Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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"Poison Ivy" writer Amy Chu discusses her approach to the Batman character, not needing to define her, and why story is really all that matters.
Marvel's "Jessica Jones" series with Luke Cage inspires Joseph Illidge to explore the couple's interracial relationship on TV and in comic books.
Joseph Illidge examines Week Six of Marvel's All-New, All-Different relaunch and how the debut of two team books are indicators of Marvel's future.
Joseph Illidge explores the history of Latina Superheroes at Marvel, DC Comics and new publisher DMC Comics.
Joseph Illidge looks at Warner Bros. upcoming "Suicide Squad" film and thinks on the possible history and origin of Amanda Waller in America.
Joseph Illidge examines how new Captain America Sam Wilson fulfills the promise of diversity, and also reveals a certain kind of comic book fan.
Joseph Illidge examines how Marvel Comics' new "Power Man and Iron Fist" series reflects the past and will need extraordinary support in 2016.
Joseph Illidge looks at Valiant Entertainment as the next, best choice for a superhero publisher committed to diversity.
Joseph Illidge looks at a popular media company's failure to be inclusive regarding the growing presence of women in comics.
Joseph Illidge discusses Marvel's new "Black Panther" series written by Ta-Nehisi Coates and our next step as consumers.
Joseph Illidge examines how DC Comics has tackled violence in the Black community through the Batman and other heroes.
Joseph Illidge looks forward to the future of Marvel and DC, with his predictions of their next moves for diversity.
Joseph Illidge examines the Black male hero archetype through characters published by Image Comics, DC Comics and Marvel.
Joseph Illidge examines the growing category of Black girls as superheroes in American comic books, from the Big Two publishers and beyond.
Joseph Illidge comments on the state of the industry, and plans to investigate more comic book companies in addition to Marvel and DC Comics.
This week Joseph Illidge discusses boycotts and the failed responsibility of Marvel and DC Comics.
Yang spoke with CBR's Joe Illidge about comics' growing diversity, how personal experiences informed their careers and where the Man of Steel fits into it all.
With "Shaft" getting a comedy reboot and Batgirl rumored for "Batman v Superman," Joseph Illidge examines film adaptations and critical fan response.
Joseph Illidge speaks to a number of creators and experts about their views of Marvel Comics' Hip-Hop Cover Variant event.
The new Marvel Studios film and Marvel Comics' announcement leads Joseph Illidge to examine the company's lack of cultural understanding.