Doctor Stephen Vincent Strange, M.D. is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by artist Steve Ditko and writer Stan Lee, the character first appeared in Strange Tales #110 (cover-dated July 1963). Doctor Strange serves as the Sorcerer Supreme, the primary protector of Earth against magical and mystical threats. Inspired by stories of black magic and Chandu the Magician, Strange was created during the Silver Age of Comic Books to bring a different kind of character and themes of mysticism to Marvel Comics.
The character’s origin story relates that he was once a brilliant but egotistical surgeon. After a car accident severely damages his hands and hinders his ability to perform surgery, he searches the globe for a way to repair them and encounters the Ancient One. After becoming one of the old Sorcerer Supreme’s students, he becomes a practitioner of both the mystical arts as well as martial arts. Along with knowing many powerful spells, he has a costume with two mystical objects—the Cloak of Levitation and Eye of Agamotto—which give him added powers. Strange is aided along the way by his friend and valet, Wong, and a large assortment of mystical objects. He takes up residence in a mansion called the Sanctum Sanctorum, located in New York City. Later, Strange takes the title of Sorcerer Supreme.
Superman = Jewperman now.
It’s too bad fucking social justice warrior Superman wasn’t there to protect the fucking thousands of Americans killed by fucking illegal aliens.
Hey, Superman, you fucking piece of shit! Where were you when Jamiel was murdered! And what about Kate Steinle, you moron!
Superman is an illegal alien. Deport him back to Krypton or wherever the hell he came from.
The moment in the book released Wednesday comes a week after President Trump ended DACA.
Perhaps it is just a coincidence, but perhaps not.
In the recent issue of Action Comics #987, “The Oz Effect,” released Wednesday, Superman arrives in the nick of time to protect a group of undocumented immigrants from a white man sporting an American flag bandanna, wielding a machine gun, who is going to shoot them for taking his job.
Superman blocks the bullets before they hit the terrified people.
“Stop this!” Superman orders the gunman.
“Why?!” he responds. “They ruined me! Stole from me!”
Grabbing the gunman by the collar and pulling him in close, Superman says, “The only person responsible for the blackness smothering your soul — is you!”
Police arrive, and Superman hands over the gunman and tells officers to make sure the victims are “safe and cared for.” An officer responds, “Anything you say, Superman!”
The moment comes just one week after President Donald Trump made the controversial announcement that he was ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy put in place by former President Barack Obama. He then gave Congress a window to save the program.
Still, the decision was decried by politicians, civil groups and celebrities alike. Nearly 800,000 individuals, known as Dreamers, have received protection to stay in the country through the program.
In addition to the DACA announcement, Trump was also slammed for comments he made just a few weeks prior when he appeared to be defending a group of white nationalists holding a rally in Charlottesville, Va., at which one protester to the rally was killed and numerous others injured.
Action Comics #987 is by Dan Jurgens, Viktor Bogdanovic, Jonathan Glapion, Jay Leisten and Mike Spicer.
Hollywood and almost the entire entertainment industry needs to be destroyed. We can’t escape their moronic, shallow virtue signaling. Meanwhile, real people die because of Hollywood.
The new Ironman girl is not just any waddling, obese, loudmouthed, narcissistic black female such as you might encounter on the street. No, the 15 year old is a genius enrolled at MIT. And she’s cute, too.
Don’t you love the injection of reality that the (((comic book industry))) has come up with in this case of political correctness trumps all? Talk about making no sense.
Finally, all of those hundreds of dindu teen girl geniuses get their due.
15-year-old MIT student Riri Williams will take over for Tony Stark in comics universe
The new Iron Man is, well — not a man.
Marvel has revealed that Tony Stark will hand over the supersuit to a 15-year-old African American woman named Riri Williams after the events of the comic book series “Civil War II.”
Williams was recently introduced in the series “Invincible Iron Man.” She is a science whiz who is already enrolled at MIT. She came to Stark’s attention after she designed her own Iron Man-style suit in her dorm.
“One of the things that stuck with me when I was working in Chicago a couple of years ago on a TV show that didn’t end up airing was the amount of chaos and violence,” series writer Brian Michael Bendis told Time, which first reported the news. “And this story of this brilliant, young woman whose life was marred by tragedy that could have easily ended her life–just random street violence–and went off to college was very inspiring to me.
“I thought that was the most modern version of a superhero or superheroine story I had ever heard,” he continued. “And I sat with it for awhile until I had the right character and the right place.”
Robert Downey Jr. currently plays Tony Stark/Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There has long been speculation about what would happen to the character should Downey decide to leave the franchise, however. With Williams coming onto the scene, it could mean a whole new film series down the road.
This change could also mean the abandonment of the character by its current crop of fans.
Aren’t comic books a little too advanced in their reading level for the African primate who walks among us? Financially, this change may not work out well for Marvel comics. But then again, black teens waste hundreds of dollars on a pair of sneakers, so what’s a few bucks spent on comic books featuring a sexy black genius beauty?