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25 June 2007 @ 07:41 pm

 Well, isn't that just like a woman.

Earth goddess, X-men Leader, Morlock champion, rebel punk, and master thief......but we all know what really matters.

Fantastic Four  #547
Written by: Dwayne McDuffie
Art by: Paul Pelletier


"You can tell Michael Collins that my hair is completely natural."
"This is NOT  a weave!"

Please , let that character be a skrull. I call on the goddess of comics and the saint of fangirls- let that character be a skrull...
(Anonymous) on June 30th, 2007 01:37 am (UTC)
Regarding Storm being "Too Black"
In answer to your last paragraph, writers of Black characters should be allowed to be true to their creative vision in terms of cultural accuracy. This will help the comic industry overcome two prevailing stereotypes that turns off potential readers:

1. White comic fans are completely and utterly incapable of accepting well-rounded characters who aren't White.

2. Comics are irrelevant and even hostile to mainstream Black readers and their experiences.

So, McDuffie and Marvel made the right call by keeping the scene in FF #547. That took a lot of guts.

Besides, the scene IS funny.