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The PC propaganda that may still be within DC's output

Since we were on the topic of Islamic propaganda being pushed by Marvel, here's also some news about what DC's been pushing. Arcamax was publishing some sugary articles about what's come up with Rebirth, and it's in the second of these where it's con...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 25, 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

Another mistake made by Marz

On the week when France suffered another terrorist attack in Nice, Ron Marz wrote a pretty ill-advised comment that sounds like he doesn't want any justice done. First, he said: Madness in Nice. Ugh ... this world.— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) July 14, 201...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 17, 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

Comments by comics writers on Dallas shootings of police officers

It began with 2 incidents in Minnesota and Louisiana, where 2 black men were shot, because police thought one man would use a gun on them. Now, it's gotten worse, as an anti-white gunman fired on officers in Dallas, Texas, murdering at least 4 and in...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 9, 2016

It's not just Jim Rhodes: even Tony Stark's getting kicked to the curb

This Time interview with Brian Bendis makes clear that it's not just Rhodey who's been thrown under a bus: There’s a new Iron Man. Well, Iron Man for now. She’s still working on the name. The events at the end of the comic book event series Civi...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 8, 2016

Looks like Mark Hughes is still covering for the fan-baiters

Forbes movie writer Hughes is still proving he has no long lasting value as a commentator on comics, as evidenced by the following comments on the Steve Rogers-as-Hydra-terrorist tale: So, a/b that whole "being furious #CaptainAmerica was a Hydr...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 5, 2016

Marvel attacks Donald Trump by turning him into a MODOK variant

This may not be the first time they've attacked Trump recently, but it sure is as stupid as they come: In Spider-Gwen Annual #1 — which centers on an alternate universe in which Peter Parker’s girlfriend, Gwen Stacey, was the one bitten by a rad...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 3, 2016

It's clear they're delighted they offended people

The following tweets from at least 3 would-be writers prove Marvel and their apologists aren't sorry for fan-baiting with the Captain America-as-Hydra stunt: So wait, the CAP story's turning out to be what it appeared to be all along, and those who f...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 1, 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

What some writers have to say about Brexit

Soon after Britain voted to leave the European Union, corrupt outfit that they are who've only undermined the continent, some comics writers/artists have decided to make rather predictable left-wing comments about the country's vote. Here, from Bleed...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 28, 2016

That's what Civil War 2 is about? The loss of Rhodey?

IO9's Gizmodo section interviewed Brian Bendis about the sequel to the politicized crossover from 2006, and it appears here that Tony Stark's buddy Jim Rhodes, the guy who'd once substituted in his armor and even had a role of his own as War Machine...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 24, 2016

Ron Marz actually wrote a Nexus story despite his own politics

by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 23, 2016

Archie's transformation into a PC mess

Here's a Tribune News article on Arcamax fawning over Archie's transformation into an insular clique for leftism: Archie Comics was once the most conservative publisher extant, regurgitating for many decades the same anodyne, formulaic high school a...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 22, 2016

Tribune News' apologia for warping Steve Rogers

Here's another example on Arcamax of mainstream news defending Marvel's "history alteration" of Steve Rogers for the sake of publicity at all costs, and this one is quite loathsome too. For starters: A twist ending to Marvel's Captain Amer...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 21, 2016

Cleveland Plain Dealer's sugar-drenched article on Captain America controversies

The Cleveland Plain Dealer published a sensationalized article about the two recent stupidities involving Captain America, one being the call for making Steve Rogers homosexual, and the other being turning him into a Hydra collaborator: It appears t...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 19, 2016

No surprise: Meltzer still remains unrepentant about Identity Crisis

CBR interviewed Brad Meltzer about both his novels and comics work, and waddaya know, he still has no apologies whatsoever, and CBR didn't even ask him if he had any comment on past accusations of sexist structures in the story, not to mention how it...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 16, 2016

Why did Jessica Plummer resort to moral equivalence and Republican-bashing?

Comics critic Plummer's opinion on Nick Spencer's inside-out retcon of Steve Rogers was mentioned in some news sources. Having read it in full, certainly there's plenty of vital points she's made. But the following highlighted parts are what turned t...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 14, 2016

How are writers responding to the mass jihad attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando?

There was a horrific attack by a Muslim security guard at a gay nightclub in Orlando this week that left 50 dead (H/T: Michelle Malkin). The culprit's father, it turns out, is a Taliban supporter. Naturally, one can only wonder how some would-be writ...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 13, 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


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