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Culture Comic Book News: Issue No. 6

On this issue of The Culture Comic Book News, Old Man Wade is joined by Supa Woke Javi to discuss:

Comic Books we are reading, War of the Realms, the history leading to War of the Realms and Jason Aaron, what we loved and didn’t, Doomsday Clock and…

In the NEWS:

Robert Pattinson as Batman, the article about Joker being a woman in the new movie, more!

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Avengers: Endgame
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Avengers: Endgame Prep: All Marvel Movies in Chronological Order!

If you are a crazy person like me and are also planning on watching every Marvel movie ahead of Avengers: End Game then you are in luck. If you are going to do it, you best come correct and do it in chronological order. I have painstakingly put together this swanky list featuring Marvel movie posters to make this list both easily digestible and purtty. Grab a bags of popcorn or some Popeyes (it’s is the shiznit) and go all Clockwork Orange and binge all of these in a row right now! You’re welcome. You’re ALL WELCOME!

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Killmonger Is Getting His Own Solo Comic Series!

The success of Black PantherĀ in theaters was one of the biggest surprises of the year. Characters like Okoye, Shuri, and M’Baku went from little-known characters to have their own merchandise made after them. The biggest surprise was Erik Killmonger. Michael B. Jordan went in and went well above what people thought he could do in that role. Hashtags like #KillmongerWasRight and #BuryMeInTheOcean flooded twitter for weeks. It was only a matter of time before Marvel capitalized on Killmonger’s popularity and gave him his own comic. That comic will be coming out on December 5th.

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Why Luke Cage Makes a Better Captain America Than Steve Rogers

In 1941, Captain America was introduced to the world. He was the Sentinel of Liberty. A character created to represent the best of America. During a time where racism and sexism were things that weren’t considered issues to the common person, Steve Rogers was a character who was above that. Steve Rogers, the son of two immigrant parents, was always a person who fought for equality. As Rogers evolved, so did the things he represented. Rogers understood that things aren’t so black and white. People deserve second chances and some laws are just wrong (see 2006-2007’s Marvel Comics Civil War) are just a couple of things that Rogers had to come to terms with. Despite how great Steve Rogers is, it’s time for him to pass the mantle of Captain America to someone else.