Funky Turns 40: Black Comic Revolution

Museum Of UnCut Funk

The exhibition celebrates the 40th anniversaries of the first appearances of Black superhero and superheroine characters in comic book history. This exhibition features a sampling of original 1970's and 1980's comic book covers from the Museum Of UnCut Funk Collection, which consists of over 300 comic books.

Comic Book Featuring Sam Wilson AKA The Falcon - The First Black Superhero To Be Featured In A Comic Book

Comic Book Featuring Hobie Brown AKA The Prowler

Comic Book Featuring Healer Randolph

Comic Book Featuring Lois Lane As A Black Woman

Comic Book Featuring Batman And Robin Taking On A Housing Project Gang

Comic Book Featuring Gabriel "Gabe" Jones

Comic Book Featuring Johnny Dune

Comic Book Featuring Julie Spence

Comic Book Featuring Carl Lucas AKA Luke Cage AKA Power Man

Comic Book Featuring Reno Jones

Comic Book Featuring Nubia

Comic Book Featuring Eric Brooks AKA Blade

Comic Book Featuring Lt. Solomon Driver

Comic Book Featuring Jericho Drumm AKA Brother VooDoo

Comic Book Featuring Ben Turner AKA Bronze Tiger

Comic Book Featuring Bill Foster AKA Black Goliath

Comic Book Featuring Jefferson Pierce AKA Black Lightning

Comic Book Featuring Black Manta

Comic Book Featuring Black Manta

Comic Book Featuring Joshua Clay AKA Tempest

Comic Book Featuring John Stewart AKA Green Lantern

Comic Book Featuring Ben And Validia Payton

Comic Book Featuring The Hypno Hustler

Comic Book Featuring Malcolm "Mal" Duncan AKA Vox and Karen Beecher-Duncan AKA Bumblebee

Comic Book Featuring Machiste

Comic Book Featuring Troy Stewart AKA Tyroc

Comic Book Featuring Misty Knight

Comic Book Featuring Misty Knight

Comic Book Featuring T'Challa AKA Black Panther

Comic Book Featuring Jericho Drumm AKA Brother VooDoo

Comic Book Featuring Carl Lucas AKA Luke Cage AKA Power Man

Comic Book Featuring James Rhodes AKA War Machine

Comic Book Featuring Carl Lucas AKA Luke Cage AKA Power Man

Comic Book Featuring Jackie Johnson, Tribute To The Tuskegee Airmen

Comic Book Featuring Jackie Johnson, Tribute To The Tuskegee Airmen

Comic Book Featuring T'Challa AKA Black Panther

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