Media Consumers for Entertainment Equality
Highlights of our Wondercon 2016 panel on the Asian American Superhero!
A few years ago, Ken Liu published The Paper Menagerie, a short story that explored issues of Asian American identity and the immigrant experience. Its mix of magical realism and the Asian American experience resonated very strongly with me – and with a wider audience. The story won the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy awards. […]
We interview Daniel Wu about his lead role in “Into the Badlands”
Racebending.com hosted our 5th annual panel at San Diego Comic-Con. This year’s panel was a huge hit, featuring some of today’s most talented creators and performers in popular culture!
Marvel’s Ancient One This post was originally published at Reappropriate.co. A mere week after I wrote a post swearing off of sharing fan news, the fandom insidiously pulled me back in. This week, rumours began circulating that Tilda Swinton was in casting negotiations for Marvel’s upcoming Dr. Strange film starring Benedict Cumberbatch in the titular […]
Racebending.com is proud to host our second annual C2E2 panel discussion: Racebending.com Presents Creating Diverse Characters in Fiction. The panelists represent a wide array of writing and artistic disciplines including comics writing and illustration, acting and scriptwriting, novelization, editing, and criticism. Panelists will share their experiences crafting diverse characters in each medium and tackle the issues […]
In a world of wizards and dragons, why can’t the hero be a person of color?
DreamWorks whitewashes an Asian lead–all while failing to provide roles for Asian American actors.
Jen Wang is the artist on the new graphic novel, In Real Life, a book that delves into gamer culture. She is also bringing a very real showcase of the diversity in the comics industry with this weekend’s Comic Arts Los Angeles Festival. Jen was kind enough to give contributor Gabrial Canada some of her […]
Racebending.com interviews the actors and producers about diversity and fandom