Marvel: Everyone’s Gay Now!

Marvel: Everyone’s Gay Now!

Last year Marvel changed another character, claiming Kitty Pryde is “bisexual.” None of this stuff gets into the movies yet, as the comics can get away with altering characters into a hack writer’s perverted sexual fantasy, but the film-going audience still mostly relies on families.

But now Marvel writer Al Ewing, infamous for making his Bruce Banner rant against capitalism in a bizarre communist tirade, has determined fan-favorite Guardians of the Galaxy character, Star Lord, is now “bi and poly”.

Soon he’ll be identifying as a xir/xem I’m sure.

You can see the cringe for yourself:

Beyond the boring and amateurish art with coloring my seven year old could have done better, the dialogue is ridiculous and the situation is vomit-inducing. It’s sad that Al Ewing has to insert this perverse fantasy he’ll never be able to obtain in his real life into a children’s book.

Rumors are swirling that this is being done as a “gotcha” to Chris Pratt plays the character on the screen, and Pratt is a vocal Christian.

Who’s next? Spider-man? Thor?

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  • EXALT Reply

    Ah, those beautiful polyamorous threesomes with no psychotic jealousy, sexual diseases and/or ugly people involved; you don’t see many of those in real life, strangely enough.

    (Ewing looks like this, if anyone is wondering:

    And is it me, or does that guy look more like Thor than Star-Lord?

    “Who’s next? Spider-man? Thor?”

    Shuri; ten days ago Letitia Wright said a few things the Mob didn’t like, and she’s a Christian too.

    December 14, 2020 at 8:09 pm
  • Ingot9455 Reply

    They already did Spider-man by having Miles Morales imagine that he was bi. (And afrolatino at the same time, essentially a bad porn fantasy.)

    December 14, 2020 at 9:14 pm
  • Seeker Reply

    If you look up what Bisexual Lighting is, that’s why the color scheme is so ugly. Bisexual lighting uses blue (male), pink (female), and purple (both), just like the comic here, to symbolize gay colors. It also favors odd and repulsive versions of all of those colors just to distinguish it from the neon schema that its ultimately ripping off.

    December 14, 2020 at 11:34 pm
  • Bonesaw Reply

    Are any of these people capable of just telling a compelling story with good characters people can look up to anymore?
    Who am I kidding, of course they can’t.

    December 15, 2020 at 3:08 am
  • Codex Reply

    Speaking of comic art, what do you think of this Mr. Del Arroz?

    December 20, 2020 at 6:41 am

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