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Super Soul Comix
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Bronze Age artist Richard “Grass” Green was one of the leading pioneers of African-American comics creators. Super Soul Comix was his original anthology mixing superheroes with Blaxploitation. Vietnam vet Marty Meathead is transformed into the super-powered Soul Brother American and fights racist racketeers. A Quiet Evening At Home has a couple splatting a spider. Then, Eric Private(The Black Eye)bashes the badass Baron Stroe. Finally, a bonus chapter of the astounding Afro Boy! Unbelievable underground comix!…

Butterfly: The First Black Superheroine
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Premiering in Hell-Rider magazine from 1971 during the Bronze Age, The Butterfly was the very first African-American comic book superheroine! Marian Michaels leads a double-life not only as a hit Vegas nightclub singer, but as the masked maiden known as Butterfly. Aside from being a hand-to-hand combat expert, Butterfly also uses blinding light effects, suction gloves, and a jumping jet pack to fight the forces of evil! She clashes with the crafty Claw and his clan of costumed cat-men, plus the Grand Master along with the Brothers of the Crimson Cross! Written by Gary Friedrich; art by John Celardo, Mike Esposito, Rich Buckler, and Bill Everett. Also included are tales of other foxy mamas like Salimba the Jungle Goddess by Stephen Perry, plus Go-Go Girl and Disappointed Doll by Jack Kirby(…

Ebon: The First Underground Black Superhero
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At the dawn of indy comics, the world was introduced to Ebon: The First Underground Black Superhero. Larry Fuller created this genre-changing title about Valentine Jones, a black policeman who is captured by aliens to inherit the power of space deity Jom. After winning a gladiatorial match, Valentine uses his new gifts of strength and flight to become the hero Ebon. Early Afropunk action…

Lady Satan: The First Black Anti-Heroine
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First appearing in Psycho and Scream magazines in 1973, Lady Satan was the premiere African-American comic book anti-heroine! Anne Jason is a debutante who travels out to the town of Salem, and is accosted by a demonic cult that have her possessed by the spirit of the witch, Black Anne. Anne now changes between her human and vampiric demon form, using her newfound powers to try and stop the Devil’s plans to release the Anti-Christ! Beastly Bronze Age battles with this hellish heroine!…

Lobo: The First Black Comic Book Hero
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Lobo was the first black comic book hero! Premiering in 1965 by Dell Comics, Lobo is the premiere African-American comics character to receive their own title. During the Civil War, Lobo was a Union soldier, and blamed for a crime he didn’t commit. He then becomes a wandering outlaw, traveling the old west, using his sharpshooting skills to fight injustice in the wild frontier. Great gunslinger action from the Silver Age!…

Real Black Heroes
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Real Black Heroes showcases comic biographies of real life African-American figures in history. Highlighting George Washington Carver, Charles Thomas, Mary McLeod, Paul Robeson, Charles David, Kenneth Clark, Matt Henson, Charles French, and Martin Luther King Jr. Classic comics of actual heroes….

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