I feel a little like my brother about 10 years ago. He used to do his homework and then not turn it in. Only I’m here, writing blog posts and then not posting them.
Spoilers for Fables’ War and Pieces Tradepaperback #11 by Bill Willingham
I’ve been following the Fables series for a quite a while now. Just never really got around to writing about, except in talking about my love of Snow White. Fables is a story that I like to read in tradepaperback as I always want more of it right away. So please don’t spoil me for any further developments in Fabletown. Continue reading “Four Points on Fables’ War and Pieces”
Because if I reviewed everything I read in-depth, I’d have another full-time job.
I was going to actually review She-Hulk Vol 2 #38 by Peter David. It is the last issue of She-Hulk after all.
Then I saw this:
You know, eventually, I might’ve read another Peter David comic after the Scans_daily debacle. But now I’m pissed.
I’m pissed that Peter David thinks an ableist comment is an acceptable thing to print in a comic. I’m pissed that he think She-Hulk would say something like that. I’m pissed that this made it off an editor’s desk and to print.
There are times when characters are racist, sexist, ableist, and homophobic to serve the text and in a good text, these actions are condemned either by the narrative, plot, or other characters (see such texts as To Kill a Mockingbird). This is not one of those. She-Hulk is not ones of those characters; she’s a highly educated lawyer and a hero, who’s never expressed anything like this before even in moments of weakness when her friends were in peril. When her mother was killed by a mobster, She-Hulk went after him legally. She-Hulk had more grace in February 1980 than in March 2009.
Fail, Peter David. And fail, Marvel, for printing this.