- Jul 30, 2016
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Hughie was a small dude, Plus he was a conspiracy theorist - both of which were part of why he did the things he did.What don’t you like about the casting?
I thought Annie and Homelander were good fits; Huey was a bit of a cypher anyway, and his American analog isn’t bad.
I want to know what happened to Mother’s Milk, and why the breast milk thing was given to Homelander.
Especially in season two, I’m questioning why the villains are the focus, taking up, what, 60-80% of each episode? But that stuff has been really good, so...
The comic had some good bits, but man, was it a mess. Often just a jumble of action and really bad jokes a middle schooler might think was flipping the bird to...whoever. Ive said it before, but it’s probably the most homophobic thing I’ve ever read. It needed an adult gloss on things.
This line of thinking and 'correcting' fictional stories/characters baffles me. It's like the hysteria over the plot of JK Rowling's upcoming book - like we're all totally cool with a book about a serial killer but a trans serial killer is somehow beyond the pale? It's a ridiculous, Mary Whitehouse-esque level of pearl clutching and soft censorship.The book wasn't just homophobic it was racist, but find me a Garth Ennis story that isn't. I don't mind the corrected those parts of the story
Have you read the comic? I’d imagine (hope) the writer is embarrassed. No way Amazon would try to make something racist or homophobic.This line of thinking and 'correcting' fictional stories/characters baffles me. It's like the hysteria over the plot of JK Rowling's upcoming book - like we're all totally cool with a book about a serial killer but a trans serial killer is somehow beyond the pale? It's a ridiculous, Mary Whitehouse-esque level of pearl clutching and soft censorship.
Nope, no interest in comic books.Have you read the comic?
Work of fiction aren't racist or homophobic in and of themselves. The author might be (historically most authors were at one point or another) and the actions/dialogue of characters can certainly be racist/homophobic. Functioning adults don't look to fiction for moral guidance and you cannot start censoring these things out of art while they still exist in society at large.No way Amazon would try to make something racist or homophobic.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn dropped the n-bomb in practically every paragraph. At least that's how I remember it when I read it in HS like 20 years ago.Ok dumbfuck, The Turner Diaries, The Camp of the Saints, and The Birth of a Nation are works of fiction that are explicitly fucking racist.