List of black superheroes

List of black superheroes

This is a list of black superheroes from the continent of Africa, the United States, Europe, Canada, Micronesia, New Zealand, Australia, the West Indies and elsewhere.

Top publishers

DC Comics

* Amanda Waller (Suicide Squad, Checkmate)
* Amazing-Man I (Will Everett)
* Amazing-Man II (Will Everett III)
* Amazing-Man III (Markus Clay)
* Amber (ally of Jericho trained by Adeline Kane Wilson, operative of Searcher's Inc.)
* Batman (Wayne Williams) ("Just Imagine... Batman" by Stan Lee)
* Betty Clawman (New Guardians)
* Big Thunder (Bulleteer miniseries)
* Black Eagle (Lt. Cassius Bannister led squadron of black P-38 fighter pilots in WWII. All-Out War #1) [Debuted in "All-Out War" #1 (September 1979), appeared in the entire six issue run]
* Black Lightning
* Black Racer (from the New Gods)
* Blankman
* Blindside (from Relative Heroes)
* Bloodwynd
* Bronze Tiger
* Bumblebee
* Cal Durham (Aquaman ally, turned to waterbreather by Black Manta)
* Carla White (Darkstars)
* Cascade Sovereign Seven
* Catspaw (Legion of Super-Heroes)
* Chunk (Flash ally)
* Coldcast (Justice League Elite)
* The Commander (New Gods)
* Computo II (Legion of Super-Heroes)
* Conjura ("Super Dictionary", 1978. Backwards magic like Zatanna.)
* Crimson Avenger III
* Crispus Allen (The Spectre)
* Crystallex (Raphael Harris, becomes living crystal and morphs. In stasis at S.T.A.R. Labs San Francisco. Teen Titans)
* Cyborg
* Data (Freddie Martin), (Thriller), 1983-84
* Doctor Midnight (Beth Chapel)
* Doctor Mist
* Empress
* Eran Shadowstorm (Centaur Protector of the Realm from the Wizardworld series in Warlord)
* FerAlyse (Jackee Jones who went by the street name ZuLuLu. A feral denizen of Chicago's Netherworld)
* Firestorm III
* 4D (Ultramarine Corps)
* Flex & Thermal (Suicide Squad)
* Freedom Beast
* Gary Washington (Checkmate operative)
* Gear (Legion of Super-Heroes)
* Ghost Lion (Hypotheticals, JLA Classified #16-21)
* Glenn Gammeron (Intergalactic Bounty Hunter from Mi'ran. Ally of Martian Manhunter. Justice League Task Force #28-29)
* Gravedigger (Captain Ulysses Hazard, Men of War 1-26) [ [http://www.dcuguide.com/who.php?name=gravedigger The Unofficial Gravedigger Biography ] ] [ [http://www.thrillingdetective.com/eyes/nate_hollis.html Nate Hollis ] ]
* Gravedigger II (Tyson Sykes, Checkmate vol. 2 #14)
* Green Lantern III (John Stewart)
* Gus Gray (Cpl. Augustus Gray was a replacement loader for the Haunted Tank.)
* Healer Randolph (One of Tomahawk's Rangers, an ex-slave turned folk healer)
* Herald
* Hero Cruz
* Impala
* Invisible Kid II (Legion of Super-Heroes)
* Jackie Johnson (An ex-heavyweight boxing champion, and an amalgamation of Jackie Robinson and Joe Louis.Member of Sgt. Rock's Easy Company)
* Jakeem Thunder
* Jet (Formerly of the New Guardians, now a Global Guardian)
* Jim Corrigan (African-American police officer, ally of Jimmy Olsen and Black Lightning)
* Jody (ally of Tomahawk)
* Joto (now known as Hot Spot)
* Josiah Power
* Kid Impala (Ultramarine Corps)
* Kid Quantum I (James Cullen) (Legion of Super-Heroes}
* Kid Quantum II (Jazmin Cullen) (Legion of Super-Heroes}
* Lady Liberty III (Battle for Blüdhaven)
* Machiste (sometimes ally of the Warlord)
* Manhattan Guardian
* Martin Ellis (woke from coma in "Justice League Quarterly" #17 with powers of Tempest, Joshua Clay)
* Maximum (Supermen of America)
* Microwavebelle (Hero Hotline)
* Mister Bones (DEO regional director)
* Mister Miracle III
* Mister Terrific II
* Mohammed Ibn Bornu (North African warrior hero from the Cadre of the Immortal)
* Mongrel (Blood Pack)
* Muhammad X
* New Moon (a member of the Moondancers. First appeared in World's Finest Comics #295 September 1983)
* Northwind
* Nu'Bia (Wonder Woman ally)
* Obatala, Lord of the White Cloth
* Onyx
* Orpheus
* Pantha (Teen Titans)
* Percival Hazard (leader of Squad K and grandson of Ulysses Hazard.) [last seen in Action Comics Annual #13 2008]
* Philippus (Amazon ally of Wonder Woman)
* Rush & Silence (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002)
* Samosa (one of the Kid Lanterns from Green Lantern Mosaic)
* Scrap (One of the D.E.O.rphans from Titans vol. 4 #26. Scrap had magnetic powers)
* Sela (Atlantean warrior woman 3,000 years ago. JLA Obsidian Age)
* Seraph (member of the DNAngels, US government agent. First appears Superboy #88 July 2001)
* Shango the Thunderer
* Shondra Kinsolving (A doctor with telekinetic healing abilities, ally of Batman)
* Skyrocket
* Sojourner (Henrietta Jessup, a member of Artemis' HellEnders.)
* The Solution (Teen Titans tryout, Young Justice ally)
* Sonik (Superman/Batman ally from World's Finest)
* Star Boy (Legion of Super-Heroes)
* Steel III
* Steel IV
* Stoneyard (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002)
* Superman & Supergirl of Earth-D (from "Legends of the DC Universe: Crisis on Infinite Earths")
* Superman (Harvey Dent) (Tangent Comics: Superman #1)
* Technocrat
* Ted & Terri Trapper (private detectives from the Super Dictionary, 1978)
* Tempest (Joshua Clay from the Doom Patrol)
* Thunder (Anissa Pierce)
* Tina Ames (Power of "Bio-Energy"; could become living energy, from Superman Family 188 & 192-194. Joins the DNA Project.)
* Tyroc (Legion of Super-Heroes)
* Underground (mentioned in Superman v2 #179, August 2002)
* Vixen
* Vox
* Vykin (Forever People)
* Wilson Forbes (Daily Planet reporter from the Super Dictionary, 1978)
* Wyldeheart (ally of Damage)
* Xero
* XS
* Zeke (One of the D.E.O.rphans from Titans vol. 4 #26. Zeke had super strength)

