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Thursday, August 18, 2016 

Spencer rewrites past Captain America history

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.

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And it's been announced that Mary Jane Watson is going to be played by a black actress. The racist SJWs on twitter are already gloating about it. I expect liberal writers are going to be rejoicing as well. This comes in addition to the black Liz Allen, short Hispanic Flash, and obese Asian Ned Leeds. Just giving you a heads up.

Yup. Slott is slamming anybody who disagrees with the change.

"They're underpaid-overworked-and unappreciated. No one calls them superheroes or makes any fuss over them. Yet, it's those men, the unsung cops on the beat, who keep our cities from turning into jungles, and who make our streets safe-even for the unthinking cop-haters themselves!" -Captain America, in Tales of Suspense #97

In 1967, comic book writers were not all cucks.

Apparently, the MJ casting issue has proven to be a rumor. However, after how the Spectacular Spider-Man animated series race-lifted Liz Allan to Latina, I wouldn't have been surprised if they went there with Peter's more important love interests eventually.

James Gunn's statement about that:


"In 1967, comic book writers were not all cucks."


It's a rumor, but pretty likely it's true given the race bending of the rest of Peter's supporting cast for this movie. (Flash, Liz, Ned, Shocker etc.)

Most of Marvel's superheroes have fought each other at one time or another, often after mistaking each other for villains. That includes the time that the Falcon went after Spider-Man in Captain America & the Falcon #137 and #138. So, when it comes to mistaking a good guy for a bad guy, Cap and Sam are not really in a position to throw stones.

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