Episode Link is found here and down below: In which, your handsome host, begins his journey in between panels with an analysis of the comic adaptation of Superman versus the KKK. The story of Superman as he races to come to terms with his own heritage as he races to protect a Chinese-American family […]

The art was done by a Japanese illustration team called Gurihiru, whose work you might have previously seen in the Avatar: the Last Airbender comics.
Writer Gene Luen Yang was also a writer for the Airbender comics, but is probably most famous for his award winning graphic novel American Born Chinese, A book about Chinese American identity, racist stereotypes and pressures to conform.
Pretty great creative team in my opinion

The first trial show of KPSU’s only Comicbook radio program, which encourages you to get your mind IN the gutter… …I’m talking about comic books, the white space between panels is called the gutter. In today’s exciting prototype episode I talked about the graphic novel Superman Smashes the Klan by Gene Luen Yang with art […]

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