Representing Instead of Resenting
Representing Instead of Resenting
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like a falcon, he strikes
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Things Are Changing In Comics
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Of the six primary heroic leads in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, only one is a white dude.
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tights-and-capes:

Punk Storm by Sean Anderson
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pryce14:

fromahat:

Jubilee Week by Jahnoy Lindsay, Jamal Campbell, Te’Shawn Dwyer, Dylan Burnett and Paris Alleyne

From a Hat feature for this week: Jubilee
pryce14:

fromahat:

Jubilee Week by Jahnoy Lindsay, Jamal Campbell, Te’Shawn Dwyer, Dylan Burnett and Paris Alleyne

From a Hat feature for this week: Jubilee
pryce14:

fromahat:

Jubilee Week by Jahnoy Lindsay, Jamal Campbell, Te’Shawn Dwyer, Dylan Burnett and Paris Alleyne

From a Hat feature for this week: Jubilee
pryce14:

fromahat:

Jubilee Week by Jahnoy Lindsay, Jamal Campbell, Te’Shawn Dwyer, Dylan Burnett and Paris Alleyne

From a Hat feature for this week: Jubilee
pryce14:

fromahat:

Jubilee Week by Jahnoy Lindsay, Jamal Campbell, Te’Shawn Dwyer, Dylan Burnett and Paris Alleyne

From a Hat feature for this week: Jubilee
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csrcalloway:

jointheinc:

"As the darkness swelled to a harrowing black, Skyboarder’s eyes seemed to shine brighter and deeper, if such a thing was possible. Reblaze had never seen anything like it. Her eyes were virtually solid gold, and luminous fingers curled into fists…"
Image of Kim/Skyboarder, Ezekiel/Leviathan, Justus/Hydroxygen, Coda/Damascus, and Rico/Reblaze by the talented aiseybarbie
http://csrcstorys.com/peculiar-inc

I absolutely adore this image! It was commissioned for fun, and now I wish I had commissioned it for the rerelease. Hope you guys love it!
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fromahat:

Ms. Marvel Week, art by Jamal Campbell, Paris Alleyne and guest artist, Caitlin Lane
fromahat:

Ms. Marvel Week, art by Jamal Campbell, Paris Alleyne and guest artist, Caitlin Lane
fromahat:

Ms. Marvel Week, art by Jamal Campbell, Paris Alleyne and guest artist, Caitlin Lane
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"A crew of five bank robbers armed to the eyebrows with automatic weapons, all brought to their knees by a black woman in tribal wrap and Egyptian gold. Just now, remembering the moment, the feeling came racing back. The feeling of a young black girl living in an all-white neighborhood, going to an all-white school. No matter those white people were usually decent…usually…the girl always felt different. Never felt special in a good sense until the day she saw, on television, on the news, someone who looked like her being extraordinary."
John Ridley, Those Who Walk In Darkness
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Hello Again!
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illumistrations:

A Storm’s Coming, sketch.
I think Ororo needs to chill out with the whole Polar Vortex thing…