Before he became the reporter that broke stories on lynchings in the south, Zane Pinchback from Tupelo, Mississippi was cutting his journalistic teeth covering parties of the Harlem Renaissance elite. Upon entering a party with his light-skinned friend each panel of the comic ‘Incognegro: Renaissance’ zooms onto famous African-Americans of the literary world. Zora Neale Hurston in her famous hat, Langston Hughes suited silhouette . . .