No Lois = no Superman
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It would be more or less the same. Except now, there would be descrimination between betas and alphas, mutants that alter reality and others that just shed their skin. Do you see what I mean? We'd still have to deal with racist mutants, homophobic mutants, megalomaniacs (which there seems to be a lot of in the mutant community), and troublemakers in general.
In addition, mutants would be assigned rather than hired for jobs based on their superpower which could cause a whole new type of class warfare as certain mutations will now be more valuable than others. You mentioned this.
Everybody on George's side seems to forget the fact that George had a history of violence and criminal behavior which was only exposed now because his father, a judge, BAILED his son out of trouble . Fast forward to now where he is warned by the REAL police NOT to follow Martin if he thought the boy was so dangerous. He ignored the warning, antagonized the boy until he retaliated, beat George's fat ass and got shot. What would you all have Martin do? Stand there and smile while the neighborhood TOY COP follows him home?
Would you be ok if someone followed your kid just because he "Looked suspicious"?Are people really going to pretend that this case wouldnt have turned out differently if martin WASN'T black?
Honestly, most white people are so insensitive.
Yes, I know George is Hispanic/Jewish but that is besides the point. A man had gotten away with murder. That is the point... Most of George's sympathizers seem to miss that.
Exiles comes to mind as my first example; after having rebooted and cancelled the book so many times Marvel decided to simply make team out of the top 5 X-men.
Other spin offs that fair a bit better when they're written as one-shots like Spider Girl (the new one not Spider-Man's daughter).
And then we get stuff like Gambit, X23, and the X-Factor, which become steady and eventually become ongoing. Why don't readers like taking chances? I know all the stuff I mentioned was Marvel but all the publishers do this