Ta-Nehisi Coates, Steve Orlando and Tee Vixen Franklin tackled the topic of race and gender representation in comics.
The award-winning author reveals has plans for a 60-issue story in Marvel's "Black Panther."
Joseph Illidge examines recent announcements at Marvel and DC Comics, and the progress it represents for Black women in the comic book industry.
Coogler explained how his perception of the classic Marvel hero has been shaped by Ta-Nehisi Coates' best-selling comic book series.
The latest video in the "A Nation Under Our Feet" series melds comics and hip-hop, debuting a new track from Prodigy of Mobb Deep (ft. Mark the Beast).
"It's because human beings have limits," the "Between the World and Me" writer explained to fans after a 2-week setback.
Marvel once again takes inspiration from acclaimed hip-hop duo Run the Jewels, this time for the second-printing cover of "Black Panther" #2.
Writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and critically acclaimed hip-hop group Run The Jewels recap the first issue of "Black Panther" in a new video.
Ta-Nehisi Coates explains the appeal of Marvel's African king in an attempt to woo new readers to comics.
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates, the writer of Marvel's "Black Panther," has won a PEN Literary Award for his acclaimed memoir "Between the World and Me."
With the success of Marvel Comics' "Black Panther" #1, Joseph Illidge examines the contributions of a mostly-overlooked creator in the series.
Axel Alonso talks what makes Ta-Nehisi Coates & Brian Stelfreeze's "Black Panther" special, and what artist Jim Cheung brings to "Dead No More."
The trial of two men suspected of planning an armed attack against the 2015 Pokemon World Championships has been delayed until November.
In Ta-Nehisi Coates and Brian Stelfreeze's "Black Panther" #1, T'Challa has his own covert mission, which may or may not restore a major character.
Marvel's EiC Axel Alonso calls the early success of the series "a testament to the vision of the creative team" of Ta-Nehisi Coates & Brian Stefreeze.
With anticipation building for Marvel's "Civil War," Joseph Illidge examines fan response to the trailer featuring Black Panther and Spider-Man.