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What Spidey’s Far From Home Trailer Could Mean For Marvel’s Black Heroes

We see you, Miles Morales. With the incredibly revealing spoilers that were littered throughout the ridiculously revealing Spider-Man: Far from Home trailer comes the first...

Falcon And Winter Soldier Series Lead Disney+ Content Reveal

They join Loki, Wanda and Vision as other Marvel characters slated to get their own shows. This phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about...

The Cultural Significance of Marvel’s The Black Panther


Created in 1966 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the Black Panther has since grown into one of the greatest, if not the greatest, hero of African descent in the history of major comic book publishing.  The Black Panthers appearances in Jungl

Black Culture Was A Super Power In Zack Snyder’s Justice League

The part of Warner Bros. Pictures that deals with the DC Comics movies has a problem with Black audiences that need to be addressed.

Black History Month in Focus: Racism In Early Comics

This is part of The Shadow League’s yearly Black History Month In Focus series celebrating Black excellence in sports and culture. **************************** The movie Black Panther...

TBT: Reflecting Back On Challenge ALS, Last Year’s Best Sports Story


It's understandable if you missed the best sports story of 2017.

You probably got caught up with 

The Golden Age Of Superhero TV Is Still Tainted By White Nerd Racism


The CW has been one of the most racially and culturally inclusive television networks in existence since their founding in 1995 as the WB.  With

Avengers Infinity War Review: Where Thanos Goes, Death Follows


The time has arrived, and Avengers: Infinity War is slated to hit the theaters, but I got to see it first! As is common protocol, this will

Black Superheroes Are Second To None, But It Wasn’t Always That Way


Comic book films are all the rage. However, as the case with any phenomenon in which the mainstream first treads, Black and Brown characters have been relatively slow to get that love.  

Sure, we all can point to the overwhelming success

Black Panther Won The College Football National Championship


In July of 1966, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby gave Black comic book fans something so culturally significant that 50 years later it still re-energized and motivated Black America. 

That something was the character Black Panther, and when he m