Impact Comics

* Black Hood II (Giles "Hit" Coffee)

Milestone Comics

* Buck Wild, Mercenary Man (real name Rufus T. Wild. Buck Wild was a Luke Cage parody)
* D-Struct (Damon Briggs, ally of Hardware)
* DMZ (a member of Blood Syndicate)
* Fade (a member of Blood Syndicate)
* Flashback (a member of Blood Syndicate)
* Hardware
* Icon
* Pyre (former member of Blood Syndicate)
* Payback (member of Heroes)
* Rocket
* Sideshow (member of Shadow Cabinet)
* Static
* Technique (female version of Hardware)
* (a member of Blood Syndicate)

Vertigo Comics

* Agent 355 ()
* Boy (Lucille Butler from the Invisibles)
* Chullo (Charles Henry, ex-cop, one of the Judges empowered by the The Nazz)

Wildstorm (ABC/Homage)

* Ambrose Chase (Planetary)
* Anansi (illusion-casting hero, Astro City)
* Battalion (Jackson King)
* Black Badge (vigilante, Astro City)
* Black Rapier (member of the Honor Guard, Astro City)
* Blue Knight (vigilante, Astro City)
* Cleopatra (member of the Honor Guard, Astro City)
* Dhalua Strong (wife of Tom Strong)
* Flint (formerly of Stormwatch associate of the Authority)
* Hoodoo Priest (Parsifal Congo from Top Ten)
* Jack-in-the-Box (vigilante, Astro City)
* King Peacock (John Corbeau from Top Ten)
* Micro-Maid (Doctor Sally-Jo Jessell from Top Ten)
* MPH (member of the Honor Guard, Astro City)
* New American (First appears in The American Way #1)
* Promethea (ABC Comics)
* Rite (warrior woman, one of the Changers, Stormwatch)
* Stochastic Fats (Willie Beaumont from Top Ten)
* Strafe (Malcolm King)
* Synaesthesia (Wanda Jackson from Top Ten)
* Tesla Strong (daughter of Tom Strong)

