Aesthetic Grooves

Racism In The Old West

Racism In The Old West

 
Here are a few examples of Tokenism and Racism In Western Comics…

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Black Music And Comics

Black Music And Comics

In celebration of June being Black Music Month, The Museum Of UnCut Funk is highlighting Black music and musicians featured in comic books.

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Richard “Grass” Green

Richard “Grass” Green

Richard “Grass” Green (May 7 1939 – August 5, 2002) was a cartoonist most notable being the first Black participant in both the 1960’s fan art movement and the 1970’s underground comix movement.

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Superman Vs. Muhammad Ali

Superman Vs. Muhammad Ali

Superman’s Greatest Opponent: Muhammad Ali

Superman has had a tumultuous superhero career since his debut in 1938. He has been forced to walk the Earth as the boring Clark Kent and suffered the stress of battling villains like Lex Luthor and Braniac. In 1992, he was even killed by another foe, Doomsday, before returning a year later.

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Fast Willie Jackson

Fast Willie Jackson

Fast Willie Jackson was a funky comic book series that depicted 1970’s Black culture in a positive way. The cast of characters reminds you of the classic Blaxploitation flicks Five On the Black Hand Side and A Piece of The Action.

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Barack Obama: The First Nerd President?

Barack Obama: The First Nerd President?

Barack Obama: The First Nerd President? Let’s find out…

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Bad Bad Mrs.

Bad Bad Mrs.

Yeah, yeah
You are a bad bad Mrs.
In them skin tight britches

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How is Obama Appearing in Comic Books?

How is Obama Appearing in Comic Books?

He’s the coolest MOFO on the planet and he appears in way more comic books than any other politician.

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