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Representation and Health 101: VIXEN Mari McCabe

Representation and Health 101: VIXEN Mari McCabe

Merry Sunday and thanks for tuning in to another Representation and Health Black History Spectacular! I’ve covered another major Black woman for DC Comics earlier this month, and today I’m going to highlight another who has the hearts of many fans. Known to many for her appearance in the Justice League Unlimited animated series and

Representation and Health 101: POWER MAN Luke Cage

Welcome to a fiddle-faddling new Representation and Health Black History Spectacular! This month, I’ve kept an eye on the release for a new comic from Marvel and decided to dedicate the column to one of the series’ main stars. He’s a man with indestructible skin who’s no stranger to expletives and busting heads. On the

Representation and Health 101: SUICIDE SQUAD’S Amanda Waller

It’s time for another installment of the Representation and Health Black History Spectacular! This time, we are going to look at one of the biggest names in DC. She breathes audacity and strategy, her machinations deliberate and methodical. As part of Checkmate and the handler of the Suicide Squad, she knows her way around dangerous

Representation and Health 101: STEEL John Henry Irons

Here’s yet another Representation and Health Black History Spectacular! This month, we’ve been looking at different Black comic book characters and examining their importance. From Monica Rambeau to Prodigy, this column has addressed why these characters are valuable. So now at the midpoint, I’d like to discuss someone pretty super. He helped to fill a

Representation and Health 101: SHANA of the Holograms

It’s time to feel the groove in a new Representation and Health Black History Spectacular column! Today’s focus is a character who existed long before her comic. However, upon her return with her famous friends, many people, including myself were excited. She exemplifies Black people as dynamic individuals and helps to dash some stereotypical notions

Representation and Health 101: CAPTAIN AMERICA Isaiah Bradley

In this installment of the Representation and Health Black History Spectacular, we are going to focus more intently on… well, history. There’s someone who’s vital to Marvel history, even if he made his first appearance in 2003. He reveals the tragic, racist, and violent past of America, but also how the achievements of White people

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