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— Stanley Crawford in a letter to Noy Holland (The Believer, Feburary 2010)

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I always hated random encounters. **BATTLE MUSIC!**
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I always hated random encounters. **BATTLE MUSIC!**

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jeremykaye:

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I always hated random encounters. **BATTLE MUSIC!**

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Peachtree Street, Atlanta

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I have a question that you don’t have the answer to.
DC has a pair of Supermen who are Black in their established universes, Calvin Ellis and Val-Zod. The former was created by iconic writer Grant Morrison and is a major part of his Multiversity mini-series while the latter is the new face of Earth 2 and headlining that book and an upcoming miniseries.
And yet, the comic media hasn’t made a big to-do about these two characters the way they have for Miles Morales, the Spider-Man of the Marvel Ultimate universe. 
Is it because Miles took over a fan-favorite role? It can’t be because Calvin and Val-Zod are in alternate universes (again, Miles is still limited to the Ultimate Universe). 
It’s just weird seeing two versions of one of comic’s biggest icon not getting much shine. It’s DC’s fault. They don’t care about Superman.
blackfolksmakingcomics:

I have a question that you don’t have the answer to.
DC has a pair of Supermen who are Black in their established universes, Calvin Ellis and Val-Zod. The former was created by iconic writer Grant Morrison and is a major part of his Multiversity mini-series while the latter is the new face of Earth 2 and headlining that book and an upcoming miniseries.
And yet, the comic media hasn’t made a big to-do about these two characters the way they have for Miles Morales, the Spider-Man of the Marvel Ultimate universe. 
Is it because Miles took over a fan-favorite role? It can’t be because Calvin and Val-Zod are in alternate universes (again, Miles is still limited to the Ultimate Universe). 
It’s just weird seeing two versions of one of comic’s biggest icon not getting much shine. It’s DC’s fault. They don’t care about Superman.

blackfolksmakingcomics:

I have a question that you don’t have the answer to.

DC has a pair of Supermen who are Black in their established universes, Calvin Ellis and Val-Zod. The former was created by iconic writer Grant Morrison and is a major part of his Multiversity mini-series while the latter is the new face of Earth 2 and headlining that book and an upcoming miniseries.

And yet, the comic media hasn’t made a big to-do about these two characters the way they have for Miles Morales, the Spider-Man of the Marvel Ultimate universe. 

Is it because Miles took over a fan-favorite role? It can’t be because Calvin and Val-Zod are in alternate universes (again, Miles is still limited to the Ultimate Universe). 

It’s just weird seeing two versions of one of comic’s biggest icon not getting much shine. It’s DC’s fault. They don’t care about Superman.

Episode 36 - Albert Whitley

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Albert Whitley is a senior art director at SapientNitro and the current vice-president of AIGA Atlanta.

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“If you can’t like Captain America anymore because he’s black, there’s a word for that.”

blackfolksmakingcomics:

You’re going to read a lot of … comments in the coming days and weeks about the latest Marvel announcement.

Welcome to “post-racial America,” boys and girls, whatever the hell that means. I’m seeing it as a period where people could say the most ignorant, bigoted things about minorities because…

Well said.