Today’s Black History Month Figure is Richard “Grass” Green, the first African American cartoonist to make work in the 1960s fanart movement AND the 1970s underground comix movement. He did LOTS of superhero parody comics, especially in Star-Studded Comics with his character Xal-Kor. In the 70s and 80s, his work often used humor to expose America’s bigotry and racism.
You can read more about Richard “Grass” Green at The Museum of Uncut Funk’s website.
Now, let’s see if I can find any of his work anywhere to read it for myself…
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