Portrayal of black people in comics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Black people have been portrayed in comics since the medium‘s beginning, with their portrayals often the subject of controversy. The integration of black characters in mainstream and superhero comics has endured various obstacles and challenges. Critics have noted that black men and women have often been portrayed as jungle or ghetto stereotypes, and have often been portrayed as sidekicks as opposed to primary characters.[1] Contents 1 African characters 2 All-Negro Comics and other portrayals 3 1956: Comics Code Authority tries to censor “Judgment Day” 4…