Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Primetime.

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Thatguy

Subj: Re: No idea honestly
Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2007 at 10:57:55 am EDT
Reply Subj: No idea honestly
Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2007 at 08:33:00 pm EDT

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> We had a heated debate a while ago. But why wouldn't you think your views or things that I have read by you would be deemed just a little racially insensitive?

...given that the crux of my complaints against Hudlin have been that he's writing Panther poorly, and his writing doesn't do the character justice.

Might it be that I don't accept Hudlin's word as the end all, be all on racial matters?
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> > > > McDuffie's a fine writer, but he's also a respectful writer. Normally that's not a problem, but with Hudlin's writing, it is. I've little doubt McDuffie will follow Hudlin's characterization, and I'm not fond of that.
> > >
> > > LOL. This thread is being discussed. Apparently Dwayne sees Reggie's Black Panther as "intelligent", "a master strategist" and a "powerful king", so I figure Dwayne will write him as such. What other characterization do you need?
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> > > http://www.thevhive.com/forum/index.php?webtag=DWAYNEMCDUFFIE&msg=21.1711
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> > Hudlin supporters have implied racism on the part of myself and other detractors of Hudlin on yet another board. This must be some sort of pathetic record by now.
> >
> >

One problem I see is that you criticize portraying Wakanda as having developed technilogical advancement naturally. You seem to want it to be the stereotypically backward black African nation that gains advancement only from the combination of an individual anomaly and Western technology. Can you not see how this would be looked at negatively by black readers?

I think that it is quite clear that Panther is now being portrayed as an anomaly who takes an already highly advanced nation to another level in a way that others would not have been able to. This is contrary to the way that you act as if Hudlin's T'Challa TOTALLY inherits all of his knowledge and tech.

You seem to contradict yourself by calling Hudlin's Panther flawless, yet show how he is flawed when his nation is easily invaded. Doesn't he have to be saved in the crossover with with X-Men? I don't think that the problem is that T'Challa is without flaw. The problem is that he has not had an interesting challenge.

> > We had a heated debate a while ago. But why wouldn't you think your views or things that I have read by you would be deemed just a little racially insensitive?
>
> ...given that the crux of my complaints against Hudlin have been that he's writing Panther poorly, and his writing doesn't do the character justice.
>
> Might it be that I don't accept Hudlin's word as the end all, be all on racial matters?
> >
> > > > > McDuffie's a fine writer, but he's also a respectful writer. Normally that's not a problem, but with Hudlin's writing, it is. I've little doubt McDuffie will follow Hudlin's characterization, and I'm not fond of that.
> > > >
> > > > LOL. This thread is being discussed. Apparently Dwayne sees Reggie's Black Panther as "intelligent", "a master strategist" and a "powerful king", so I figure Dwayne will write him as such. What other characterization do you need?
> > > >
> > > > http://www.thevhive.com/forum/index.php?webtag=DWAYNEMCDUFFIE&msg=21.1711
> > >
> > > Hudlin supporters have implied racism on the part of myself and other detractors of Hudlin on yet another board. This must be some sort of pathetic record by now.
> > >
> > >


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