I can use punctuation though. I guess that’s one of the tricks you use to make your character sound more authentic. It’s brilliant work mate, you nearly had me fooled for a few minutes, but then I thought, nah there is no way anyone is that deluded. If you take the character on a live tour, he should definitely were a tin foil hate, you know, to protect him from liberals trying to turn him gay or whatever.
"Hilarious" again. Pretty limited vocabulary No surprise there though
That’s hilarious. How do you manage to keep in character?
"Demographic you're not part of" - like 90% of comic readers you mean ? The spite filled sneering anti-male rhetoric is a big seller for you perhaps, but not for all but a mouthy microscopic minority The examples you quote - ever consider the stories were daft and good fun - AND NOT DESIGNED TO BE PERMANENT and REPLACE the main character ? Waste of time arguing you are clearly more interested as the writers are in agendas being pushed, rather than actually doing what comics were invented for - ENTERTAIN - borne out again by drop in sales - and don't refer to the FIRST issues. They always sell no matter how atrocious they are - they may be valuable one day to a comics collector So I'll leave this in saying notice the celebrations last night ? No ists or isms or phobias - just celebrate together - no PC parasites pushing agendas.
- Iron Man’s still Tony Stark, Riri Williams is Iron Heart, a new character just like you wanted. - Thor’s a man again, but he’s also been a frog and an alien in the past. Where were your protests then? Have you thought maybe they’re appealing to the demographic you’re not part of? You know, minority groups who need a hero to look up to, a sales drop would be expected in that case, but people still need heroes. Like I said, verifiable facts from the source rather than toxic propaganda spread by groups trying to weaponise change.