I really dig this character, but I don’t think he’s in print right now. I’m not sure if there’s anything with him coming up on the horizon.
I never cared much for this character. He had pretty standard-issue, uncreative powers, plus he was kind of an angry bastard all the time (hence his name). Oh, get this: Rage’s strength would grow the more he punched things or used his power in an aggressive way, kind of like the Hulk.
John Stewart is Hal Jordan’s backup cop, should anything happen to him.
Actually, that’s not quite true. John Stewart is the backup backup cop. Green Lantern Guy Gardner was the primary backup to Hal Jordan. John was really only brought in when Guy was injured and out of action.
This will be a quick one, since I really don’t know too much about Patriot. I don’t care to read about his adventures since his team, the Young Avengers, isn’t very interesting to me.
War Machine is James “Rhodey” Rhodes, the best friend of well known Marvel hero Iron-Man. Most of you already knew this from suffering through the latest, and frankly pretty awful, Iron-Man 2 movie.
What I remember about Black Goliath is that I really didn’t like the character. I didn’t like that he was an also-ran type of a character who was following in the footsteps of an original character…
Vixen (real name Mari McCabe) is a woman who possesses a magical totem that allows her to mimic the characteristics and abilities of any animal. The power seems kind of stupid at first but bear with me…
I have to be honest here, back in the day I didn’t really know too much about Black Lightning, I thought the character was a copy of Black Vulcan from the old Superfriends series.
This is a character who has gone by many names – Photon, Pulsar, but most notably, her first code name was Captain Marvel. This character is not nearly as much of a hot mess as most of them.
Another Black day, another Black superhero. This time we’ll focus on Marvel Comics The Black Panther.
Well in honor of Black History Month, I’ve decided to write a few articles on some of the Black Superheroes of comics history. Trust me, some of it is H.A.M. – HOT…ASS…MESS. Let’s start with one of the most prominent Black superheroes out there today – Luke Cage, Power Man. Yeah, I drew him in […]