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Superman’s son, actually, but Wtf? The left just can’t leave anything alone in its quest to destroy the nation.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/w...n-comes-out.amp.html
 
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Does his costume feature assless chaps?


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For the eleventeenth time, Highlander... "Assless chaps" is redundant.

If they're not assless, they're not chaps; they're just pants.

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Let them all drive their businesses and products into the ground and then ask "what happened" when they lose their customers and fan base. Gays are like 4% of the population, and real transgenders are less than 1%. But their presence in media is way out of proportion.

Ghostbusters and Ocean's 9 all-female reboots were terrible. Black Female 007 is also a bad idea. Make her 009 or something, just another agent working for M and Q, but not Bond and not 007. Woke movies usually suck and fail financially.

But hey, someone else will create a new character that gets all the popularity after the old ones are ruined. John Wick anyone? Came out of nowhere and is huge now. And I don't think he's going to have a bisexual encounter in the next movie...
 
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I heard he saves a bunch of his friends at the Blue Oyster Bar in the script.



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You can't do anything about this nonsense, but what you can do- as an adult- is to stop reading comic books.

I think the last time I purchased a comicbook, I was eleven years old.
 
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You can't do anything about this nonsense, but what you can do- as an adult- is to stop reading comic books.

I think the last time I purchased a comicbook, I was eleven years old.


Agreed. My comic book days were around the time that Superman was in theaters in 1978. That was my favorite superhero as a child. And I look at what this generation has as superhero role models and I weep for the future.
 
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Oddly, the values of comics have spiked significantly recently. I am not a comic book collector - but someone bought me a Dark Tower (King) illustrated/comic box set a few years ago for Christmas. It was $90. Although I read all the Dark Tower books, I never opened this box set and shelved it in the office/library. I was cleaning out the office last weekend and came across it. I went on the Amazon to check the current market value. It is $1,500 - used. Eek
 
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Twenty-some years ago, The Ambiguously Gay Duo on SNL (voiced by Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert) was kind of comical.

I laughed.

Times have changed.


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Those prices aren’t actually legitimate. It’s one thing to ask it is another to receive. My youngest likes collecting stuff. I have told him repeatedly buy what you like not necessarily what you think is going to appreciate because it’s a ridiculously hard market to game.

Oh and a bisexual Superman is just stupid. It’s like they have no idea what their core market is.
 
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Razorfist chimes in on this.
 
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For the eleventeenth time, Highlander... "Assless chaps" is redundant.

If they're not assless, they're not chaps; they're just pants.

Big Grin


If you hang your chaps on a hook, wouldn't they be assless?

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Black Female 007 is also a bad idea. Make her 009 or something, just another agent working for M and Q, but not Bond and not 007. Woke movies usually suck and fail financially.


Didn't they have a gay referenced scene in Skyfall where Bond was strapped to a chair and Silva was checking out Bonds body...



 
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Uhh, why is this Superman a man? Does he have to have a gender and why a man? And why is he lily white? People of color can't be Super people too?
Not good DC, there's a lot more woke work to do.


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You can't do anything about this nonsense, but what you can do- as an adult- is to stop reading comic books.

I think the last time I purchased a comicbook, I was eleven years old.


Yes! My childhood had a far amount of comic books, mostly Donald Duck and the like and later on Archie & Veronica and that sort. I out grew them in 6 grade or so and moved on to Hardy Boys books and those sorts of reading. I did glance through the girly mags at the local drug store when the proprietor wasn't looking. Big Grin
Never got into the super heroes.



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You can't do anything about this nonsense, but what you can do- as an adult- is to stop reading comic books.

I think the last time I purchased a comic book, I was eleven years old.


Exactly! While I still have my comics from when I was a kid, I haven't bought one since I discovered girls at 15. The problem is adults that still act like children.


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You can't do anything about this nonsense, but what you can do- as an adult- is to stop reading comic books.

I think the last time I purchased a comic book, I was eleven years old.


Exactly! While I still have my comics from when I was a kid, I haven't bought one since I discovered girls at 15. The problem is adults that still act like children.


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Amanda Milius had this to say about the latest James Bond film. It’s directly on point regarding the dismantling of our culture:

“We’re in the Dark Ages,” Milius said of the degradation of American culture. “We’re not going towards the Dark Ages, we’re in the Dark Ages, and it’s not even like they’re making this stuff to please those audiences and ignore our people. They’re specifically taking everything you like and everything that actually was a cultural kind of landmark for the United States — or just in the Western Civilization, in general — and subverting it, turning its on its head, and raping its dead carcass in front of you and making you watch. It’s so dark.”

https://www.breitbart.com/radi...e-cis-too-masculine/
 
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My comics ended with a few of the Eastman and Laird Ninja Turtles.

I liked that they were mostly black and white.

This kind of stuff makes me glad I stopped buying them after TMNT.


 
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Didn’t Marvel recently make Cpt America a traitor or a spy?
 
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I couldn't tell you, and I hope noone else around here can tell you, either.
 
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