Joseph Illidge examines recent announcements at Marvel and DC Comics, and the progress it represents for Black women in the comic book industry.
Following Marvel's announcement of the new "Blade" artist, Joseph Illidge examines the growing presence of female creators of color in comic books.
Three months after Amazon opened a brick-and-mortar store in Seattle, the online retail giant is said to be looking to expand nationwide.
Although several British universities offer courses in graphic fiction, this is the first time a professor has been appointed to work exclusively on the subject.
David Walker, Chad Coleman, Shawn Pryor, Scott Snyder and more discuss the value of representation, with #BlackComicsMonth just the beginning.
Amy Chu, Gilbert Hernandez, Amy Mebberson and more discuss crafting their takes on Wonder Woman and the character's importance in comics and beyond.
What do you call a teenage girl with a brilliant military mind who manages to assert control over three blocks of South Central L.A.? A "Genius."
Joseph Illidge speaks with comic book artist and musician Afua Richardson about exploring the theme of identity and more in her art and music.