- In 1947, the All-Negro Comics single-issue comic book was published. It was the first publication exclusively by Black artists. It circulated only within the Black community, and stories included tales of Ace Harlem and Lion Man, both considered early Black comic book heroes.
Jan 27, 2023 · This list is full of picture books and young reader novels that will entertain the reader in your life while teaching them about Black history and culture. From magical stories to accounts of history, these books are must-reads and are excellent additions to home and classroom libraries. Hardcover $9.49 $18.99 ADD TO CART The Adventures of Qai Qai
Jan 27, 2023 · Black History Month February 1 - 28, 2023 Throughout the month you'll learn about Afrotechture, learn about communities disproportionally affected by HIV, join in on a youth panel, and more. To register for events, visit the Black History Month Ottawa website. Ottawa Insider Blog What’s happening in the Ottawa area
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1 day ago · Danvers resurfaces with superhuman abilities and becomes the hero Ms. Marvel (created by writer Gerry Conway and artist John Buscema) in a self-titled series in January 1977, at first written by Gerry Conway and later by Chris Claremont. In the series, she is the editor of Women Magazine, a spin-off of the Daily Bugle. 
1 day ago · First issue was published in black-and-white. Marvel Team-Up #1-150 (March 1972 – February 1985). A series that mostly featured Spider-Man paired with a different Marvel Comics superhero each month. Replaced by Web of Spider-Man in 1985. Spider-Man Team-Up #1-7 (December 1995 – June 1997). Quarterly series.
15 hours ago · X-Men: Black - Mystique #1 was the 400th best selling comic book in 2018. Mike Fugere of CBR.com described X-Men: Black - Mystique #1 as a"great villain spotlight," writing, "Other than that one quibble, from a narrative standpoint the issue is fun and gives a strong voice to Raven. Her inner monologue reads like a character screed written for ...