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"The Champions are about confronting the injustices of the world, particularly the ones younger people face. As a Marvel comic, though, we can’t be too on the nose. It’s sort of disrespectful to do a story about Ferguson, call the city Ferguson, and act like the superheroes can have anything to do there, because that belittles the efforts of the real heroes in that town. If we take situations like that, though, and sort of tweak and fictionalize them a bit, it’s clear what we’re doing." - Mark Waid



















Date: 2017-09-11 07:34 pm (UTC)
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Strictly speaking, most white supremacists don't think they are racist. "Racists" are people who hate people of other races. Most white supremacists don't actively hate them -- they just firmly believe in the natural inferiority of them. It's a popular conceit in their world. When you point out to white supremacists that it amounts to the same thing, the resulting denial fit can become quite impressive.

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