Monday, April 22, 2013

Groovy 1970 DC Comics Reader Survey

HOLY COW Batman! Here is my chance to win a portable color TV and add my data to the Draft Board Repository. Plus I want to know about "black... ness" 



Groovy! Thanks Batman I will "do my thing!" and mail my details to you


To heck with pollution and romance...
I wanna read about Black People! 


Unintentionally Offensive Comic Books
Lois Lane Goes Black and, Shockingly, Goes Back

In issue #106 (1970) of Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane, DC attempted to solve the racial problem once and for all. Lois Lane goes to Little Africa, Metropolis' answer to Harlem, to report on... something. It's never really clear, just that she's going to go there and learn about "black... ness" and hopefully earn a Pulitzer for doing it. "Gosh, my readers would love how oppressed and poor you are." 

Lois Lane #106 (Part 1): I AM CURIOUS BLACK

Lois Lane #106 (Part 2): I AM CURIOUS BLACK
Lois Lane #106 (Part 3): I AM CURIOUS BLACK
Lois Lane #106 (Part 4): I AM CURIOUS BLACK
Lois Lane #106 (Part 5): I AM CURIOUS BLACK
Lois Lane #106 (Part 6): I AM CURIOUS BLACK
Lois Lane #106 (Part 7): I AM CURIOUS BLACK



I am so confused! "Mommy... what does this mean?

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Are you BQ Groovy?