Deadpool: The Gauntlet #13 about Deadpool, Blade & the ghost of Benjamin Franklin fighting vampires had the word patriarchy in it. Just having to read this 1 word in my comic book ruins the experience. I don't know if this was a joke at the expense of feminists because she fails & ends up being rescued by Deadpool but obvious social commentary like this brings you out of the story. This is supposed to be entertainment, not some dumb girl's tumblr.
But it doesn't end there because She-Hulk has this ridiculous panel in it. As if the artwork weren't terrible enough it has this stupid line in it. The only good thing about it, is that it shows you can't use this stupid phrase in a conversation without sounding moronic.
So while I'll keep buying Deadpool because he saved the damsel in distress, I will not be reading anymore She-feminist. I'm sure She-feminist will now become huge like The Movement.
The Movement is that comic book that all the feminist geek girls couldn't stop talking about. The team that they were all cosplaying as. It's a comic with lesbians & gays & minorites & anti-religious stories. It's everything a social justice warrior could want in a comic book. It was even written by their favorite female writer. It was a huge success.
Oh wait, it was cancelled. Despite the constant clamoring online of feminists & fake geek girls, they did not buy the comic that they all claim they wanted.
"Hmm, that’s weird. I would have thought political correctness, class warfare and gender politics would have been a better sell."
(What a surprise, girls not wanting what they claim they want. Where have I experienced that before?) I'm sure it was an awesome comic: nope, nobody liked it.
As usual money talks. This is a business & despite what they would have you believe, they do not actually buy comic books. They just click "like" & blog about things they don't like. They just want to destroy comics because anything that is for men must be ruined by these "activists" so that we can't have anything for ourselves.