Adilifu Nama’s book exploration of race among superheroes leaps over the comic history of how black characters entered the genre, but it can’t quite hold its own as a thorough study of the genre.
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Its professional definition of design may be outdated, but “GO: A Kidd’s Guide” succeeds in demonstrating a visual sensibility, while supplying basic vocabulary for novices.
How Raymond Edward Maritz harkened back to English country houses and French chateaux to create an architectural style unique to St. Louis, and one that would spread across North America.
Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan chart the wonderful, inventive life and career of George Ohr, the Mississippi man who made the world his pot.