Bungleton Green. “the oldest, longest continuously running black comic strip” by Steve Carper

On January 6, 1945, Jay Jackson introduced what is thought to be the first black superhero in comics. Jackson was the head cartoonist for the historic black newspaper, the Chicago Defender, whose editorial cartoons exposed the rampant racism of the time. He also supplied the Defender with a number of comic strips, from the whimsical to stinging social …
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