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The 4th Marvel vs. Capcom game features the PC take on Carol Danvers

The newest video game in the Marvel vs. Capcom series features Carol Danvers, not as Ms. Marvel, but rather, as Captain Marvel, replete with the very costume design the editorial mandates at Marvel thought up out of political correctness. One of the...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 12, 2016

Is a 2nd Spidey book titled Renew Your Vows Marvel's attempt to apologize?

There's a new Spider-Man miniseries bearing the same name as the atrocity written by Dan Slott coming out, but this book is written by veteran Gerry Conway. This is something I didn't know clearly about a few months ago, but apparently, this was what...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 9, 2016

A fawning interview with G. Willow Wilson in Comics Bulletin

Comics Bulletin ran a sugar-drenched interview with G. Willow Wilson by a fellow Islamist, which pushes the narrative that Islamists in the USA are scared after the election of Donald Trump. It begins with the following: I conducted this interview a...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 5, 2016

The timing couldn't be worse for Bobby Drake to get a solo book

Marvel's going out of their way to milk Brian Bendis's retconning Iceman sexual orientation to homosexual with a new starring series for him. And here's one of the most biased articles about it: Although he’s one of the original X-Men created by St...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 1, 2016

Does Marvel really care about Cancer Awareness Month?

A retailer in San Diego says their alleged efforts to help the American Cancer Society raise awareness for health topics like cancer aren't really being done to raise charity for the group at all, let alone any group dedicated to these subjects: 1.
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 29, 2016

The worst way Marvel could troll the audience

In this interview on Comic Book with Axel Alonso (via Paste), they tell us that in the second issue of Nick Spencer's solo book for Steve Rogers, suddenly, it IS mind control that's maneuvering Captain America into Hydra collaborations: Last month,...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 29, 2016

Update on another case of sexual assault at DC's offices

Bleeding Cool (via The Outhousers) has an update on a second case of sexual assault that took place in DC, and the victim so far was able to arrange a meeting with their current president, Diane Nelson, to discuss the issue. It's not revealed yet wh...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 12, 2016

Rebirth sounds political

That's what somebody on the Dixonverse forum was saying for starters, and after reading this Newsarama interview with both Dan DiDio and Jim Lee, I think it's quite likely it is, as the following clues reveal: Nrama: As you mentioned, one of the thi...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 10, 2016

Entertainment Weekly's letting Spencer/Brevoort get away with their terrible direction

Here's an interview EW did with both Nick Spencer and Tom Brevoort about turning Captain America into a Hydra terrorist. Predictably, all they can bring up are soft questions: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How long has this been in development? What inspire...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 27, 2016

Their obsession with denigration knows no bounds

It's basically the Truth: Red, White and Black all over again, as Tom Brevoort and Nick Spencer turn Steve Rogers into a Nazi/Hydra agent: Two words no one ever expected Captain America to say? "Hail Hydra." The new "Captain America:...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 26, 2016

DC releases superficial statement about sexual harassment policies

So now DC's publicly addressing - but only indirectly - the case of staffers like Eddie Berganza and sexual harassment complaints: DC Entertainment strives to foster a culture of inclusion, fairness and respect. While we cannot comment on specific p...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 15, 2016

CBC's bothered about lack of diversity in Marvel movies

Leave it to the CBC to whine about lack of oh-so precious "diversity" in Marvel's movies. They list a few of the comics that are pandering to SJWs in that regard. But what's really galling is when they arrive at the subject of the Muslim Ms...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 12, 2016

DiDio bolted from Twitter as calls for Berganza's dismissal continue

I almost forgot to write about this, but DC's worst modern editor/executive Dan DiDio cancelled his Twitter account after people consistently piled on the demands to know why they continue to employ Berganza after the crude sex harassment he committe...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 11, 2016

Martin Pasko came out against Eddie Berganza

Of all people who're veterans of comicdom with a chance to speak out against the DC editor now facing backlash for his crude mentality of the past, Pasko is one who's actually shown guts: Instead of not letting him have women in his office, why can't...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 5, 2016

SJWs bashing Frank Cho take away attention from Eddie Berganza case

Artist Frank Cho, who likes to do parodies of petty SJW fits, was hired by DC to draw variant covers for Wonder Woman, and SJW-based outrage culture has struck again by SJWs who despise his styles. Thinking about this, I'd say they're trying to turn...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 3, 2016

WW Earth One's embarrassing cameo by guess who

Since we've been on the topic of Eddie Berganza this week, I just found a picture from Grant Morrison's Wonder Woman: Earth One, featuring a cameo illustration that's bound to add more embarrassment and cheapen the story only more: His illustrated co...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Apr 27, 2016

Eddie Berganza exposed as a sexual harasser

There have been reports without official naming of recent warning of DC mainstay staffers accused of sexual harassment or worse. It turns out editor Eddie Berganza is the prominent editor guilty of some of the acts: In 2012, Bleeding Cool reported t...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Apr 23, 2016

Call it "Rebirth of diversity"

The first time in recent history DC ever began pushing for diversity at the expense of established heroes was at least a decade ago. Now, the Hollywood Reporter says they're falling back on it more officially again in their new "event". Thi...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Mar 29, 2016

Obama touts some of the worst people as "superheroes"

Including, but not limited to, one of the propagandists now working at Marvel (Hat tip: Doug Powers/Michelle Malkin): At a White House event to celebrate Women’s History Month, President Obama praised Cecile Richards and Nancy Pelosi as having ach...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Mar 21, 2016

What business did Scott Allie have working on this type of story in Conan?

I found a post by Rachel Edidin on the now defunct Girl Wonder site about one of disgraced Dark Horse editor Scott Allie's earlier efforts, the company's own adaptations of Robert E. Howard's Conan tales. The focus is on issue 12, which was written b...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Feb 20, 2016


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