Despite its laugh tracks and various winks and nods, the Marvel superhero series is lacking in its homage to iconic television.
A new exhibition recognizes the importance of representation both on the comics page and in the hands of the artists making them.
This film is not just the culmination of 11 years of storytelling within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but also of Hollywood using action films to reenact 9/11.
When it was announced last fall that Ta-Nehisi Coates would write an ongoing Black Panther series at Marvel, with art by Brian Stelfreeze, people beyond the confines of the comics industry got excited.
Marvel is launching a new solo superhero series, which in and of itself wouldn’t be that exciting — except the star will be a Muslim Pakistani-American teenage girl from New Jersey.