At the Virtues of Captain America, friend of the Gutter Mark. D. White looks at Avengers #32-3 (Sept. / Oct. 1966). “These two issues are not heavy on ethical content related to Captain America specifically, but it is a particularly timely story… unfortunately. It deals with a white […]
Friend of the Gutter, Mark D. White has a new blog looking at “ethically memorable moments in Captain America’s 50+ years in comics since his Silver Age revival in 1964.” And he begins with Cap in Avengers #4 (1967)!
Friend of the Gutter Mark D. White writes about first issue of Ta-Nehisi Coates and Leinil Francis Yu’s Captain America. He focuses on five aspects that “excite [him] going forward.”
Mild-mannered Mark D. White has a double life. By day, he’s a professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York. And, well, also by day, he’s a writer on superheroes, philosophy and what we can learn about […]
Friend of the Gutter Mark D. White talks about Captain America, philosophy and Marvel’s Civil War on the NerdSync podcast!
Pacific-Standard interviews friend of the Gutter Mark D. White about Marvel’s Civil War and how it illustrates ethical conflicts. “Civil War goes back to these classic ideas of liberty versus security that we, at least in America, have been dealing with intensely since 9/11. When it comes to […]