Behind the Panel: Jamal Igle on Black, Molly Danger, and Black Panther

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Jan 16, 2018, 10:45 AM EST

Jamal Igle (Molly Danger) is the talented artist behind the hit indie comic Black, and an engaging, outspoken creator who clearly knows his craft.

Besides this firebrand title, which explores the idea of a world where only blacks have superpowers, Igle also presided over a soaring run on DC's Supergirl that made a powerful impression on the superhero show's producers and staff writers.

SYFY WIRE recently shared a room with Igle and learned more about how Black evolved and its inherent controversies; his beliefs on race, politics, and gender; whether there will be a Black 2; when we'll next see Molly Danger; decompressing before swapping titles; and the extreme importance of next month's Black Panther movie.

Pull up a chair and tell us if you're a fan of Igle's many provocative projects!


Additional material by Jeff Spry.