the color barrier
Joseph Illidge examines the argument against a Black/Latino Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by looking at past consumer actions.
With DC Comics' announcement of a more diverse writers' pool, Joseph Illidge gives his take on the publisher's newest initiative.
With the return of THE COLOR BARRIER for Black History Month, Joseph Illidge considers why the "Storm" series is not selling well in today's market.
Joseph Phillip Illidge brings his column "The Color Barrier" to a close with a preview of what's to come from his new CBR series: "The Mission."
Joseph Illidge picked up "Futures End" #3 and wonders if a "thugged out" portrayal of Mister Terrific undermines the character -- or matters at all.
Joseph Illidge's final COLOR BARRIER recounts lessons learned from Dwayne McDuffie and the looks to the future of diversity in comics.
Phil Jimenez concludes his talk with Joseph Illidge, touching on his dual roles, minority status and how comics have helped him grow as a person.
Joseph Illidge sits down for part one of a lengthy interview with writer/artist Phil Jimenez about Wonder Woman, sexual politics and comic book race relations.
Joseph Illidge discusses the ongoing work involved in maintaining a presence in comics with industry veterans Brandon Easton and Le Beau Underwood.
Johnny Storm will be played by a Black actor in Fox's "Fantastic Four" reboot, but, as it turns out, that's not the reason fans are angry.
Joseph Illidge speaks with comic book artist and musician Afua Richardson about exploring the theme of identity and more in her art and music.
In the latest installment of CBR series "The Color Barrier," Joseph Illidge talks with Geoffrey Thorne about his work and industry perspective.
Joseph Illidge joins CBR during Black History Month for THE COLOR BARRIER, a series on diversity in comics accompanied by a message of hope.