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This is my inner-self, this is who I will be; because I choose to be

I love this piece as a representation of cultural fusion. Often, it can be difficult to visualize how a cultural concept would look when writing fantasy fiction. This is direct and achievable.

Cockey monk

Cockey monk

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Black Lightning (real name Jefferson Pierce), was one of the first major African American superheroes to appear in DC Comics.[1] He debuted in Black Lightning #1 (April 1977), and was created by writer Tony Isabella and artist Trevor Von Eeden.[2][3]

Black Lightning (real name Jefferson Pierce), was one of the first major African American superheroes to appear in DC He debuted in Black Lightning (April and was created by writer Tony Isabella and artist Trevor Von

Every sister deserves one.

Every sister deserves one. Put him in a Captain America suit and I'll call him my husband!

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