Oh For Rao’s Sake!!!

Oh For Rao’s Sake!!!

This is not a joke okay.

I am not quoting the Babylon Bee here.

This is real. This is a thing. This is happening.

(*barrel chested sigh*)

Ta-Nehisi Coates is writing J.J Abrams Superman movie for Warner Brothers.

No word or not on whether Kal-El has been race-bent.

I now know why Henry Cavel was suddenly so hellbent for leather to get a Mass Effect project off the ground.


I’ll have more on this after I stop laughing in shocked disbelief.

UPDATE: The rumor is that it’s Michael B. Jordan. So yeah, Black Superman.

SECOND UPDATE: For those who don’t know. Ta-Nehisi Coates specialty is social justice porn. He writes about his black outrage, for white audiences. The Baizou love him. But the problem is he can’t write fiction. He’s terrible at it.

Marvel Comics gave him his own title; Black Panther and the Crew.

I know that the Critical Race Cultists that hired him were quivering in anticipation of his righteous rage against all white people, like a submissive waiting for his “Mistress” to degrade and punish him. However, when she walked into her dungeon, with her skin-tight black leather cat-suit creaking, instead of selecting her whip, she sat down, lit up a cigarette, and bitched about her rent.

Black Panther and the Crew, was just Black Panther and Storm making unfunny cracker jokes and complaining about gentrification. The title lasted for three issues and was canceled.

THEN Coates remembered how to scream at white people. He got another title but it was just as bad.

I know he only got this gig because no one in Hollywood actually reads anything they buy. He’s the hotness in their circles, so he was hired without anyone looking at work.

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Comments (10)

  • Bonesaw Reply

    I do find it more than a little hilarious that you praised the CW for not race bending Clark and Martha Kent in the recent Superman TV show.
    Little did you know they were preparing to go way, way further and just race twist superman himself on the big screen.

    If this isn’t the most iconic incarnation of superman, and replaces Christopher Reeve’s depiction of the man of steel as the default we all think of then everyone is racist.

    February 27, 2021 at 2:53 am
  • furor kek tonicus Reply

    Nerdrotic is calling JJs production company “Bad Reboot” now.
    i wholly endorse this relabeling.

    February 27, 2021 at 5:37 am
    • Ty Ping Reply

      Ooh, brilliant! I must steal that…

      February 27, 2021 at 9:15 am
  • Rev Reply

    Supes was always a couple of non-Americans attempt to say what a “real” American was or how they could be real Americans too. Was entertaining when their idea was close to ours, and subseqently when actual Americans wrote Supes with love for the things he supposedly stood for. But we know they want blacks to be the new “real” americans, so here we go again

    February 27, 2021 at 2:42 pm
  • douglas Whiddon Reply

    They should make a movie about Icon, who is essentially the black version of superman. That would be interesting.

    February 27, 2021 at 6:22 pm
    • Steven G. Johnson Reply

      Icon WAS a very good character! Not least because he defended being a Republican and a businessman, and all the other blacks in the comic derided him for being crazy … BUT he wasn’t the villain and he wasn’t shown in every issue to be wrong. Refreshing.

      February 27, 2021 at 7:23 pm
    • Ivan Poland Reply

      Making a good or interesting movie isn’t the point.

      February 28, 2021 at 9:46 pm
  • Eric Brown Reply

    Ta-Nehisi Coates can write good fiction. The problem is that he claims it’s non-fiction.

    February 28, 2021 at 8:09 pm
  • Patrick McNally Reply

    He writes odd fiction, but not good fiction. Most of his stuff is too overloaded with extraneities to qualify as good fiction.

    March 1, 2021 at 10:24 pm
  • Chief_Tuscaloosa Reply

    So we’re going to see Disney inadvertently convince everyone that the illegal alien (from Krypton) has to go back? Excellent!

    March 3, 2021 at 2:26 am

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