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The Patt Morrison Show's guest host David Lazarus will be discussing if the comics and graphic novels of today have an increased responsibility to reflect racial diversity and dispel stereotypes. [ LINK: http://kp.cc/xwcQ5v ] Tune into the show (89.3 for Los Angeles listeners) to listen to the discussion, weigh in, and contribute pins depicting race issues.
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Premiering the cover for my graphic novel. #TheRabid #GraphicNovel #Comics #Illustration #Design

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal Comics

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Habibi by Craig Thompson via www.goshlondon.com

Habibi – Gosh! Exclusive Bookplate Edition

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Logo Concept

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Growing up in Mexico, I read Kaliman, and homie struck me as odd. Vaguely Arab, with hints of telepathic superpowers. He looks dope in the all white, though, that's a good look on him. Here he's seen beating up on the dudes that are supposed to be giving Baby Jesus his gifts

Kaliman en Ecuador: Kaliman 22 - Los Misterios de Bonampak

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'Teen Titans' Welcomes New Gay Latino Superhero

Miguel Jose Barragan - New DC Comic's "Teen Titans" superhero. Born and raised in Mexico and openly homosexual.

'Teen Titans' Welcomes New Gay Latino Superhero

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10 Definitely Not Racist Comic Book Characters That Are Actually Totally Racist

Pieface - Green Lantern's Inuit friend, nicknamed as such because his face looks like an Eskimo Pie.

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"Holy Headdress Batman!"

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Native Appropriation

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Find out more from this interesting blog on Native Appropriations: http://nativeappropriations.blogspot.com/2010/05/sexiest-rain-dance-ever-cyanide-and.html

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La Cucaracha by Lalo Alcaraz

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Superman a racist?

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"Batman #56 features a delightfully politically incorrect (in other words, racist) storyline. The South American village of Casanegro (yes, I know), in the nation of Mantegua needs their own Batman to battle an evil bandit. Gotham City sends Batman down to set their Batman up."

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Storm from Marvel's X-Men series

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Green Lantern John Stewart, originally introduced as a backup Green Lantern.

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The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder

The Boondocks Comic Strip

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Black Dynamite comic hits stores this month and here’s the cover

Black Dynamite

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Nightrunner - a recent Muslim superhero.

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A tough question about racial relations is brought up in this Green Lantern comic.

Pretty pink, baby blue... why don't you tell me something new?

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Backlash To Black-Latino Spiderman Indicates We're Not A Post-Racial Society

Marvel's decision to create Miles Morales - a half-black, half-Hispanic teenager as the next Spiderman (albeit in an "alternate universe") sparked a controversy in August.

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"...in this February 1976 issue of Black Goliath, Dr. Foster’s transformation into a superhero potentially resonated with American anxieties about urban “race riots,” and with the problems of social mobility and the black middle class."

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