My name is Jabari Sellars and I am a nerd. I’m a black nerd. I’m a gay nerd. I grew up on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers, and Voltron. I slept in Batman underoos, and I ate Spider-Man cereal for breakfast. Ever since I was a kid, I had either my eyes glued to Saturday morning cartoons, or my face buried in a comic book. As I got older, and became more aware of myself and the parts that make up my identity, I started looking at my cartoons and comics with a far more critical eye; soon questions started forming in my head. “Why are most female superhero outfits nothing more than thong leotards?” “Why does every black superhero have to be from the streets?” “Why aren’t there many gay characters that don’t follow the stereotypes of weak, effeminate, and/or sex crazed?” “Why are the Asian-American and African-American Power Rangers that yellow and black rangers, respectively?” I have asked these questions to many of my friends, but I have finally decided to do something more than talk about them over pizza; enter Who’s in the Fridge?