Tag Archives | Doug Saribay

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Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Politics of Super-Heroes

Black Panther is an interesting hero.  He is an official card-carrying member of the Avengers, but his primary loyalty lies with his own country, Wakanda.  In addition to patriotism, it comes from a higher calling as king of his country.  Wakanda has long abided by a policy of isolationism, choosing to hide away and keep […]

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Looking at “A League of One”

I have a confession to make. I didn’t know anything about Wonder Woman for a long time into my time reading comics. I knew her by sight, sure. It’s hard not to; she’s one of the most iconic and referenced characters in pop culture. Eventually, there came a point where I felt like it was […]

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Going Cosmic

Once upon a time, a curious me wanted to catch up on Avengers history. Through some digging, I found a name that kept popping up on the top 5 greatest Avengers stories of all time: The Korvac Saga. So I found myself a trade copy and decided to see what all the hubbub was about. […]

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Welcoming the Future, Treasuring the Past.