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Discussion in 'Marvel Comics' started by PhotoJones, Jan 18, 2008.
Thankfully, the 80's are now over.
Interesting parody from McDuffie.
I totally would have bought that book.
I think he typed that to address a problem he noticed in the medium.
"They have an attractive, white female friend to calm them down when they get too excited."
Sometimes McDuffie can be quite the genius.
wow.... just wow. I don't even think what the **** sums it up for me.
That would've been a hilarious book.
Yeah, if black people were funny. I mean, I guess the white girl could be really funny. If women were funny
Women are funny when they try to drive.
Or do math!
Ow, right in the eye.
White people playing black people is funny. They do all those silly dances and silly voices. If only black people could reach that level of comedic brilliance
When women play men, all they get are Oscars.
Let's not get too crazy now. We all know voting is too important to trust women with it.
Teenage Negro Ninja Thrashers.
Heroes on the Half-Pipe - Negro Power?
Thank god that never happened. Instead McDuffie's given us the awesome presence of Vixen, Black Lightning, and John Stewart in JLA!
We could have done without Black Lightning though. He should have just adapted Static to the DC main stream.
if memory serves,didn't black lighning PREDATE static?
Yes, he did.
Well, I'm not talking about the old vs the new. I'm talking about an interesting character vs an uninteresting one.
Here's the rest of the story on that pitch.
I think there's still some issue with Milestone that prevents DC from using their characters.
I thought Milestone was an imprint of DC.