Fantheon #8 “Batman Yay, Strange Fruit Nay”

Another week, another controversy as Rainbow Hub managing editor and special guest Mariah discusses the treatment of black people and racism in Strange Fruit #1. And on a happier...

Another week, another controversy as Rainbow Hub managing editor and special guest Mariah discusses the treatment of black people and racism in Strange Fruit #1. And on a happier note, Emma, Logan, and Terrence discuss the brilliance of Catwoman #42 and Batman #42. Plus a history lesson about Stephanie Brown, geeking out about Snyder and Capullo’s Batman run, and a sentence that will offend Green Lantern fans.


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Logan Dalton

Logan is a nerdy, bisexual ginger, who recently graduated university with a degree in English Literature and Overanalyzing Comic Books. He loves comics, music (especially New Wave and BritPop), film (especially Quentin Tarantino and Edgar Wright), sports (college football and NBA), TV, mythology, and poetry. Joss Whedon is his master, Kitty Pryde is his favorite superhero, and his current favorite comic is The Wicked + the Divine.

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