• Tini Howard’s Captain America

    Tini Howard’s Captain America0

    Writer Tini Howard takes Captain America and Bucky back to their origins with a World War II story in Captain America Annual #1. The story involves Cap and Bucky protecting World War II concentration camp escapees, an element of World War II that many Cap stories have shied away from. It’s a dark time in our

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  • Seattle, Superheroes, and Social Justice: Vishavjit Singh’s WHAM! BAM! POW! at the Wing Luke Museum

    Seattle, Superheroes, and Social Justice: Vishavjit Singh’s WHAM! BAM! POW! at the Wing Luke Museum0

    WHAM! BAM! POW! Cartoons, Turbans and Confronting Hate opened May 4, May 2018 and runs through February 24, 2019 at the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle, Washington. It is the story of Vishavjit Singh, a Sikh American cartoonist who dresses as Captain America to dispel misconceptions in the United States about the traditional Sikh turban.

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  • The Many Ages of American Comics

    The Many Ages of American Comics0

    Recently, I saw someone on Twitter talking about classic Golden and Silver Age Iron Man stories. I just about leapt out of my skin. I didn’t want to be that person, but it really bugged me. Why, you ask? Because Iron Man didn’t exist in the Golden Age. In fact, almost all the iconic Marvel

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