Super. Black. is a haven for Black Fandom. We promote representation in pop culture and are heralds for black superheroes

Representation is important.

Growing up without positive, strong characters to identify with can be a real detriment to personal growth. Seeing a superhero rise to great heights (literally and figuratively) and saying "They look like me!" is an amazing feeling. Now imagine all the kids who grew up without that feeling. Seeing all those powerful people and none of them resemble you. Could you image? I can. Because that's how I grew up.

Super. Black. aims to bring the powerful people of color to the forefront. We aim to Represent.

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Powerful Characters Of Color

The Hosts

Representing Black Fandom

Carl W

Head of the table

Carl created Super. Black. as a way to promote representation in pop culture and the superhero genre. His goal is to give Black superheroes a platform to shine. Maybe someone stumbles on to our humble portal and learns a little something about a hero they never knew. That's a win in our book.
It's one thing to love superheroes. Seeing yourself represented as one is another.

Creating Caribbean Culture

Dan O'

Illustrator Extraordinaire

Dan is a successful kid's lit author and illustrator. When not contradicting Carl during episodes of the podcast, Dan is busy creating Carribean folklore tales. Check out The Carnival Prince and his most recent book, I am the Midnight Robber.

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