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The UN just caved to the SJWs who hated WW

Little more than 2 months after the UN chose Wonder Woman as a mascot for their program to inspire women, they've rejected the superheroine for the sake of the ungrateful SJWs who hate gorgeous women in positions of power: The United Nations is the l...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 16, 2016

Batman's origins made grosser for no good reason

With the 12th issue of the latest Batman volume, Tom King and the editors at DC have just proven it's possible to make a retcon for a character whose world is dark very distasteful and unappealing. The article also brings up a very repellent tamperin...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 14, 2016

Brad Meltzer stands against Donald Trump

The writer of Identity Crisis, along with an awfully crude story in the Buffy comics, gave some strong hints whom he voted for in this election, if he even voted at all, in a Hollywood Reporter article where he demanded the president-elect stand agai...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 10, 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

3 more tweets by Marz post-election

About a month's passed since Donald Trump's election, and here's a few, quite saddening posts Ron Marz turned out, like this one where he sounds gleeful that Kellogg corporation withdrew ads from Breitbart because they hated their politics: Good for...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 8, 2016

Slott predictably returns to Twitter, and continues his mindless babble

Just as should've been expected, Slott's reversed the cancellation of his Twitter account, and is back to being the ultra-leftist he's remained in perpetuity. Some of his dreary drivel includes the following: People who believe that today's comic boo...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 7, 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

There may never be a sequel to Roger Rabbit...because of his wife?

Robert Zemeckis says there'll probably never be a sequel to his notable 1988 combination of live action and animation, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, but not because Bob Hoskins is now deceased. Rather, it might have what to do with the anthropomorph's sex...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 2, 2016

Why independent creations are finding more audience than mainstream today

Publisher's Weekly wrote about companies for printing creator-owned products, which are surely a better source of escapism at this moment than mainstream. But they won't stress the most challenging reasons why: “Self-published comics are as popula...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 24, 2016

Spencer rewrites past Captain America history

With the 12th issue of Captain America: Sam Wilson, Nick Spencer continues to politicize the title and rewrite Marvel history to his liking, as seen in the following picture: So the police were (and in his vision, still are) more like the Keystone Ko...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 18, 2016

Harley Quinn's premise, IMO, was sloppy to begin with

For the week of the new Suicide Squad movie's release, Vanity Fair wrote about the history of the bizarre villainess who originally debuted in the early 90s Batman cartoons, and became a cast member of the mainstay DCU by the end of the century. A ch...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 10, 2016

Dixon says superhero comics could end when movies do

Chuck Dixon's given some interviews to Breitbart about his new GN based on the Clinton Cash book. And he's also brought up how this project has likely spelled the end of his career with the mainstream superhero books: ...he’s aware there is “no...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 7, 2016

That's who Marz thinks is worth supporting on the Democrat side

Boy, these past several days have seen the awful Ron Marz lose his mind over politics again. What does he say as an excuse to lash out at Donald Trump? Well, there's this, for example: Even more satisfying than seeing Trump destroyed by a Muslim man?
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 4, 2016

411 Mania lists 8 examples of "rape culture" in comics

411 Mania published a list of at least 8 story examples involving sexual abuse in comics, some done well, and some done very revoltingly. But, there are some faults to be found here, including this part at the start: As much as we like to think we h...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 1, 2016

How can some of Carol Danvers' past stories allegedly be bad, but not today's?

A writer on Vox wrote about the history of the true Ms. Marvel, but for somebody who's arguing that some of the past stories were allegedly sexist, he sure doesn't seem interested in asking whether today's stories suffer any of the same problems. He...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 29, 2016

Why would they even want to be WW fans if they don't like Gal Gadot's politics?

Breitbart's Big Hollywood section showed how SJW anti-semites and anti-Israelists are voicing their hatred for Israeli actress Gal Gadot, star of the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, because of her pro-Israel and pro-IDF standings. The paragraph at the e...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 27, 2016

Greg Rucka tries to censor Frank Cho's WW art, so the latter quits DC

Artist Cho's left DC after issues with Greg Rucka, whom Cho feels is sabotaging his art drafts (Hat tip: Breitbart). He told them that: All the problem lies with Greg Rucka. EVERYONE loves my Wonder Woman covers and wants me to stay. Greg Rucka is t...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 20, 2016

The Big Two's audience is slowly abandoning them as they succumb to ultra-leftism

Breitbart's technology section wrote about how Marvel and DC's audience is becoming fed up with all their hectoring, yammering politics shoved without mercy into their modern products, including the female take on Thor, on which they make the followi...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 18, 2016

An old interview from 2014 about Wonder Woman featuring a plus and minus

When I'd last spoken about a topic involving the historian Tim Hanley, it was one where he was the interviewee. Now, here's an old entry from his site where he's the interviewer, and former DC editor Janelle Asselin the interviewee. On the plus side,...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 16, 2016

The atrocious attitude of David F. Walker

Here's a most recent example of the far-left choices Marvel's making for writers, this one being David F. Walker, a comics and film writer now on their payroll, who's written leftist propaganda with Nick Fury, and just made some alarmingly nasty spew...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 13, 2016


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