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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

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

More about Dixon's adaptation of Clinton Cash

I found some more articles about Chuck Dixon's GN adaptation of the Clinton Cash book (and documentary film). Inverse has written about it, and what's vital to point out for starters is that the GN's reportedly selling very well: Dixon and Smith are...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Sep 1, 2016

CBR's redesign makes it less interesting than before

I hardly look at CBR except to see if there's any dishonest news there I can try to comment on. So upon learning that the site's been redesigned almost throughly devoid of reader comments, I can't say it'll move me to care. The only part of the site...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 29, 2016

There's still valid reason to take offense at the current treatment of Steve Rogers

Even if the true Captain America's only been brainwashed in the new series, Nick Spencer and company are still doing their damndest to irritate the audience in the 4th issue: Several months after the revelation that he's secretly been a Hydra agent s...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 26, 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

Busiek must surely take the side of J. Jonah Jameson

Kurt Busiek's recently been lashing out at Donald Trump in the most cynical ways possible. For example, in response to Trump's "Make America Great Again" advertising, he says: I'll make America great again by keeping idiot fascists like you...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 18, 2016

CW network turning the Ray into gay

The CW channel is launching a new superhero cartoon allegedly based on the Freedom Fighters, and wouldn't you know it, they've decided social justice matters more than talented scriptwriting: The series is to be based on the 1990s re-imagining of The...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 15, 2016

The major character death publicity stunt affects Lois Lane

And it makes no difference whether this is a cliffhanger, DC's resorting to cheap insults again, in the premiere of a new Superwoman title: When DC Entertainment announced Superwoman, the hook of the comic book series — part of the publisher's Reb...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 12, 2016

A Black Panther spinoff series is being turned into LGBT vehicle

As if it weren't bad enough that an ultra-leftist is scripting Black Panther's current series, a spinoff's been launched that's serving as a platform for LGBT propaganda: ...the new Black Panther: World Of Wakanda series that Bleeding Cool was first...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 5, 2016

The Muslim Green Lantern was being kept in Gitmo

It may not have been made clear 5 years ago, when Geoff Johns first set up his propaganda angle in GL, but now, it's been confirmed in one of their post Rebirth issues that Simon Baz was being kept in Guantanamo Bay when he was arrested, as seen in t...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 5, 2016

What's so special about Justin Trudeau that calls for putting him in the MCU just like Pierre?

Nearly 40 years ago, Pierre Trudeau, one of Canada's prime ministers, made an appearance in Uncanny X-Men 140. Just recently, his son Justin has been featured in the Civil War sequel, and papers like the National Post are making a big deal out of som...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 31, 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

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

The Muslim Ms. Marvel is being pushed into animation

I'd once heard the claim Marvel's movie/TV division was supposedly independent of what goes on in the comics company. But this news suggests that's a rather farfetched claim, as now, some of the PC diversity tactics already seen in Marvel's recent ou...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 24, 2016

How can they dominate if books have become secondary to movies?

In this recent CNBC article, they say Marvel's dominating sales, as if this were something new, when it hasn't been for a long time, and isn't particularly surprising even now. All without any critique of their publicity stunts either: Who's king of...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 20, 2016

Even cartoon adaptations are reaching the R-rated level

Here's an earlier CNBC report where we discover that the cartoons based on Batman, if any, are becoming less suitable for children, and certainly demand serious parental guidance: Imagine this narrative of an upcoming R-rated movie: A homicidal mani...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 17, 2016

And the main Civil War 2 sacrifice for publicity's sake is...

Bruce Banner, the first Incredible Hulk: Poor Bruce Banner. Things were never easy for the man best known as the eternally tortured alter ego of Marvel's Incredible Hulk. But for his comics incarnation, life had been looking up as of late: After sav...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 14, 2016

Canadian columnist admits new characters would serve diversity better

A writer at the Moose Jaw Times Herald in Saskatchewan addressed mainstream PC's influence on established heroes and co-stars, and how it's led to replacing the original white heroes with "diverse" ones in the original roles and costumes. A...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 13, 2016

CNBC's ambiguous on whether PC diversity's helping Marvel

CNBC just asked - but didn't exactly answer - whether Marvel's overbearing diversity tactics are helping sales-wise. But they're predictably vague: Marvel's introduction of Riri Williams, a 15-year-old black girl set to wear the mantle of Iron Man,...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 11, 2016


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