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Dazzler was my favorite superheroine when I was little. I thought it was the bees knees that she was a disco star who wore mirrored roller skates and went to discos with Spiderman. Her powers were turning light into sound. Fun fact: Dazzler was salvaged from the wreckage of a failed Kiss comic book/movie tie-in. Originally, she was supposed to look like Grace Jones, but when Bo Derek showed interest in the film, Dazzler’s features were changed to look more like the 10 beauty.

Ultimately a weak title, but #Dazzler was underrated for the longest as an effective hero. She finally embraced superhero status joining the #XMen in the late '80s. @Marvel


10 Best Graphic Novels You've Gotta Read

Research paper connected with novel. Instead of Mockingbird, select from: Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis, Gene Luen Yang's American Born Chinese, Elie Wiesel's Night, etc. Challenging culture?

Psi-Force was a thirty-two-issue comic book series published by Marvel Comics under their New Universe imprint from 1986 to 1989. Along with D.P. 7 and Justice, it was one of the only New Universe titles to last for thirty-two issues. It concerned a group of adolescents who had developed psionic powers following the "White Event" which had created most of the paranormals in the New Universe.

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25 Essential Graphic Novels

American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang This full-color, glossy graphic novel is a striking take on Chinese-American identity, weaving together three perspectives: Chinese folk character Monkey King; Jin Wang, a middle school student who wants desperately to assimilate; and Danny, an All-American student shamed by his Chinese cousin, the unfortunately-named Chin-Kee. Its deliberate stereotypes are uncomfortable, but they raise interesting questions about race in America.