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PostyMcGee 2 points ago +2 / -0

I feel so bad for the hardcore fans of Star Wars and Star Trek because they really are fanatics and can't help themselves, to a degree. They grew up loving something, maybe it was one of their few joys in life, were bullied, but could enjoy these franchises, find a community maybe even. Same with other geek fandoms. And then they get it taken away. Sometimes it really is a lifeline. I agree, got to let it cool off. Don't see it in theatres, buy used DVDs for awhile, if at all. but not enough people will stop watching for them to stop, unfortunately. It's sad, Star Wars I remember being good as a kid.

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PostyMcGee 3 points ago +3 / -0

He may be Eggman to many, but he'll always be Robotnik to me. Male Feminists are creepy, nasty, hypocritical tyrants. It fits. But yeah, they don't get the irony, I think. Just trying to Marxist it up.

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PostyMcGee 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have no desire for diversity. That being said, there are comics fans who probably would have been ok with having more "ethnic" and female characters had they been written well, not just propaganda pieces and not completely disrespecting existing characters, suing them as props to make the diverse characters seem better, or teach the White ones a lesson. Juts, yeah. Also, The people who actually read comics, the few left, are mostly White males. You're not going to appeal to the majority of them using characters they can't relate to as easily as other White males. Diverse people and women aren't going to start reading either, even with good characters. This was always about propaganda and Marvel never cared. They don't even care now, not about readers, just that it's spilling into the movies and those juicy profits maybe.