What if Martin Luther King Jr. didn’t die? What if he was in a coma for 40 years, and woke up to America–and more importantly, African-American culture–as it is today? What would he say?

This is a fantasy scenario created by the Boondocks creator that has the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. surviving his 1968 assassination and awakening from a three-decade coma.  This cartoon is out there on the edge.

It was hard watching the cartoon, but it was a cartoon worth watching. The comic strip’s creator Aaron McGruder created an insightful cartoon that causes one to ponder. What if Martin Luther King Jr. didn't die?  What if he was in a coma for 40 years, and woke up to America–and more importantly, black culture–as it is today? What would he say?

 

 

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