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Missing You Metropolis characters Ø 107 ↠ The exploits you find in my comics are no probable than snow in Sunnyvale I’m not as black as you dream                      —from “Luke Cage Tells It Like It Is With humor and the serious collector’s delight Gary Jackson imagines the comic book worlds of Superman Batman ?     from “Luke Cage Tells It Like It Is With humor and the serious collector’s delight Gary Jackson imagines the comic book wo. my dear friend mr gary mf ing jackson wrote this book everyone should read it ever even if you don't like poems you know you like super heroes come on you do

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Rlds of Superman Batman and the X Men alongside the veritable worlds of Kansas racial isolation and the gravesides of a sister and a frie. There were some pretty good poems toward the end — mostly X Men inspired Most of the rest felt tired or as if they didn’t benefit from the form The reason I gave 2 stars instead of three was that nearly every poem about women and many were told from the POV of comic book women made me feel icky Really icky Like physical cringing icky Like old fashioned and I guess modern look how women are treatedportrayed in this comic book icky Which is a disappointing shame

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Missing You MetropolisThe exploits you find in my comics are no probable than snow in Sunnyvale I’m not as black as you dream                ?. This book makes for great discussion whether one likes it as in has an affinity for comic books etc or does not It's an interesting concept and I'm glad to see Jackson's effort realized in a complete bookIt is not necessarily the language and the weaving of comic book characters that prompted me to give Missing You Metropolis 4 stars; it's the lines that stick with me the day after I'd read them I'm left thinking about the nature of the lines whether my reaction is negative positive visceral or analyticallines that make me think about poetry and blood and race and lifeBlacks were still rare on our street while whites filled the neighborhood like dead leaves in pool water from StuartHe wanted to see how the veins pulled it all together hoping to make sense of god's machine from MachineI drudge down familiar streets careful to avoid high school crushes teachers bullies cousins who never made it out of the state they were born in from Gapwhy Mikey once wore a wedding dress to work; from BleedAnd I would feed you a lie one of the little ones the kind that turns strangers to lovers that runs words to poems from Listening to Plath in PoeticsCornell was an asphalt nigger from Cornell