As comics grow in popularity, so grows the medium’s diversity. Yet comics have always been open to every background. There have been Jewish, Latino, Asian, and African-American comics creators from the very beginning. (One theory on why: Given prevailing racial attitudes in the 1930s and 1940s, comics simply weren’t taken seriously, allowing their creators to operate with unusual freedom, and in near anonymity.) Now, with the medium more diverse than mainstream Hollywood or the Top 40 charts, the Latino... More >>>