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Sunday, May 19, 2024 

Former X-Men 97 producer confirms he deliberately wrote Morph confessing feelings for Wolverine

As seen in the following X post: Well in that case, if Beau deMayo's mostly out of the writing/producing business, he's no loss to an already wilting industry. Exploiting other people's creations to suit his agendas is plain reprehensible and inappropriate. And he even had the gall to water down Rogue's hot looks, and force his ideology at the women's expense? For shame. deMayo doesn't deserve to write products based on Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's creations.

Besides the troubling data above, I also discovered deMayo reposted the following message seen in the screencap:
What disturbs me here is that deMayo communicated with somebody who put a PLO flag on his profile, something that, particularly since October 7, 2023, has come to be seen as a most anti-Israel, anti-semitic symbol. So to find somebody like deMayo, a LGBT activist, maintaining any kind of contact with somebody who could be anti-semitic, speaks volumes. There's people who've already asked why LGBT activists have no issue with Islam's hostility to their belief system, in contrast to what they think of Judeo-Christianity, and deMayo's decidedly only provided another clue to this hypocrisy. For the record, I once noticed a video game designer from Bandai-Namco responding directly to a poster with a PLO flag, and that didn't make me feel comfortable either.

So, it's shameful somebody who could harbor negative beliefs about Israel would have anything to do with a comic adaptation that included metaphors for Israel's descendants. deMayo has no business working on Jewish-created products, and should not be welcome to script any more.

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