Frederick Luis Aldama is Distinguished University Professor at The Ohio State University. He is the award-winning author, coauthor, and editor of forty books, including the Eisner Award-winning Latinx Superheroes in Mainstream Comics. He is editor and coeditor of eight academic press book series as well as editor of Latinographix, a trade-press series that publishes Latinx graphic fiction and nonfiction. He is creator of the first documentary on the history of Latinx superheroes in comics (Amazon Prime) and cofounder and director of SÕL-CON: Brown & Black Comix Expo. He is founder and director of the Obama White House award-winning LASER: Latinx Space for Enrichment & Research as well as founder and codirector of the Humanities & Cognitive Sciences High School Summer Institute. He has a joint appointment in Spanish & Portuguese as well as faculty affiliation in film studies and the Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences. His children’s book, The Adventures of Chupacabra Charlie, will be published by OSU Press in 2020.