Marvel Comics

* Abraham Brown (Sons of the Tiger)
* Aegis (New Warriors)
* Agent Storm/Tempest (X-Force)
* Alex Wilder (Runaways)
* Anarchist (X-Force)
* Attractive Lad (Crazy Eights)
* Axe II (Harriers)
* Bandit
* Battlestar
* Bedlam
* Ben Payton (Seeker 3000)
* Bishop (X-Men)
* The Black Musketeers (Dr. Joshua Itobo, Ishanta, and Khanata; allies of the Black Panther)
* Black Panther
* Blade
* Bling (member of New X-Men)
* Brother Voodoo
* Captain America (Isaiah Bradley)
* Cardiac
* Cecilia Reyes (X-Men)
* Chord (New Warriors ally)
* Cloak
* Darwin (half-black, half-Latino, X-Men)
* Deathlok (Michael Collins)
* Debrii
* Doorman (Great Lakes X-Men)
* Falcon
* Goliath (Bill Foster, Avengers)
* Gabe Jones one of the Howling Commandos
* Gateway (X-Men ally, Australian Aborigine)
* Genii (Young Gods)
* Georgianna Castleberry (Team America)
* Girth (Happy Campers, NFL Superpro)
* Goblyn (sister of Laura Dean, ally of Alpha Flight)
* Gorilla Girl
* G. W. Bridge (S.H.I.E.L.D.)
* Hammer (Six Pack)
* Heather Hudson (Exiles)
* High-Tech
* Hit-Maker (half-black, half-Mexican)
* Horus (Heliopolitan Gods)
* Hybrid (New Warriors)
* Isis (Heliopolitan Gods)
* Josiah X (The Crew)
* Kasper Cole (The Crew)
* "Licorice" Calhoun (illusionist, appeared in S.H.I.E.L.D.)
* Lightbright (Silver Sable's Wild Pack)
* Luke Cage (aka Power Man)
* Maggott (former member of the X-Men, deceased)
* Marcus Stone (Code Blue)
* Maxam
* Meteor Man (Jefferson Reed)
* Midnight Sun (ally of Shang-Chi)
* Misty Knight (Heroes for Hire)
* Monica Rambeau (Captain Marvel II aka Photon aka Pulsar)
* M'Shulla‎ (Killraven's Freemen)
* Night Thrasher (New Warriors)
* Nightwatch
* N'Kantu, the Living Mummy
* Numinus (cosmic embodiment of the wonders of the universe, Power Pack)
* Pathway (Laura Dean, sister of Goblyn Dean, ally of Alpha Flight)
* Patriot
* Phastos (Eternals)
* Photon (Genis-Vell, Captin Marvel 3)
* Prodigy II (David Alleyne) ()
* Prowler
* Rage
* Reno Jones (one of the Gunhawks)
* Rocket Racer (a villain turned hero)
* Shard of X-Factor
* Shola Inkosi
* Silhouette
* Sister Voodoo (Vanna Black, actress hired by Brother Voodoo, from Marvel Age Annual #3)
* Splice (Young Gods)
* Sprocket (pilot and mechanic, employer of Night Thrasher)
* Storm
* Sunspot (X-Men)
* Synch
* Tag (member of the New X-Men)
* Triathlon (Avengers)
* 3-D Man (formerly Triathlon, Avengers)
* Valida Payton (Seeker 3000)
* Venus (cloned from the DNA of Goliath and Elisa Maza, Gargoyles comic series)
* Venus Dee Milo
* Vibrania (Ally of Speedball)
* Vibranium
* Vibraxis of Fantastic Force
* Voodo Chile (child actor hired by Brother Voodoo, from Marvel Age Annual #3)
* War Machine
* Wes Cassady, a construction worker who was bitten by a radioactive rabbit.
* Wildstreak (Fantastic Four ally)
* Windshear (Alpha Flight)

Epic Comics

* Black Eagle (Wild Cards)
* Captain Confederacy II (Captain Confederacy)
* Fortunato (Wild Cards)
* Harlem Hammer (Wild Cards)
* Spirit of the People (Captain Confederacy)

Icon Comics

* Benmarley (former member of FG3, Powers) (dead)
* Boogie Girl (former member of FG3, Powers) (dead)
* Teague (renegade hero, Powers) (dead)
* Unnamed Amazon (member of the Golden Ones, Powers)
* Wazz (former member of FG3, Powers)

Malibu (Ultraverse)

* Aura (Protectors)
* D.J. Blast (The Squad)
* Yrial (Strangers)
* Zip Zap (Strangers)

Marvel UK

* Afrikaa (Afrikaa Ngala, superhuman ally of Black Panther)
* Doctor Crocodile (ally of Captain Britain)
* Green Knight (Knights of Pendragon)
* Shift ()
* Howitzer (Gene Dogs)

