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The Vision and The Scarlet Witch #6 by Steve Englehart and Richard Howell

Just remember: no matter how embarrassing your family or awkward your Thanksgiving gets, it will probably never be as bad as having an estranged ex-supervillain father over on Turkey Day.

essyltinexile:

The Vision and The Scarlet Witch #6 by Steve Englehart and Richard Howell

Just remember: no matter how embarrassing your family or awkward your Thanksgiving gets, it will probably never be as bad as having an estranged ex-supervillain father over on Turkey Day.

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Filed under my favorite part of this entire thing is that Magneto proceeds to act like a HUGE WHINY BABY when no one likes him like okay you're an ex-supervillain first of all maybe introduce yourself as Magnus and engage in some light small talk not bust in all MEN CALL ME MAGNETO which is the most super villain intro ever seriously tell a dad joke instead or something idk

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Anonymous asked: I'm black and I think I am racist against white people because I can't let go of slavery and segregation and all the unfairness that has followed. Hearing stories from my grand parents makes it worse. But I can't remember anything happening to me where a white person treated me differently. Do you have any advice on how to let go of the past and stop being racist?

yoisthisracist:

Probably the first thing you need to do is stop being a racist white person who thinks he can fool people on the internet, because, sorry, you can’t. I guess the second step is stop thinking we’re as stupid as you are, because practically no one is. Step 3 is fuck off with this fake-ass bullshit, bye.

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First Thor now Cap?! Why?! It’s not that I have anything against women or african americans, I just am going to miss Steve Rodgers and Thor Odinson, they’re some of Marvel’s oldest and most recognizable characters… and now, they aren’t them

Steve Rogers and old Thor are both going to be around in their respective replacements books. And considering that MCU white male Cap and Thor aren’t going anywhere, I think their representation in the world at large is probably safe.

But didn’t they say that the new Thor isn’t a temporary thing? And something about that and Cap at the same time makes me think that they’re both permanent. Yes they’ll still be in the movies but I enjoy them in the comic universe more. I’m sure I’ll enjoy the new characters, but I’m doubting I’ll like them as much as the characters I’ve grown to love

There have been nine Captain Americas so far, and at least two Thors. I suppose it’s hypothetically possible that Sam and new Thor will stay in the roles forever, but no one was ever able to replace Steve when there weren’t multimillion dollar movies being made about him every couple of years.

Bucky as Cap was pretty well received (and to be honest had more room to push the narrative and do new things) and Steve still went back to being Cap right around the time Captain America: The First Avenger came out. New legacies don’t tend to stick, especially when Marvel wants to try to get new readers for the comics from the movies. “Permanent” doesn’t mean anything when it comes to replacing mainstay characters with new ones. Ben Reilly could tell you that.

Filed under seriously if Sam is still Cap and New Thor is still around by 2016 I will give you $20 comics really suck at creating and sustaining change