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therealloveispowerful · 14 hours ago
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So this is apparently happening. Don’t make me upset. Non-binary. The entire lgbt community is encouraged to audition. Stfu. I just want a GAY GUY WHO LOVES GAY GUYS for once. I’m so done with this bs. Stop making gay characters overly feminine. I’m tired of the stereotypes.
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Just give me a guy who loves to be a gay fucking guy. Who’s not confused about their gender or sexuality. Fuckin hell. Even on something like stranger things the way they portrayed will this season was subtly more “gay” to the point straight people finally picked up on the fact he’s gay.
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oxymitch · a day ago
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The Gay Marriages in Marvel Comics 
1st, 2nd and 3rd pics = Northstar and Kyle Jinadu (The Marvel wedding that changed everything was when Northstar married the love of his life, Kyle Jinadu. Not only was this a same-sex marriage, but it was with a superhero and a non-powered civilian. The marriage happened in Astonishing X-Men #51 by Marjorie Liu and Mike Perkins. This could have been like other Marvel weddings, with bad guys interrupting things before the couple gets married. However, this issue was respectful and just showed the couple on their wedding day, finishing with a perfect wedding.)
4th, 5th, 6th and 7th pics = Wiccan and Hulkling (While it wasn't the first same-sex marriage in Marvel Comics history, Hulkling and Wiccan's wedding was still very special. This took place after the two young men began dating in the pages of Young Avengers and became a perfectly matched couple along the way. The wedding took place right before Hulkling accepted his role as the Skrull and Kree alliance figurehead. This was in Empyre #5 by Al Ewing and Valerio Schiti, and it was just in time for Wiccan to marry into royalty. And the wedding happened again in Empyre: Aftermath #1, but only this time, it takes place in Space after the planetary threat was over and it’s a public wedding)
- Astonishing X-Men v3 #51, 2012 (1st, 2nd, 3rd pics)
- Empyre #5, 2020 (5th and 6th pics)
- Empyre: Aftermath #1, 2020 (7th and 8th pics)
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Vision furrowed his brow as he leaned against the counter, watching the twins play a videogame in the living room and hearing angsty rock music playing quietly in Vivian's room. He pushed off the counter and headed to the back yard garden where he had last seen Wanda. "Wanda, dear, is it just me or is Vivian being more distant than she usually is lately?" his voice was flooded with concern, he had figured it was just a teenage girl thing and given her space when she first started locking herself in her room for long hours but between the music she had started listening to and the lack of seeing her throughout the day he wondered if there wasn't something deeper going on with her, and who better to ask than a telepath?
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wicclan · 2 days ago
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part of why i love billy/teddy so much is that they're both actually the chosen one trope for different reasons, and one of 'em ends up being the king of space and the other ends up being the most powerful sorcerer in the multiverse. like talk about a power couple
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scarlet--wiccan · 2 days ago
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So, the Voices: Iceman Infinity Comic wrapped up today, and...I’m really not trying to be a hater, but it’s become pretty clear that this format is just not conducive to good storytelling, and these writers aren’t being given the space or time they need to make it work. 
The vertical scroll format demands a decompressed script (less action and information on a page), but these four-to-five issue miniseries demand deeply compressed storytelling (accelerated passage of time, information deposited in high concentration, rapid turnaround on character intros and/or conflict resolution).
It’s a recipe for failure. These stories have to be both slow and fast at the same, simultaneously narrow in focus and wide in scope. They’re published episodically, but those episodes only add up to approximately one standard print issue worth of material. Iceman is four chapters, each with its own conflicts and resolutions, plus newly introduced characters and relationships, but it’s all been squished into the page space of one regular comic.  
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In Vecchio’s Iceman, problems are solved too quickly, and new concepts and major changes in our hero’s life are glossed over at a startling pace. A lot of really interesting stuff happens, but characters and conflicts are shuffled off, unceremoniously, almost as quickly as they come up. I was particularly struck by the finale of issue #3. Bobby de-escalates a conflict with Daemond, a new antagonist who wants to steal his ice-powers, by correctly identifying that the young man is desperate and in pain. Bobby sends Daemond to his friend, Christian, for help, but the reader never learns why Daemond was in pain, why he wanted ice powers, specifically, or how Christian was supposed to help. And I wanted to know! I really enjoyed the earlier part of that issue, but I was enormously frustrated by the cramped ending.
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Trujillo’s Hulkling & Wiccan Infinity Comic had the opposite problem. The series meanders through character introductions in a new, alternate timeline while teasing a greater magical mystery, only to abruptly solve said mystery-- and the central emotional conflict-- in the back half of the final issue with no struggle or effort from our heroes. Nothing is gained here, which is just as well because nothing is earned. 
