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This is a story that I have been pointing out to friends for a while, and I want to get it out of my backlogged links topics. Dwayne McDuffie is the founder of Milestone Media, a black owned comics company (of which now the assets are owned by DC comics)*. Through them, he has published a number of titles which feature blacks as the main and major characters. Now he also writes episodes for Teen Titans and Justice League (and Unlimited), and a number of other cartoons, (he is also the story editor for Justice League Unlimited). But back then, when he wrote "Icon" he had a very big and influential fan in Clarence Thomas. How big?
"He quotes Icon in papers and speeches. Rather, since you write those lines, he quotes you."

>>>"Here Comes the Judge!" — Dwayne McDuffie


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Jan. 2nd, 2005 04:55 am (UTC)
Wow. In light of that article, I really wonder if anyone sent Clarence a copy of the revamped (and gay) version of his childhood hero, the Rawhide Kid?

And don't forget Static Shock in the list of DMcD 'toons!
Jan. 6th, 2005 09:40 pm (UTC)
How weird! I just followed a link from a post you left on TV Barn, and the first thing I see is my name at the top of the page! Just wanted to clarify, Milestone's assets are all owned by Milestone. DC Comics has a sweetheart licensing deal that keeps us from doing a lot of stuff we want to with the characters but they don't own anything of Milestone's. They don't even have a stake in the company.


Dwayne McDuffie
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