Wednesday, February 17, 2016


What if only black people had superpowers in the United States? What would our society look like then? Find out in "Black" by Kwanza Osajyefo, Tim Smith III, Jamal Igle, and Khary Randolph.

I supported this project with a donation and was very happy to do so. People of color need to start supporting each other's endeavors, it's the only way we'll ever see ourselves portrayed in a perpetually positive light that we'd appreciate.

Also, stories like these are ones that conglomerate publishers like Marvel and DC have historically been too politically-correct and afraid to deal with on a large scale, so when independent creators take the responsibility on their shoulders to tackle these issues, I think they deserve immense support from the comic book community for the sake of creativity and diversity. There's nothing like independence, and independent creators will be the ones who ultimately save our ailing industry.

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