Lockhart wanted to “create a hero whose heritage and ethnicity were important to the way she thought about being a hero.”
Kafka would like it for this reason: it’s funny.
‘Is Superman Circumcised?’ by author Roy Schwartz delves deep into the Bible, golems and immigrant narratives.
I saw Superman as an excuse to hide my identities rather than to exist as the complete synthesized version of them.
Marvel may claim to be “apolitical,” but its comics say otherwise.
Sometimes we forget that talking about the Holocaust is a relatively new thing for most Americans.
Batwoman will be an out lesbian who identifies as Jewish and works as a street fighter to bring justice to the people.
Fresh off directing the major undertaking “A Wrinkle In Time,” DuVernay is turning to comics.
DC Comics’ newest writer says that the choices he has made for his new Superman series are “deeply connected to [the character’s] origins.
If it looks like a bagel…