Pop America has long had trouble with figuring out the whole Race Thing, from stereotyping POCs (people of colour) to casting white actors to play POC parts to preferring white actors for the best roles. Racebending incisively approaches pop-culture’s difficulty with race in a way that helpfully expands the conversation.
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Seth T. Hahne is an illustrator, web designer, and son of hippies. He illustrates CAPC's featured articles out of all the special feelings in his heart. His favourite authors are Murakami, Bolaño, and Ishiguro. His favourite film is Snow Falling on Cedars. And his favourite music is cool jazz. Seth reviews comics, graphic novels, and manga at his own website, Good Ok Bad: Home of the 3-Star Review, where he would love to recommend something worth your while. He rides a scooter to work.