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#1 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio

So they won't go for the David Bowie look that he was based on...

#2 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio

Do people not know in Zyuranger, the Super Santai counterpart to the fist season of Power Rangers, has Witch Bandora (a.k.a. Rita Repulsa) make a deal with a being literally called Great Satan after her young son is killed by a Tyrannosaurus Rex?

#3 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel Comics once again has proven to be a frontier for diversity in the superhero franchise. Last year they championed with the success of an all female X-Men team along with a HUGE win with the Muslim community. They have some of the best Black heroes (like Storm, Black Panther, Luke Cage) and some awesome LGBT characters (Wiccan, Hulkling, Mystique). I think we can expect more now that the head of the character development for the company is a Muslim female.

#4 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio

I would like to see either Marvel, DC, or Image have a title male gay character and not just part of some group or a reboot. Something fresh and more appealing to gay readers. Wiccan and Hulkling are, to me, the best because they aren't stereotypical like Northstar (resembles a fairy too much) and not gay just to have one like Alan Scott in the New 52. Batwoman was promising towards lesbians but DC decieded she couldn't get married for some homophobic idea. I believe, the world is read for a fresh main character who is openly gay in a major comic book company.

#5 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio

I feel like this was a battle between comic book readers and movie goers. It's sad when a movie goer who never reads a comic book won. It's just Marvel's excuse to make money. Last I knew when DC rebooted their comics the sales wet down.

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#7 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio

Please delete Country from teams.

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#9 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio

I agree with Fiona Staples and John Layman/Rob Guillory but you should have acknowledged G. Willow Wilson's work on Ms. Marvel. Batman, as far as I know, didn't let Americans see a positive light on a culture often wrongfully associated with violence.

#10 Posted by jazz1987 (40 posts) - - Show Bio