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There have been other, more successful Infinity Comics. The recent White Fox miniseries, by Alyssa Wong, worked as well as it did because it stuck to a single setting, and tailored the size and scope of the plot to the limited format. The ongoing X-Men Infinity Comic works precisely because it’s an ongoing-- the episodes don’t have to be cramped because there are more of them. 
The majority of Marvel Unlimited’s Infinity lineup is actually made up of supplemental one-shots, character primers, prologues, and non-canon comedy series like It’s Jeff or Marvel Meow. They’re a good fit for this platform because, let’s be honest, this is a subscription-based, alternative platform that’s riddled with technical problems and doesn’t get the same readership as standard comics. If Marvel wants to run stand-alone stories for major characters, especially fan-favorites that are popular with specific demographics, they really need to rethink the format and give their creators more support. 
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avengerscompound · a year ago
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The Vision/Maximoff Family dressing as themselves for Halloween 
(and Tommy who dressed as Uncle Piet)
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thesuperheroesnetwork · a month ago
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Texts From Superheroes
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wandavisionedits · a month ago
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“A family is forever. We could never truly leave each other even if we tried.”
Wanda Maximoff and her Minimoffs in Doctor Strange 2: Multiverse of Madness (2022)
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batcavescolony · 23 days ago
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With Pride Month upon us I would like to remind you that companies aren't your friends. Since I like comic's ill say it. Taking your Queer characters out of storage for one month then putting them back or not mentioning them being Queer for the next eleven months isn't Pride it's Pandering. This doesn't mean you can't enjoy the comics, I can't wait to see them either, but just remember companies are not your friend.
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thesongofthepeople06 · a year ago
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So it's revealed that the big bad of WANDAVISION is depression and crippling anxiety.
Marvel, I understand you want me to go to therapy. You didn't have to make this to tell me.
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bruce-wayne · a year ago
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Thanks for choosing me to be your mom.
WANDAVISION (2021)
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why-i-love-comics · 7 months ago
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Hulkling and Wiccan: Infinity Comic #4 (2021)
written by Josh Trujillo art by Jodi Nishijima & Matt Milla
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glitter-bunny420 · 6 months ago
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Happy first day of Hanukkah to all the Jews of the world! (from an ally)
To celebrate, I thought I would give spotlight to some iconic Jewish comic book characters. Enjoy!
Harley Quinn
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Batwoman (Kate Kane)
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Moon Knight
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Scarlet Witch
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Wiccan
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Magneto
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Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
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The Thing
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Shadowcat (Kitty Pryde)
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scarletwitchpanels · a month ago
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Avengers #280 / Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #9 / Who Is…? The Scarlet Witch Infinity Comic #1
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wicclan · 2 days ago
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i can't wait for America to finally meet grown up Billy in the multiverse and just be like "yeah your mom tried to fucking murder me but you created my world so it's okay i guess"
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greencanary084 · a month ago
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I think I'm officially dipping out of the MCU at this point. It's just... annoying how now that characters that I consider to be my heroes are getting introduced, the MCU execs are just choosing to disrespect all the things that make these characters them as well as what makes them important to their fans.
First it was Spider-Man going from a hero for the beaten down working class to a poster boy for billionaire superhero tech (that's now been fixed with NWH, but still).
Then it was Kate being changed from a badass teenage survivor of assault who raided Avengers Mansion for weapons to help her friends fight a time traveling warlord, to a Hawkeye fangirl.
And now, America is being changed from the reckless and hot headed young adult who rushes into danger to protect her loved ones, to a tween damsel in distress. Not to mention the rumours of her lesbianism being significantly diminished for the movies.
And then there's the very real possibility that we're never going to see Billy and Tommy as Wiccan and Speed, or as gay and bi characters. At least, not in the foreseeable future.
Not to mention the fact that while popular Marvel TV characters such as Daredevil and Kingpin are being brought into the movies, equally as beloved Marvel TV characters such as Quake and Mockingbird are being disrespected. Whether it's not asking the actor for Quake to reprise her role in Secret Invasion (in which Quake was a massive player in the comics), or changing Mockingbird's MCU status to being Barton's retired wife.
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sapphic-corgi · a month ago
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Give Wanda:
-her dad
-her kids
-her brother
-her lover
-A BREAK
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natashowlet · a month ago
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Scarlet witch icons
like or reblog if you save
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pencilscratchins · 12 months ago
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marvel pride, but it’s just affronting the unspoken HORRORS only queer people with queer siblings know about (twitter) [ID in next reblog]
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lazykcdoodler · a year ago
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My take on a WandaVision spoof of those old Disney Channel bumpers, ft. the Minimoff twins
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