Characters who are queer and Jewish, from DC's Batwoman and Marvel's Wiccan, have only recently begun to be represented in comics, and that needs to be recognized, especially in the current political climate
Anti-heroes are the new heroes. There is a fantastic complexity to characters who have a constant internal battle between what they consider “good’ and “evil”. It shatters the perception that a hero is someone who is never tempted by the dark side.
Let's be honest, getting a good representation of diversity in comic book films have always been a losing struggle. Part of the problem comes in the purist adaptations of iconic comic book characters because the majority of them were created in a time where there was no non-white representation in comic books.
You know you want to click on this and find out. Erik Larsen took to Twitter today to share his opinion on female superhero costumes: A little later, after getting a largely positive reaction from his followers, Larsen added: It's never a dull moment following Erik Larsen on Twitter....continue »