MC2

* Blacklight
* Coal Tiger
* Daze
* Earth Sentry
* "Fred", Stark’s bodyguard (Jim Rhodes)
* Ladyhawk

New Universe

* Blur
* Brick Wall (Beauford Wohl)
* Dasher (Dallas Corbin)
* Friction (Charlotte Beck)
* Mutator (George Mullaney, revealed as black in the final issue)
* Theresa Roberts (Spitfire and the Troubleshooters)
* Think Tank (Spitfire and the Trouble Shooters)
* Tyrone Jessup

trikeforce Morituri

* Jelene Anderson (Adept) ()

Supreme Power

* Blue Eagle
* Blur
* Nighthawk

Ultimate Marvel

* Ben Reilly
* Luke Cage
* Misty Knight
* Nick Fury
* Sam Wilson

mall Press

Continuity Comics (Comico)

* Cyclone (member of the Hybrids)
* Knighthawk (Scott Pike)

Dark Horse Comics

* Counterstrike (Comics Greatest World)
* The First Slayer ("Fray")
* Nikki Wood ("Tales of the Slayers")
* Plexus (An ally of Nexus from Nexus: Executioner's Song #3) [ [http://www.comics.org/details.lasso?id=59096 GCD :: Issue Details ] ]
* Wolf Ferrell (Wolf Gang, Comics Greatest World)
* Renee ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight")

Dell Comics

* Lobo (cowboy, two issue run)

Dorkstorm

*Black Ice (Bobby Blaque, Dr. Blink Superhero Shrink)

Eclipse Comics

* Crackshot (Lee Alexander Clayton, from the Liberty Project and Teenagents)
* The Firedrake (Miracleman)
* Polestar (acrobatic female member of the New Wave)
* Roboto (cyborg member of Team Youngblood from The DNAgents universe)
* Sabre (one of the first graphic novels)
* Simon Ashley (a member of James D. Hudnall's ESPERS)
* Strike (Dennis Foreman, inherited power harness from Sgt. Strike)
* Terrayne (Harry Robinson from the Futurians)

First Comics

* Alis Krafe (member of Meta 4)

Fleetway/Quality

*Cleve (Ohio, New Statesmen)
*Meridian (Mississippi, New Statesmen)

The Guardian Line UMI

*Code (Spirit styled vigilante)
*Joe (from Joe & Max)
*Genesis 5 (two unknown members)

Image Comics

* American Pi (supersmart heroine, Common Grounds)
* Ant
* Black Samson
* Chapel (Youngblood)
* Kittycat (member of the Liberty Balance, Common Grounds)
* Longfellow (Wildguard)
* Mach Master (member of the Liberty Balance, Common Grounds)
* Optica (Wildguard)
* Psi-Mistress (Wildguard)
* Sentinel (Youngblood)
* Shadowhawk I
* Spawn
* Toughlon (Wildguard)

Innovation

* Unknown Black Male (Group Larue)
* Penn

Kitchen Sink

* Miss (Megaton Man)
* Silver-Age (Megaton Man)

Lone Star Press

* Midas (Bill Willingham's Pantheon)
* Tangaroa (Bill Willingham's Pantheon)

Pacific Comics

* Urth (member of Earth 4 from Ms. Mystic)

