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  1. Marvel's new Captain America is an LGBT activist. His queerness is no longer canceled.

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    2. Boges

      Boges

      I'd say the MCU is as popular as it's ever been. WandaVision was the top TV show this year so-far. 

      The OP is mentioning a new run of actual comics.

      Similar to how there are comics with a Black Spiderman and a Women versions of Thor and Hulk. 

      Steve Rodgers is just one of many Captain Americas, in the comics. Both Bucky and Falcon have been Captain America in the comics as well. 

    3. Infidel Dog

      Infidel Dog

      TV marvel has been smart enough to keep the untalented wokesters away from their productions, so far. 

      Comic book Marvel has been bombing for some time now but they have Disney money behind them to support the woke crap Boges is talking about. 

      Here's how the woke disney welfare, no-talents of the comics plan to further destroy Captain America below. Actually it's not that horrible, as far as the ideas of wokedom go, but I don't see gay Captain America catching on. There's kind of a new Blacktain America coming when the Falcon takes up the shield on TV this Friday in Falcon and the Winter Soldier for Disney Plus. That has a better chance of succeeding in the mainstream. It follows the movie canon.:

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      Marvel is introducing a brand new Captain America in the upcoming series The United States of Captain America. Written by Christopher Cantwell with art by Dale Eaglesham, the series sees four heroes who have been Captain America in the past -- Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes, Sam Wilson, and John Walker -- embarking on a road trip to locate Cap's stolen shield. During their journey, they meet local heroes who have become Captain America in their communities beginning with Marvel's new hero Aaron Fischer. Cantwell and Eaglesham are joined by Joshua Trujillo and Jan Bazaldua in introduced Fischer as the LGBTQ+ hero Captain America of the Railways.

       

      “Aaron is inspired by heroes of the queer community: activists, leaders, and everyday folks pushing for a better life,” Trujillo says in a press release. “He stands for the oppressed, and the forgotten. I hope his debut story resonates with readers, and helps inspire the next generation of heroes.”

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    4. Boges

      Boges

      Actually, though not part of the MCU, one of the more successful comic movies in the past few years was Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse. 

      It features the aforementioned black Spiderman as the main protagonist (Miles Morales) as well as a Female Spiderman and a Pig Spiderman. <_<

       

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