartoon shows… Continue Reading →

Superstretch and Microwoman

Superstretch and Microwoman were the code names of the crime-fighting suburban couple, Chris and Christy Cross. They wore coordinated jumpsuits without masks. Chris could shape change like Plastic Man and Christy could shrink to microscopic size. Together with their dog named… Continue Reading →

Poignant Panels – Nighthawk

Apparently Pennyworth has been using Nighthawk’s fortune to fund the Sons of the Serpent. Defenders Vol 1 #25 – July, 1975

Black Superheroes On The Web – January 2016

Black Superhero Activity on the Web: Every Black Kid Knew That Panthro Was A Black Man Pass The Popcorn: Okayplayer Predicts The Cast Of Marvel’s “The Black Panther” Super-Team Family: Powerman and Shaft THE NEW MARVEL UNIVERSE. BORN OUT OF… Continue Reading →

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