Content warning: some pages reproduce how black people were (mis)represented in comics during early-to-mid 1900s
A fictional comic, written in a dramatic biography style, to show how ethnic representation in comics has evolved over time. The piece has a narrative style injected into researched material, referencing creators and comics spanning over a century.
(For a sample, check the product's website page.)
Disclaimer: This creative work is entirely fictional with no bearing to real world events related to any person or organization, their beliefs or personal lives, professional work or career, public appearances or statements. The work also makes historical and cultural references to creative works without any intention to assert ownership over the content or characters portrayed.
The Phantom, Mandrake the Magician and all associated characters (c) King Features Syndicate, Inc. TM Hearst Holdings Inc, New York NY USA. World rights reserved.
In "Name a fair price" textbox, enter "0" for your free download. After downloading, if the work appeals to you, please consider a donation at https://www.kingsimagine.com/creators/#donate
You'll get an easy-to-read PDF over email.