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Backed it day 1

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Other Comics / Re: DC Comics
« on: August 21, 2020, 08:02:22 pm »
DC's Jim Lee on the Company's Future: "We Are Still in the Business of Publishing Comics"





Someone tell Mr. Lee:  "No one gives a flying ____ck"


Far Sector and Legion have been the only DC titles Iíve been getting. Far Sector is by far the best Green Lantern series to come out since Ron Marz stopped writing Kyle, which is probably why DC ignores it

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It took forever to get here but my copy of the Mondo SDCC variant of the BP film score arrived
https://mondoshop.com/products/marvels-black-panther-original-motion-picture-soundtrack-3xl

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Black Panther / Re: COATES' RUN ENDS IN JUNE
« on: March 01, 2020, 09:57:03 am »
Anyone is better than Coates, Iíll take a dead body as the writer at this point

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X-Fans wouldnít like her writing Storm, she wouldnít sip the kool-aid and they prefer their storm to be wallpaper that either gets dicked down by Logan or Yukio

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Other Comics / Re: Jamal Igle's Penultiman
« on: February 12, 2020, 04:14:14 pm »
I probably should be reading these but I most likely wonít

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Other Comics / Re: Marvel Comics
« on: February 03, 2020, 10:51:57 pm »
The New Warriors sounds interesting but I donít have the love for the 90ís team as others do

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Black Panther / Re: BP710: THE PROTOCOLS 2020 - AVENGE THE FALLEN
« on: February 03, 2020, 10:46:42 pm »
Exactly, the passion isn't there, hell the interest in T'Challa abd his world isn't there. That's why he keeps pulled Storm and Eden in, two X-Men characters, that's why in the early stages stages od the story, the crystal was supposedly the key for the maroons to receive their memories back was, again, a x men related items. The dude just had the main villain in the latest issue give all this praise to storm.

I mean, that's the type of talk the main villain says about the title Character, and his Supporting cast. But instead we see it's given to out of franchise characters, both of which are from X-Men.

You know who has passion? Geoffrey Thorne aka redjack. He wants to write a bp comic, he likes the character, he wants to elevate the character, and he has proven all this via Avengers Black Panthers quest.  He has the passion, and after Cooglers slam dunk with MCU BP? This old trope that befalls black characters is no longer tolerated, especially given what can be if the person at the helm has the passion.




When I write about passion, I'm writing about the entire comicbook industry not one person.

Your type of thinking goes back to what I wrote earlier and this is my last post on this matter; I have nothing more to write regarding this 'issue' because I'm convinced. 

No matter how much disdain or vitriol or dislike is posted about Mr. Coates or his accomplishments,  absolutely no one who was ever assigned to 'Black Panther' would ever get in front of the Nation at Capitol Hill, Washington D.C., testify about our plight in support of Representative Sheila Jackson-Lee of Texas' proposed bill, HR 40, the commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans.    Not one. 

We now know who is about the business and who is not.  Mr. Coates is alright with me.

Right now, as I type this there is a dangerous, repugnant agent for Russia,  a criminal if you will,  inside the Executive Mansion at Washington, D.C. pretending to be an American president who has double crossed the entire Nation and our allies ON TRIAL.

Y'know what that means?  There is an unruly tenant in the process of being evicted from the Executive Mansion and he doesn't want to leave.  The People have spoken; look at the approval numbers; there must be witnesses.

…and check this sh!t out: he has rigged the trial so that no witnesses who caught the stupid M/Fer in the act of the crime to not testify against him. There are more people in prison than in the state of Arizona; every single one of them locked up just on WITNESS testimony alone. Never mind evidence that is also required in court proceedings.  The most racist individual people of color have ever seen in generations and he's gloating about the sh!t and he has intimated that he'll betray us again.  We're still in the 1st month of the fiscal year, in a Brand Nubian decade and the 2020 election in November is a loo-o-ng way from today.    We have reached that 'limit break' in this final fantasy.



As I've written before, comicbooks today ain't that _____ ing serious. 

You are of course, entitled to hold whatever opinion you wish as regards Coates importance in relation to social issues impacting upon African-American interests.

This however, has ZERO relevance as to how Coates atrocious work on the Black Panthet solo book as well as the mythos in its entirety,  is perceived and rejected by actual BP Mythos enthusiasts who pay good money to read stories about a character they appreciate.

