Should We Marvel at a Black Captain America?
“It’s a Bird … It’s a Plane … It’s … A Comic Book in the Classroom?”: Truth: Red, White, and Black as Test Case for Teaching Superhero Comics, Sean P. Connors (In Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction)
Thomas, P.L. (2017). Can superhero comics defeat racism?: Black superheroes “torn between sci-fi fantasy and cultural reality.” In C.A. Hill (ed.), Teaching comics through multiple lenses: Critical perspectives (pp. 132-146). New York, NY: Routledge.
O Captain America! Our Captain America!
Recommended: Adilifu Nama’s Super Black
Super Black: American Pop Culture and Black Superheroes, Adilifu Nama
Black Goliath: “Some Black Super Dude,” Osvaldo Oyola
Black Lightning Always Strikes Twice! – Double-Consciousness as a Super-Power, Osvaldo Oyola
Black Communities of the 30th Century: Racial Assimilation and Ahistoricity in Superhero Comics, Osvaldo Oyola
The Man Who Lived Twice! (If You Can Call That Living): Marvel’s Brother Voodoo, Osvaldo Oyola
Humanity Not Included: DC’s Cyborg and the Mechanization of the Black Body, Robert Jones, Jr.
The Captain White America Needs, Osvaldo Oyola