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With Marvel's announcement about RiRi Williams, the new Black female Iron Man, Joseph Illidge looks at the future beyond the new superhero.
Joseph considers the relevance of DC Comics' Superman, from his place in the fictional world of comic books to what he means in the real world.
Joseph Illidge considers the symbolic efforts in DC Comics' "Batman: Rebirth" in the wake of the death of real-life icon Muhammad Ali.
"DC Universe: Rebirth" sent shockwaves through the comic book landscape and Joseph Illidge discusses the book's ultimate statement.
Following the passing of Darwyn Cooke, Joseph Illidge looks at the creator's effect on DC Comics' Catwoman and his powerful aesthetic.
Within "Captain America: Civil War's" action and spectacle, Joseph finds a timely and dramatic moment for Iron Man with real world resonance.
Joseph Illidge looks at Marvel and DC Comics' July comic book releases and considers creators working outside the Big 2.
Joseph discusses his time working on Black Canary for DC Comics, and how the character's "Arrow" journey impacted him.
With the success of Marvel Comics' "Black Panther" #1, Joseph Illidge examines the contributions of a mostly-overlooked creator in the series.
Joseph Illidge looks at the DC Comics Rebirth announcements, and tries to identify when things changed for the publisher.
Following Marvel's announcement of the new "Blade" artist, Joseph Illidge examines the growing presence of female creators of color in comic books.
With anticipation building for Marvel's "Civil War," Joseph Illidge examines fan response to the trailer featuring Black Panther and Spider-Man.
With the box office success of "Deadpool," Joseph Illidge examines the possible future of the Marvel character's world.
Joseph Illidge speaks with the Marvel and DC Comics veterans behind "BLACK," the Kickstarter success that takes a different look at super powers.
With new series "BLACK" announced via Kickstarter, Joseph Illidge looks at its creators and the role DC and Marvel played in its creation.
With two Captain America books on Marvel Comics' slate, Joseph Illidge considers what the two heroes represent.
With the first arc of Marvel's "Invincible Iron Man" by Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez completed, Joseph reveals why he's a fan of the book.
After watching the "DC Super Hero Girls" webisodes, Joseph Illidge ponders what's missing from the brand.
With "Vixen" moving from animation to the live-action on "Arrow," Joseph Illidge looks at the character's history and future importance.
Joseph Illidge discusses the connection and importance of new "Star Wars" characters Rey and Finn in "The Force Awakens."
Joseph Illidge discusses why he wants an Asian Iron Fist and puts forth a challenge to everyone who wants the same.
With Ryan Coogler reportedly directing Marvel's "Black Panther" movie, Joseph Illidge considers a similar rumor earlier this year.
Marvel Studios' first "Civil War" trailer and the recent film release "Creed" tell a larger story that Joseph Illidge wants to explore.
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.
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.