Incognegro: graphic novel mystery about lynching and the jazz age

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4 Responses to “Incognegro: graphic novel mystery about lynching and the jazz age”

  1. Mackenzie says:

    I empathize with Johnson’s & Pleece’s work. When times got rough for me in the South, the Black Mafia took me in. Yah, I was just as suprised. They showed me where the day labor places were, where to get good food (restaurants), they even gave me medicine for extreme tooth decay. I almost saw a lynching in the South.

    I can pass for Black, or nearly any other race I choose, but I will always be indebted to the Black of the South no matter where I am. Does it really matter, the race? To some, yes.

    My family situation is very similar to that of Pinchback’s. How many others of our 21st Century Belle Epoque can speak likewise? Can’t wait to see what the roaring 2020′s will bring us.

  2. Baldhead says:

    Right. On the “to buy” list.

  3. Tamu says:

    One of the best comics I read this year. Several non-comic readers, including my father, adored it.

    I’m really enjoying the attention you’ve been giving to some worthy comic titles lately.

  4. duz says:

    Read this when it first was released, worth the money.

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