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Kurt Busiek, apologist for Marvel's destroyers

No surprise at this point Busiek would side with Alonso/Brevoort/Spencer's take on Captain America: Next person who wants to tell me what Jack Kirby thinks, unless they’re Jack’s family or friends, can get in line at the sign marked EXIT.— Kurt...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 8, 2016

Why Forbes is wrong to serve as apologist for Nick Spencer's take on Steve Rogers

Forbes movie writer Mark Hughes may have written some commentaries in the past I could agree with, or even respectably disagree with. But with this recent essay of his, where he claims Captain America fans are wrong about Spencer and Brevoort's retco...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 4, 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

Busiek's latest distortion tactic

Busiek continues his weak rants against Republicans, including the following: A lot of Republican politicians seems to be more concerned with hypotheticals than with reality.— Speaker of the Kurt (@KurtBusiek) May 20, 2016 It makes sense to them th...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 26, 2016

Canton Repository gushes like a flood over Marz/Banks take on GL

The Canton Repository in Ohio crafted one of the most stupefyingly biased history articles about Darryl Banks and Ron Marz's rendition of Green Lantern, and the writer goes fully in favor of their direction almost instantly: The mid-90's was a tumult...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 25, 2016

She's refusing to acknowledge reality, as usual

Gail Simone still pretends not a single woman's ever protested laws enabling transgenders to use bathrooms of the opposite sex, even if it gives cisgender male predators a window to exploit. Recently, her rants included: I have apparently ended up up...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 23, 2016

Nick Spencer exploits Red Skull to represent conservatives, and concerned Europeans

The previews for the debut issues of Captain America: Steve Rogers make clear that leftist Spencer has no intention of making the book welcome to rightists, or even Europeans trying to prevent Islamofascists from infiltrating, conquesting and committ...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 22, 2016

The defamation of Hank Pym continues

IO9's Gizmodo section perpetuated a terrible description of the original Ant-Man that did not have to be, any more than the notion he ever had to be depicted that way: Sift through your memory banks through the founding members of the Avengers. Pick...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 21, 2016

Geoff Johns is unfit for taking charge of DC movies

After the mediocre reception for Batman vs. Superman, WB execs now want the wrong man for oversight: The fallout from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice continues to ripple through Warner Bros. The Burbank-based studio is making changes to the way...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 20, 2016

NYT's untruthful about how long darkness lasted

The artist/writer Darwyn Cooke passed away recently, but the New York Times didn't do any favors for him or the medium he represented when they alluded to the 1990s: Mr. Cooke first made his mark on comics in 2000, when the industry was emerging fro...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 19, 2016

Kurt Busiek's latest double talk

First, he retweeted an item from Alex deCampi about a woman who had experience with sexual assault: I agree with this on the “if you’re going to, show the fallout” argument. Very much something to think about. https://t.co/mRDlx8oeWi— Kurt Bu...
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

Salon writer detests Captain America movie depicting Steve Rogers supporting limited government viewpoint

There is some good news about the new Captain America: Civil War movie - that it doesn't portray Steve Rogers as an ultra-liberal like in the 2006 crossover (though if Tony Stark suffers that fate, I find that ludicrous). But a writer for Salon named...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 10, 2016

Slott contradicts his earlier standing on sexual harassment

Here's a screencap of a USA Today article Dan Slott retweeted, just a short time after supposedly panning Eddie Berganza's sexual harassment scandal: If we take his retweet as a confirmation his viewpoint coincides with what the paper's saying, does...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 9, 2016

Simone makes me feel honored

Gail Simone has not taken well to my critique of her bizarre support for letting transgenders use the opposite sex bathroom, even at the expense of self-respecting women, which, you can be sure, includes some of Eddie Berganza's victims. Let's take a...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 7, 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

Simone keeps proving she's not reliable for other women

After retweeting a post about Alabama passing a protection law for public bathrooms a few days ago, she said: Boy, I sure hope a bunch of zealot bigot racist ignorant lawmakers decide it's a good idea to troll public bathrooms. Not creepy at all!—...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 1, 2016

It's just like Marvel to offer line-wide crossover tie-ins for FCBD

Arcamax published a fluff-coated piece about what's being offered for Free Comic Book Day (and it's worth noting that for over a decade since this idea was launched, many free specials have been mostly worthless), and look how Marvel chose to commemo...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Apr 26, 2016

Maybe not readers, but what about writers and approach?

A writer on the pretentious Mary Sue site says we shouldn't blame readers for low sales on "diverse" titles. But they overlook a challenging reason why, or ignore it deliberately: When a recent article at Poprama decided to blame readers f...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Apr 26, 2016


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