Minority representation is all about the different races that are getting involved in comics. And how all races are represented in comics. This part of the chapter is about how back in the day white writers would try and make comics that had to do with issues in the black community. In this time they also started coming out with superhero's that were of different ethnicity's. This isn't only about race...but about sexuality. Back when comics were first being established it was not really common for people to write about people of color or about someone who was gay. McCloud writes "when writing about a social or physical condition which is a minority experience, members of that minority will have an advantage to portraying it." By writing comics about problems within a minority it makes things easier for other people to understand. It also gives comics a more diverse group of readers.
Diversity of Genre is the key to the other previous revolutions discussed. In this definition McCloud uses genre to define a broad category of fiction or nonfiction. He discusses the different genres that can be established through comics. He also discusses how some genres sell better than others or how they are more popular. Genres are all different when it comes to comics. This is why the potential for comics is limitless. These three revolutions show how comics can expand and become big! They all go hand and hand. And with one another they allow expansion of the comic community. Their are so many possibilities.
I think that this chapter in Reinventing Comics was very informative. It really made me see how the involvement of everyone and anyone is important to the expansion of comics. Without getting noticed by different people then comics will stay sheltered. Diversity allows comics to expand in all directions. I also liked this chapter because, it is important to recognize woman and their contribution to comics. It isn't just an "boys club"! Woman have different ideas and able to throw out some new ideas about styles of comics. They change things up. Without diversity comics will never become popular. I think that is why McCloud makes it the main theme of this chapter.