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Tuesday, May 02, 2017 

Marvel allegedly "hears" our concerns about Captain America

Realizing that the audience is on to them, Marvel issued a statement through ABC's Good Morning America where they claim to hear the objections to turning Steve Rogers into a character who's sold his soul to evil. Trouble is, look at this little tidbit here:
For what it's worth, Cap and Hydra believe they are bringing order and strength to society by taking over. As fans will see in the new issue, Hydra isn't completely seen as villains outside of Cap's inner circle either. Civilians and others in the book see their victories and start to believe Hydra may be a blessing instead of a curse.
It makes no difference what the turnout of this book will be, this is head-shakingly revolting. The description given here makes it sound like this'll be a "one man's terrorist is another's freedom fighter" type of story. All the sorts of moral equivalence we could do without. At the end of the article:
The statement continues that the "passion" of fans is what keeps the company moving forward and that "Captain America, will always be a cornerstone of the Marvel Universe who will stand up for what is right, and 'Secret Empire' will be the biggest challenge Steve has ever faced."

"What you will see at the end of this journey is that his heart and soul -- his core values, not his muscle or his shield -- are what save the day against Hydra and will further prove that our heroes will always stand against oppression and show that good will always triumph over evil," it concludes.
And that guarantees the miniseries itself will be any good, and what comes after will be any better? I doubt it. Again, Joe Quesada and Axel Alonso are part of the problem, and they engineered this whole debacle. So to expect the same store managers to repair the damage they've done that easily is wishful thinking.

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Being bankrolled by Disney means never having to say your sorry. Iger has over seen Disney stock more than triple during his reign as CEO. Subsequently, he's got more money than Croesus. His pleasure now is to inject his leftist politics into mainstream media via ESPN, uber "diverse" Disney animation and cable programming and finally Marvel comics.

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