Black AF Is Rad AF

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Black AF Is Rad AF

Above photo from Black Mask Studios

On this bonus episode: we cover our very first graphic novel. What would a revisionist Superman story with a black woman instead of a white dude look like? You no longer have to wonder, just pick up "Black AF" from Black Mask Studios.

 Black Mask Studios

Black Mask Studios

 Black Mask Studios

Black Mask Studios

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Antifa vs. Altright

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Antifa vs. Altright

Above photo from Image Comics

This week: "Days of Hate" takes the problem of political bubbles to its furthest extreme with a war between Antifa and the Altright. Plus, "Ice Cream Man" serves up some wholesome horror as a terrifying anthology series, DC decides they can do the Hulk better with "Damage", and "Go West" unsheathes The Blade for some apocalyptic revenge.

 Alterna Comics

Alterna Comics

 Image Comics

Image Comics

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The Good, The Bad And The Ugly of Harley Quinn

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The Good, The Bad And The Ugly of Harley Quinn

Above photo from DC

This week: DC has finally addressed the abusive relationship between the Joker and Harley Quinn. Now, we get to see what she does as a single woman in "Harley Quinn: Be Careful What You Wish For." Then, Hawkeye enters the Oldmanosphere with "Oldman Hawkeye". And, an original Avenger named Voyager returns in "Avengers: No Surrender". One problem, Voyager has never been a Marvel character till being introduced in this comic.

 Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics

 Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics

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The Male Power Fantasy Problem

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The Male Power Fantasy Problem

Above photo from Marvel Comics

This week: three comics address the comic book world's problem with male power fantasies. First, "Rogue & Gambit" seems to tackle a famous X-men's issues with misogyny. "Rise of The Black Panther" brings female characters into the spotlight. And, "Snagglepuss" reimagines a famous cartoon character as a homosexual.  

 DC Comics

DC Comics

 Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics

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God Complex

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God Complex

Above photo from Aftershock Comics

This week: Judas—yeah, the one who betrayed Jesus—fights his way through hell, an evil villain with a god complex turns dead bodies into a new drug, and the secret history of Leonardo Di Vinci's robots and sexual fetishes.

 BOOM! Comics

BOOM! Comics

 Black Mask Comics

Black Mask Comics

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