Valiant Comics

* Quantum
* Shadowman

Independents

* Abraham (Trimekka Studios)
* Apus (New Zealander, "Southern Tribe", Corbeau Comics, 1995)
* Blindspot (Tribe) by Johnson & Stroman
* Blackjack [http://www.daponline.com/ Dark Angel Productions]
* Blackman (Leader Comics Group) [http://scoop.diamondgalleries.com/news_images/7648_20851_2.jpg]
* Black Power Man (from the Brazilian comic series "Os Territorianos" / "The Territorials")
* Brotherman (Big City Comics)
* Captain Africa (sold near Hampton University)
* Captain Gravity [ [http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/c/capgrav.htm Captain Gravity ] ] [ [http://www.pfpress.com/books.gravity.htm Penny-Farthing Press : Books : Captain Gravity ] ]
* Chocolate Thunder (Gettosake Entertainment)
* Delete (Digital Noixe)
* Every-Woman (BON COMICS)
* Fusion (Alias Enterprises LLC.)
* Guila, The Dark Stranger
* Heru, Son of Ausar
* Illegal Immigrant Man
* Jalila (AK Comics)
* Jihad A.D. (Urban Style Comics)
* John Night- Protector / Vigilante
* Karnak (Numidian Force)
* Kiddy Phenil, Aboriginal Australian cyborg of Silent Möbius (Manga, Kadokawa Shoten / VIZ Media)
* Lion Man (All-Negro Comics)
* Little Miss Strange (Creative One Comics) [http://www.home.earthlink.net/~pozitron627/home.html Blakely Works ] ]
* Malcolm 10 (Onli Studios)
* Mort ( [http://www.mrasheed.com Monsters 101] by M. Rasheed)
* NETERS [http://www.daathrekh.com Daathrekh Publishing]
* Night Krew (Creative One Comics)
* NOG: Protector of the Pyramides
* Omega Man (Omega 7 Comics) [ [http://www.omega7.com/html/PressRelease_09_01_00.html Press Release 9-01-2000 ] ]
* Original Boy (Omega 7 Comics)
* Original Man (Omega 7 Comics)
* Original Woman (Omega 7 Comics)
* Pariah (Revolution Comics)
* Rescueman (Best Comics)
* Rosalyn (Tribe) by Johnson & Stroman
* Shift (Tribe) by Johnson & Stroman
* Sound-Man (Bon Comics)
* White Raven (Empath, ability to fly) [From Al Greim's Comic Crusader Storybook #1, 1977]
* WitchDoctor (Griot Comics)
* Jonathan Shadow a.k.a Freeze (Blac Ice Comics)

Black newspapers

* Bungleton Green (time traveling adventurer) [ [http://www.clstoons.com/paoc/gallary/bung_green.htm A Bungleton Green Retrospective ] ]
* Chisolm Kid (cowboy)
* Don Powers (clean cut pro-athlete)
* Guy Fortune (globe travelling adventurer) [ [http://www.clstoons.com/paoc/gallary/comix.htm A Salute to Pioneering Cartoonists of Color, Cartoon Gallery 1 ] ]
* Jive Gray (air cargo pilot and adventurer)
* Mark Hunt (private eye)
* Mystic Commandos (allies of Bungleton Green)
* Neil Knight (astronaut and adventurer)
* Sergeant Joe (rough and tumble soldier)
* Speed Jaxon (soldier of fortune)

Novels and anthologies

* Black Eagle (Wild Cards)
* Cassie of the Animorphs book series.
* Fortunato (Wild Cards)
* Harlem Hammer (Wild Cards)
* Knight Seeker [www.KnightSeeker.com]
*Hiro Protagonist ( Snow Crash)

Webcomics

* Black Puma (Slightly Warped)
* Chocolate Thunder (Gettosake Entertainment) [http://www.gettosake.com/home_frame.html Gettosake.com]
* Eleggua (Impcomics.com) [http://www.impcomics.com/ELE%202.htm Eleggua]
* Fearless Grasshopper (Gettosake Entertainment)
* Fierce (Gettosake Entertainment)
* Nanoman (Gettosake Entertainment)
* Neters [ [http://www.daathrekh.com daathrekh.com] ]
* Nightflyer (Slightly Warped)
* Stealth
* The Urban Avenger (GlascoGraphix.com) [http://www.theurbanavenger.com The Urban Avenger]
* Venus Kincaid (Gettosake Entertainment)

