Will the REAL Captain marvel...
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070085915 SeniorBrie Larson was a terrible portrayal of "powerful" superhero. I hate politics in movie, especially when they're comic book movies which are supposed fun and give the audience a break from politics. And the things that Brie Larson said about men and white people were disgraceful! The world can use less people like her.
And then there was Zachary Levi's SHAZAM. A funny, non-political fun movie(which I'm going to go see on the 7th, which is this Sunday). I will have more details about this movie when it comes out. But I can tell you right now, Zachary Levi never said anything to offend anyone or put-down a certain group of people.
Captain Marvel NewbieYou called?
if you think politics haven't always been HEAVILY involved in comic book heroes you are sorely mistaken, my friend
in fact, comic books have, historically, always had quite the influence on politics of the time. here is an article that elaborates on that in more detail. if you look at older comic books, it becomes clear that they were, dare I say, propaganda-like in nature. from the very first generation of comic books, they have always had political subtext and have always been used to advance a political agenda.
I understand your frustration with Captain Marvel, but claiming politics have no place in comic books couldn't be further from the truth. the very idea of superheroes bring up a smorgasboard of political issues and implications themselves. comics have always been this way, just saying. this isn't something new
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