Most people do not know that there have been Black creators in comics since the 1940s. Most don’t know that there have also been Black characters appearing in the pages of comic books that precede the creation of Black Panther and the Falcon by Marvel Comics. The reality is that Black people have been part of the process, and they could have been just as influential as Jack Kirby and Stan Lee under different circumstances.
Orrin C. Evans
Evans crossed racial boundaries in the comic industry and the world of journalism. He was the first Black person to cover news at an all-white news outlet in the United States. Evans worked at the Philadelphia Record, a now-defunct publication.
2 Replies to “5 Interesting Things You May Not Know About Black History in Comic Books”
THEY SURE DIDN'T SELL ANY IN BURKE COUNTY WHERE I GREW UP!
Didn't make it to West Coast.
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