Television

* Action Hank (Dexter's Laboratory)
*Anansi the Spider (hero of Nigeria, from Static Shock)
* Black Ranger (Will Aston) ("Power Rangers Operation Overdrive")
* Black Ranger (Zack Taylor) ("Mighty Morphin Power Rangers")
* Black Vulcan (Superfriends)
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* Blue Ranger (Ethan James) ("Power Rangers Dino Thunder")
* Blue Ranger (Max Taylor) ("Power Rangers Wild Force")
* Blue Ranger (TJ Johnson) ("Power Rangers In Space")
* Brown Hornet from Fat Albert "(TV show)"
* Bumblebee (Teen Titans TV)
* Capital G (Justice Friends)
* Cassie of Animorphs.
* Cyborg (Teen Titans TV)
* Delilah of Gargoyles
* Diana from the (Dungeons and Dragons cartoon)
* Doc (Walter Hartford) from (Galaxy Rangers)
* Elisa Maza police detective ally of the Gargoyles
* The First Slayer from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
* Green Ranger (Damon Henderson) ("Power Rangers Lost Galaxy")
* Green Ranger (Joel Rawlings) ("Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue")
* Heavy Duty from (G.I. Joe)
* Hondo MacLean from (M.A.S.K.)
* JD Bennett from (Bionic Six)
* Green Lantern (John Stewart)
* Gunn an urban Vampire hunter from "Angel"
* Hammerman (Saturday morning cartoon)
* D.L. Hawkins of "Heroes"
* Herald (Teen Titans TV)
* Johnathan James Junior (from Thunderbirds 2086)
* Juice (Justice League Unlimited)
* Kendra from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
* Kiddy Phenil, aboriginal Australian cyborg of the anime series Silent Möbius.
* Kwame (Planeteer from Ghana, Captain Planet)
* LJ (Lothar Junior) from (Defenders of the Earth)
* Lothar from (Defenders of the Earth)
* M.A.N.T.I.S. (Fox TV show)
* Max Jones a Zone Rider from (Spiral Zone) [http://www.spiral-zone.com/zoneriders.htm]
* Micro Woman (Tarzan and the Super 7)
* Micron (Batman Beyond)
* Mister T (animated series )
* Misty Magic (a trainee superhero from Hero High part of the Kid Superpower Hour with Shazam!) [ [http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/h/herohigh.htm Hero High ] ]
* Moleculad (from Hanna-Barbera's Teen Force cartoon, a segment of Space Stars)
* Morgan (Rockne Tarkington, co-star of Danger Island)
* Nikki Wood from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
* Numbuh Five from (Kids Next Door)
* Red Ranger (Jack Landers) ("Power Rangers SPD")
* Red Ranger (TJ Johnson) ("Power Rangers Turbo")
* Rickety Rocket Crew (Cosmo, Splashdown, Sunstroke, Venus)
* Roadblock from ()
* Robin Wood from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
* Rona from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
* Micah Sanders of Heroes
* Scout (Sgt. Robert Baker from Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future)
* Silver Sentry from (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
* Spyke (X-Men Evolution)
* Stalker from ()
* Static Shock (animated)
* Super Stretch (Tarzan and the Super 7)
* Talon (Derek Maza) from Gargoyles
* Teal'c (Jaffa member of Stargate SG-1)
* The Super Globetrotters
* Valerie Brown from (Josie and the Pussycats)
* Winston Zeddmore from the (The Real Ghostbusters)
* Yellow Ranger (Aisha Campbell) ("Mighty Morphin Power Rangers")
* Yellow Ranger (Katie Walker) ("Power Rangers Time Force")
* Yellow Ranger (Tanya Sloan) ("Power Rangers Zeo / Power Rangers Turbo")

Movies

* Blade (from Blade I - III)
* Blankman "(movie character)"
* Catwoman played by Halle Berry.
* Frozone from the The Incredibles
* Gail in the "Sin City" movie portrayed by Rosario Dawson.
* Kiddy Phenil, aboriginal Australian cyborg of the anime film Silent Möbius.
* Invisible Boy from Mystery Men
* Mace Windu from the Star Wars prequel trilogy.
* Meteor Man
* Morpheus from The Matrix.
* Niobe from The Matrix.
* Oracle from The Matrix.
* Storm played by Halle Berry.
* Hancock played by Will Smith.

ee also

*African characters in comics
*Ethnic stereotypes in comics

References

Resources

* [http://www.blacksuperhero.com The Museum of Black Superheroes]
* [http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Dungeon/2864/Blacks.html Jorge's Black Supers List]
* [http://www.fortunecity.com/tatooine/niven/142/profiles/pro13.html The Black Proteges]
* [http://www.blacksuperhero.com/articles/art8-onli.html Blacks get seriously involved in "the funnies"]
* [http://www.blacksuperhero.com/articles/art3-Lander.html A Milestone Retrospective]
* [http://www.blacksuperhero.com/articles/art6-Jackson.html Ferndale Man Launches "Tribe" of Super-Heroes]
* [http://www.comics.org/details.lasso?id=59096 GCD Project - Nexus: Executioner's Song #3]

External links

* [http://www.daathrekh.com Daathrekh Publishing]
* [http://www.gettosake.com/home_frame.html Gettosake Entertainment]
* [http://www.theguardianline.com Guardian UMI]
* [http://www.ecbacc.com/news.html East Coast Black Age Of Comics Convention]
* [http://www.clstoons.com/paoc/paocopen.htm Salute to Pioneering Cartoonists of Color]
* [http://www.comicbookresources.com/columns/index.cgi?column=oym&article=1835 Afros, Icons, and Spandex: A Brief History of the African American Superhero] The Darker Mask, excerpt: http://www.natcreole.com/lit.onyxcity.htm


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