Tag: Ta-Nehisi Coates

10 Comics I Liked In 2016

It’s the end of December, that time of year when I share ten comics I like and haven’t written about (much) and think you might like, too. Once again, my list is full of Dynamite and Image comics. But this year, I didn’t notice till I was making […]

Summer Fun Time Reading ’16

It’s that time again. The UV, both A and B, is high. The pollen’s flying. The sun is shining. And everywhere the summer lists are in bloom. So I have a list of comics that might go well with that public radio-recommended salad or be just the thing […]

“The Feminists of Wakanda”

At The Atlantic, Ta-Nehisi Coates writes about his current run on Black Panther, the prominence of female characters, feminism and the role of criticism. “The feminist critique is in the air now. If my rendition of Black Panther wasn’t created by that critique, it breathed the same air. […]

“Raymond Chandler’s Private Dick”

Ta-Nehisi Coates writes an interesting post about Philip Marlowe, masculinity, biology and misogyny at The Atlantic: “I’ve consumed art like this all my life–men claiming invulnerability, against all I know of maleness and human attraction. Misogyny is not merely a moral problem, but a problem of art. It […]