With the 12th issue of Captain America: Sam Wilson
, Nick Spencer continues to politicize the title and rewrite Marvel history to his liking, as seen in the following picture:
So the police were (and in his vision, still are) more like the Keystone Kops, and the story makes it look as though they see every black as a crook and every white as a hero (or, as Steve Rogers says, an Avenger), and arrested Sam instead of the Trapster. And to make matters worse, this story also features a new adversary called the Americops. And it's bound to get even worse from here.
Marvel has really become unreadable today, and we may have to ponder whether it's even a good idea to pay money for the movie adaptations, if they end up financing the bank accounts of anybody who's in charge of the comics.
Labels: Captain America, marvel comics, misogyny and racism, moonbat writers, politics