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Upper_Krust

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Norvell

Member Since: Sun Jan 02, 2011
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Subj: At this point Jane-Thor is a spiteful villain, this issue reinforces it...
Posted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 at 07:51:44 pm EST (Viewed 228 times)
Reply Subj: A whole lot of blowing wind.
Posted: Wed Dec 20, 2017 at 06:20:23 pm EST (Viewed 274 times)



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      - "Revolution! Death to the Patriarchy"



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    Okay. If we assume that the patriarchy is... what brand of politics? And this is Hildegarde, one of the more boisterous and outspoken Asgardians.


Yes its a nice play on words but we know exactly why Aaron chose them so don't try to hide behind Hildegarde being 'boisterous' and 'outspoken'.


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    I was going to give you this point, but then I had to question exactly what political statement is being made. Certainly none that I'm aware of.



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      - Hercules: "Its been a while since I kissed a Thor!"



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    Where's the politics in this?


Its further emasculation of Thor (and Herc...although that character is well gone by now) I am surprised Aaron hasn't already pulled the trigger and made Thor gay at this point.

Thus its sexual politics.


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      - Real Thor places his hand gently on Jane-Thor's shoulder (note they are former lovers) and she acts like its a sexual harassment case and threatens to cut off his hand while shaming his disability and calling him Odinson.



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    This is called hyperventilating over absolutely nothing.


I'll admit I'm blowing off some steam but that issue was ridiculous even for Aaron.


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      She's a totally unlikable, self-entitled pretentious c***.



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    An ugly female slur, censored, is still an ugly female slur.


That's how she is behaving:

1. Treats real Thor's hand on her shoulder like sexual harassment...is that how you talk to someone you love/loved?
2. Threatens to cut off his hand...which seems extremely spiteful and extreme under the circumstances.
3. Shame's his disability...is she meant to be a villain?
4. Reinforces the put down by calling him Odinson...even had she taken on the mantle of 'Thor' (even though its idiotic) in private she would surely call HIM Thor and he'd call her Jane.

Are those the actions of a hero?

...what else is she going to do, CHEAT at arm wrestling...oh wait.


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      - Thor looks like he's dropped down to about 180 pounds, guy looks a shadow of his former self - physically and emotionally.



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    Blame the artist here. I didn't notice.


Quelle surprise'

I can see why none of this would even register with you; but do you likewise see the flip-side and why this run has so many detractors?


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    Seems like you're struggling to come up with valid criticism.


I already outlined my criticisms. I didn't need to struggle to find them and I don't even own the issue; goodness knows what else lurks within.




You address Omnipotence...tread carefully.
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