Michael Hoskin

Michael Hoskin is a librarian and archivist with strong interests in Africa and comics. As a freelance writer for Marvel Comics (2004-2012), he headed up writing projects such as the All-New Iron Manual, Annihilation Saga, Marvel Monsters: From the Files of Ulysses Bloodstone, and Marvel Westerns: Outlaw Files, and he served as a contributing writer to the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe.

MAGAZINE CONTENT BY MICHAEL HOSKIN

Panther’s Range: The History of the Black Panther Prior to Christopher Priest

The Black Panther was a ground-breaking character in his 1966 debut. From his first appearance onward, he was seldom absent for long from Marvel Comics publications, whether as a guest star or part of the… [more]

Exploring White Privilege in Christopher Priest’s Black Panther: Part 2, Hunter, the White Wolf

Hunter glided into the pages of Black Panther stealthily, first trailing him under a cloak of invisibility in the closing panels of issue #3, before fully appearing in issue #4. Even then, his back story… [more]

Exploring White Privilege in Christopher Priest’s Black Panther: Part 1, Everett K. Ross

It seems shocking that it took more than 30 years for Marvel’s flagship black superhero Black Panther to have a writer who was himself black. This milestone on its own would have made Christopher Priest’s… [more]

STATISTICS FOR MICHAEL HOSKIN

Total Words for All Magazine Content: 13,420