CP Time: Black Superhero History, from Comic Strips to Movie Screens | The Daily Show

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Published on November 15, 2022

Falcon, War Machine, Cyborg, and most famously, Black Panther. Roy Wood Jr. dives into the history of Black superheroes, from their first appearance in 1936 to the modern heroes we know and love today. #DailyShow #Comedy

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20 comments

  • Gemel Walters 3 months ago

    why are people asking about static, he was a relatively new character compared to the characters being discussed.

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  • Mr. Shepherd 3 months ago

    I love War Machine. Former military and always decked out with weapons.

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  • Nishido Hellhillsruler 3 months ago

    What happened to the whole of Milestone comics?

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  • harveyscott 3 months ago

    The man forgot to include Luke Cage & Black Panther in his introduction…

    Sweet Christmas! 🤦‍♂️

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  • Raymond Smith 3 months ago

    WHAT ABOUT SPAWN MICHAEL JAI WHITE

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  • Richmond Lefa 3 months ago

    When he took off his blazer and pants

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  • Ace 20XD6 3 months ago

    No love for Spawn?

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  • Ninja Ninja 3 months ago

    You really gonna talk about black superheroes and NOT bring up my boy BLANKMAN?!

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  • J N 3 months ago

    Don’t forget Runaways which have Alex Wilder…that they villianized and killed off just for pairing up with an Asian character…did I mention the story was writen by a white guy

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  • Erin Fox 3 months ago

    Let’s not forget that Steel and Spawn were also both Black supes with their own movies.

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  • Peggy Hutchinson 3 months ago

    AMAZING

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  • Kevin B 3 months ago

    Roy should host the show next. He’s the best correspondent they’ve had since John Oliver left.

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  • C. Yusuf Mumtaz 3 months ago

    You forgot Blue Marvel and Milestone Comics.

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  • Joker X 3 months ago

    Did he……just skip static shock? It was created by a black man and it was one of the popular show in early 2000s??????? HELLO!?

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  • Rick Walls 3 months ago

    No Luke Cage mention!!!!????!!!!

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  • Manuel Affonso 3 months ago

    Much better than Noah himself.

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  • Molly Jones 3 months ago

    I’mma just assume Roy’s always wearing that under his suit from now on. 😍

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  • Philoctetes 3 months ago

    With Trevor leaving, I am TERRIFIED. What will become of you all? What will become of the truth? Will you, Roy take the reigns? I am so scared. What will become of this segment? I LOVE this little moment of reality. 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🥰👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻💯👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻💋💋💋💋🫶🏻

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  • Philoctetes 3 months ago

    A version of Batman, descended from victims of the Tulsa Atrocity. His family lost everything in Tulsa, but they were well diversified. His trust fund has devolved, over time. He has recently understood his heritage, and he is here for Reparations.

    It writes itself.

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  • Philoctetes 3 months ago

    Since Marvel owes so much to black folk, wherein Blade made them, is it not crazy to imagine Marvel paying reparations? just asking?

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