Authors of ‘Black Nerd Problems’ just want to expand the church of nerddom and make sure there are seats for all

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Chicago Tribune

“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” was still on my to-watch list. The pandemic didn’t put it on the front burner. Then I read William Evans’ essay, “Into the Spider-Verse Got Three Moments Better Than the Best Moment of Your Favorite Comic Book Movie Not Named Into the Spider-Verse” and I stopped everything to watch that 2018 film. (Don’t judge me, reporting on the pandemic had me occupied.) The way Evans spoke of Miles Morales and the work’s “perfectness” I couldn’t resist. In seven pages, and with the words: “My god, Peter Parker is the (expletive) GOAT. I don’t even think it’s up for debat…

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