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With news of the impressive sales of Marvel's new "Thor" series, Joseph Illidge makes comparisons to the publisher's "All-New Captain America."
Joseph Illidge weighs in on the criticism of DC Comics' variant cover for "Batgirl" 41 by looking at the character's past.
With the continuing progress on the new "Supergirl" television show, Joseph Illidge looks at how CBS is more progressive than DC Comics.
Joseph Illidge examines the call for new heroes in light of "Fast and Furious" actress Michelle Rodriguez's controversial comments.
Joseph Illidge compare BOOM! Studios's new "Strange Fruit" series to other Black Superman stories in comics.
Joseph Illidge examines the argument against a Black/Latino Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by looking at past consumer actions.
With DC Comics' announcement of a more diverse writers' pool, Joseph Illidge gives his take on the publisher's newest initiative.
With the return of THE COLOR BARRIER for Black History Month, Joseph Illidge considers why the "Storm" series is not selling well in today's market.
With news of the return of Milestone Media, Inc., alumni Joseph Illidge provides his take on the new company and its future prospects.
This week, the heritage of "Wonder Woman" actress Lynda Carter is the starting point for a different look at the iconic DC Comics hero.
Inspired by the writers' room of "Empire," Joseph Illidge wonders if comics publishers could succeed with programs to help foster diverse talent.
Joseph Illidge starts off the new year with his hopes for the new Captain America, and some female heroes on the way.
Joseph Illidge looks back on the year 2014 and cites various accomplishments by creators in the cause for diversity in comics.
Joseph Illidge talks about his time working on the popular DC Comics hero, and the power of her image.
Joseph Illidge talks with writer/director Alex de Campi about writing characters of color and challenging familiar archetypes in her work.
Joseph Illidge discusses how casting for Warner Bros' upcoming "Suicide Squad" film could address a problem of the studio's own making.
Joseph Illidge discusses how the historic events in Ferguson, MO inform our understanding of the comic book industry.
Joseph Illidge interviews "G.I. Joe" and "Green Arrow" artist Will Rosado about drawing comics for Marvel and DC, and commercial advertising.
"Black Dynamite" Supervising Director LeSean Thomas tells Joseph Illidge about the Kickstarter campaign for his animated pilot, "Cannon Busters."
Joseph Illidge discusses the upcoming "Black Panther" and "Cyborg" solo films, and the major differences between the two heroes.
Joseph Illidge discusses the upcoming "Static Shock" series from Warner Bros. and one of the deceased writers of the original "Static" comic book.
Joseph Illidge talks about the history of Milestone Media, Inc., its universe of multicultural characters, and its possible return.
Joseph Illidge recounts his experiences over the weekend at New York Comic Con, and sees how the industry is showing its diversity.
Joseph Illidge examines the recent Denzel Washington film "The Equalizer" as a metaphor for the Black man in America.
Joseph Illidge explains what Gotham City detective Crispus Allen, "Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes and cartoonist Gene Luen Yang have in common.
In the second installment of THE MISSION, Joseph Illidge connects Marvel's "Mighty Avengers" series to "chameleons" working within the system.
In THE MISSION debut, Joseph Illidge talks to animator LeSean Thomas about facing failure and his career from "Lizzie McGuire" to "Black Dynamite."
Augie is catching up on his superhero movies, and checks in with "Iron Man 2" this week, which attempts to do too much. Also, two Image Comics titles try to be "Lost," but is either successful?
Augie pulls triple-duty and reviews this week's issues of Image Comics' status quo-changing "Savage Dragon" and "The Mission,'" analyzes Morris' approach to art in "Lucky Luke" and runs down some lookalike logos.
"RED" screenwriters Jon and Erich Hoeber make the leap to the paneled page with "The Mission," a new Image Comics and Collider Entertainment title about a man recruited to participate in the war between good and evil.
Comics and Hollywood meet with Collider Entertainment, an Image imprint overseen by Marc Guggenheim. We spoke about their first titles, overcoming the Hollywood stigma and more.