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The Other History of the DC Universe Sheds a Crucial Light on Katana’s Interior Life

In the grand pantheon of DC Comics characters with decidedly uninspired names (see: Superman, Batman), the Japanese assassin-turned-antihero Katana—codename of Tatsu Yamashiro—has always stood out as being a prime example of how comics have a long history of conceptualizing heroes and villains of color in rather…Read more... ...

In the grand pantheon of DC Comics characters with decidedly uninspired names (see: Superman, Batman), the Japanese assassin-turned-antihero Katana—codename of Tatsu Yamashiro—has always stood out as being a prime example of how comics have a long history of conceptualizing heroes and villains of color in rather…

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