Coates maybe alright in your eyes just based on his stance in the reparations issue but as far as his work on the BP book is concerned, Coates is a PoS especially as his work on the Captain America solo book, proves that he's more than capable of writing a titular character properly.

Ta Nehisi Coates is most definitely a steaming PoS.


It truly is like the X-Office sent a sleeper agent out into another office to piss all over BP since he’s the only touchable one fans outside of the mutants that’s a poc that people care about, if they tried this with Miles the Spider Office would jump in real quick


But can’t admit the big shot black writer was a bust so to save face just let the trash pile up

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Black Panther / Re: The moderator Marvelous has died
« on: November 07, 2019, 08:32:37 am »
Rest in power Marv

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Nothing important today. There is a cool varient cover for Agents of W. Not sure what issue it's for, but it's for the 2020 stuff.

I like that cover more than the 2099 variant

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Black Panther / Re: Shuri gets her own series
« on: June 27, 2019, 09:40:36 am »
http://www.newsarama.com/45712-shuri-writer-explans-why-she-left-the-book-says-not-cancelled.html


When you don't have a writer on the book because the main writer has walked off AND you don't have a replacement? That book IS CANCELLED. Period.



Unless Marvel decides it is, Iíll take a Shuri solo over the mutant folks want pushed as the premier black woman at Marvel.

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Black Panther / Re: Agents of Wakanda series
« on: June 24, 2019, 12:23:22 am »
I have to disagree with the sentiment that Wakanda gets reduced. Why? Because Wakanda is so powerful it doesn't need to bother with the small stuff. If it requires Wakanda then they will do so. But it's literally in the same vein as when you have mentioned before cases or villains that should not even be on BPs blimp and the DM would handle said villains. Same thing with this team. I simply agree that Agent's of Wakanda need to have more Wakandans because while it's okay to have non Wakandans, there needs to be actual Wakandans as well and it's very important that it happens 


Zub is a deep cut kind of guy and when he gets on a title he does his research on all characters involved so it wouldnít surprise me if heís aware of even wakandans that have been all but forgotten. This does include also having conversations with writers of charters solo titles such as he has mentioned keeping in contact with Ahmed for Miles/Kamala and Ewing for Riri so that sadly now includes Coates BUT unlike Coates Zub knows wtf heís doing

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Black Panther / Re: Agents of Wakanda series
« on: June 17, 2019, 10:47:44 pm »
The covers are very vibrant.



Below: I love the loose linework in these inks...



That SECOND joint is HOTT!! Who did that?

The great Lenil Francis Yu

Iím in on this with fingers crossed Kasper joins as heís perfect for this team

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Other Comics / Re: Superman: Year One
« on: June 17, 2019, 10:35:20 am »
Did they need rape to be apart of Supes origin

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Black Panther / Re: Shuri gets her own series
« on: May 27, 2019, 12:17:50 pm »
Iím cool with it as Ririís comic has been really good and imo Eve Ewing has done a whooooooooooole more for that character than Bendis, thatís not a knock against him but imo during his final Marvel years I think he was burned out especially on writing Miles because whooooooooboi was that last run rough.

Shuri is in this odd place of the Coates stuff was a thing( Iíll be nice and leave it at that ) while MCU Shuri is the embodiment of ďblack girls rockĒ and Iím all for that as theyíre basically trying to find a happy medium for her character. Iíve been buying this series since the start but Iíve only read the recent team up issues with Miles & Kamala( there ainít enough hours in a day ) but I plan to binge the previous issues to see if Iíll keep it or just come back for the Riri team up, I did finally drop Coates run as I havenít read a issue since.........issue whatever Chris Sprouse was drawing
Ironheart comes to Wakanda in August. Meeting of the female big brains.



https://www.marvel.com/articles/comics/riri-williams-meets-shuri-when-ironheart-9-goes-to-wakanda-this-august?fbclid=IwAR2_BkHB0foZczQfc4Hd2C5pPy-zNRjFxKnJKEGj3b8w2DbVwg93AUDBTME


Idk that IRONHEART still had her own book. It's very good to see. I haven't read the book since Bendis penned it. My last ish was the ish after Riri met Pepper. Reading that Eve Ewing...is she Al Ewing's wife?...pens it and the positive reviews from the hard to please fans here? I'm definitely going back and getting as much of the whole run as I can. I haven't been into collecting comics for the better part of...too long.


They just happen to have the same last name, just like with Miles and Saladin Riri has been far better served under Eveís pen

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