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Daughters of the Dragon

Bounty hunters Misty Knight and Colleen Wing star in this sexy action thriller, the latest project from writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti – an entertaining mix of gritty action, biting comedy and sharp visuals provided by talented newcomer Khari Evans. When four less-than “super” villains – Whirlwind, 8-Ball, Humbug and Freezer Burn – skip bail and team up to rob the penthouse apartment of a wealthy publisher, they get…

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Power Man & Iron Fist: Making Magic

On March 8, POWER MAN AND IRON FIST #14 by David Walker and Sanford Greene promises to plunge the title heroes into a fight that combines supernatural and street elements. The team has worked on and off together since the Danny Rand and Luke Cage-starring book launched last year. Like the heroes in the book they make, they’ve become something of a dynamic duo. We talked with Greene about continuing…

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The Odyssey of the Amazons (2017-) #1

Don’t miss the start of this new miniseries set in the world of Wonder Woman from writer/actor Kevin Grevioux (NEW WARRIORS, UNDER WORLD). Years before the birth of Princess Diana, a group of Amazons set out on a globe-spanning quest to find others of their kind, encountering legendary creatures and beings along the way. But their journey soon turns into a rescue mission as two of their own are captured…

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Luke Cage

Celebrate Black History Month by delving into the first appearances of Marvel’s most prominent African and African-American characters on Marvel Unlimited! Marvel has always kept their fingers on the pulse when it came to pop culture. If a subgenre becomes popular at the theaters, then it usually makes its way into the hallowed halls of the House of Ideas. You can thank Hong Kong martial arts imports for Shang-Chi and…

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Blue Marvel

Celebrate Black History Month by delving into the first appearances of Marvel’s most prominent African and African-American characters on Marvel Unlimited! Unfortunately, not everyone who puts on a costume to defend the defenseless receives the adulation and thanks they so rightly deserve. In the case of Adam “Blue Marvel” Brashear, instead of praise, he received fear and admonishment, just because of the color of his skin. The 2008 five-issue limited…

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Miles Morales

Celebrate Black History Month by delving into the first appearances of Marvel’s most prominent African and African-American characters on Marvel Unlimited! In the wake of Peter Parker’s death in the pages of ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN, the void was felt in the pages of ULTIMATE FALLOUT by friends, family, teammates, and strangers alike. So, it’s appropriate that Miles Morales, a teenager of African American and Hispanic descent, first appeared in the fourth…

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World of Wakanda: Wakandan Wonders

BLACK PANTHER: WORLD OF WAKANDA #5, out March 15, continues its closer look at the Midnight Angels, two of the nation of Wakanda’s most fascinating citizens—but they along with the famous Black Panther represent only a portion of all the incredible personages that call Wakanda home. Here’s a few examples of the kind of characters that sprang from behind its borders. Shuri First Appearance: BLACK PANTHER (2005) #2 Younger sister…

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Cartoonists of Color Database

What is a Cartoonist of Color? Cartoonists of Color (CoC) is a play off of the acronym “PoC.” PoC stands for “person of color.” A PoC is anyone who identifies as non-Caucasian (non-white). On this list, you’ll find comics creators of various ethnicities: African American, Korean Canadian, Indian Singaporian, Turkish American, Iranian British, Japanese American and so many more. Why a Cartoonists of Color Database? For visibility. For academia. For…

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