The titles listed here are primarily nonfiction graphic works that address topics including the Civil Rights Movement, hip-hop, gentrification, white supremacy, the criminal justice system, police brutality, and the lives of black women. In addition the list also offers several works of fiction that offer insights into similar topics via their settings and skillful characterizations. We welcome suggestions for other titles to add to our list. Black Life and History. For young readers.
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Some you may recognize and some you may not, but they are all funnier than you'll ever be. He originally made a name for himself on British comedy shows like Popworld and Never Mind The Buzzcocks , but why let the Brits keep him all to themselves? You would never think that "awkward" and "angst"' would be good adjectives to describe someone who makes you laugh — but that's exactly what people say about this hilarious introvert. She was the first openly gay comic to host her own HBO comedy special in and she hasn't stopped trailblazing since. No topic is off-limits when it comes to her routines. No seriously, it can get pretty cringe-worthy.
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Glen Weldon. Petra Mayer. We've searched shelves, shops and sites across the universe to bring you some really great comics. Shannon Wright for NPR hide caption.
Subscriber Account active since. After a whole decade of adopting Marvel's comics for the big screen, which has spawned 23 interconnected movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still noticeably starved of LGBTQ characters. Marvel Studios' filmmakers and executives have historically tiptoed around the issue.