First Black Superhero In Comics?

Was storm the first black superhero?

Storm was one of the first black comic book characters, and the first black female, except for Misty Knight, who debuted in a comic dated March 1975, to play either a major or supporting role in the big two comic book houses, Marvel Comics and DC Comics.

Who was the first black superhero in movies?

Blade was the first Marvel superhero film produced with the intention of honoring the comic book that inspired it. It’s important as well that Blade was a black superhero, played by Wesley Snipes—one of the most popular black actors of the time.

Who is the first black female superhero?

In 1971, the debut of the character Butterfly is considered as the first Black female superhero. Butterfly appeared in the pages of the Hell-Rider comic, which was distributed by now-defunct Atomic Comics.

Who is the black superhero?

DC Comics

Name Alter Ego(s) Writer
Betty Clawman
Big Thunder
Black Eagle Lt. Cassius Bannister
Black Lightning Jefferson Pierce Tony Isabella

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