Is there an opportunity for superheroes to have the power to control our thoughts? Why would it? How could it? If it’s true it’s terrifying. Right? In fantasy land, Thor is a God who is good for humanity. The Hulk gets angry to get stronger to destroy things to laugh about his madness. Iron Man is a billionaire and genius to display power for social justice. But the funny thing is… it’s all in la-la land or is it?
So what would it be like to add another superhero to the avengers? (Like we really need another one)! The storyline starts like this, “Hello Dodo I’m Thor, it’s a pleasure to meet you. I’m the god of thunder.” As I am sitting on my throne I answered Thor by opening my mouth to speak to everyone, “From the beginning, I hate false gods.”
The Hulk smirks right away and raises his voice and shouts, “I don’t like what you’re saying! And when I don’t like something I get angry! And when I get angry I get stronger! You don’t want to see me when I’m angry!” And I said to him, “You’re the god of anger. No one should be friends with someone given to anger”.
Having a different opinion against my thoughts Captain American tells me, “What your saying makes sense to you. But here, I include everyone.” As I turned to look directly at Captian America, I answered him, “You’re a self-righteous god.”
So Curiously but Cautiously, Iron Man says to me, “Let me ask you a question, what’s your super-power? I told him, “One hopelessly behind the times seeing as I Am.”
“In the beginning Marvel created the Bullpen and the Style. And the Bullpen was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the Artists. And the Spirit of Marvel said, Let there be The Fantastic Four. And there was The Fantastic Four. And Marvel saw The Fantastic Four. And it was good.” ~ Stan Lee
It’s a New Day: Shenanigans – “Save the World”
Comic books inspire a world of propaganda with skin-tight clothing fantasizing on the ideas of sex & violence. Let us not forget how the world is mentally ill and requires a superhero to save us from a tragic death. Oh, there’s no need to worry, there’s a bunch of weirdos to save the world tomorrow over and over again and again. So who’s the hero today? …Latte-da! Right? Hold on a second, didn’t marvel comics create a series of Bible tales? So it can’t all be bad or could it? What am I suppose to do? Throw away every marvel shenanigan I own into a bonfire? All Righty Then! I’ll Burn it! But I can’t! My brain just farted. I don’t know what a shenanigan looks like.
Marvel’s first movie with an Asian lead character is moving forward. His name is Kim Jong-un AKA “Rocket Man”. He’s nice & cool. No wonder people worship him. His superpower is in his charm. You love him. When rocket man uses his superpower you see him as “Pussycat” (by marvel comics). He’s impossible to resist. Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are seduced the first moment they meet Pussycat.
No one knows anything about Pussycats undercover secret mission. It’s to get all of the world’s nuclear missiles into his control. To stay in control he transforms into an illusion to look like any women in the marvel swimsuit issue. Trump and Putin are wooed into giving away all of their missile codes. And the only way to save the world from the Americans and Communists is to obtain a new world order.
But with a great superpower, there’s a great superpower weakness. Rocketman launches all of the missiles into the ocean. The world is safe once again.
Pop Culture(s) Freak Show: Magic Monster
I like to welcome you to the Supergod(s)! “We use super hero’s to get our moral code, and Pop Culture is our new Mtyhlogoy. What a crazy power that any of us wield. It’s like doing an ongoing series of the Bible. Our Moral Code. As Diehard Fans = “Followers” (Disciples) you’re loyal and have an intense Love & Hate of new ideas in mythology. It’s our religion of how we act and what to believe.”
Grant Morrison is a well-known storyteller who uses off the wall ways to create comic books. His idea is to personally insert himself into the comic book(s). It’s Called: Fiction Suit. It allows personal interaction as a character or superhero having the same experiences of the character(s) in the superhero comic(s). “You don’t know which is the reality and which is not.” So What Happens? “Weird Happens. It’s given to you.”
“If I had a transvestite witch character, then I had to become a transvestite witch and see what that felt like. I had to summon my inner Mexican gods, and deal with them and see what they look like and copy what they had to say. Same goes for Voodoo. I’m writing a charter Jim Crow who’s a Voodoo trip-hop artist so I have to try Voodoo. I found myself dealing with these scorpion gods.”How this all started is when “I decided to treat John Lennon as a god. I did ceremonial magic. I test these techniques. I see that they can conjuror things that look like images of demons and gods. I conjured John Lennon the way you would conjure a mid-evil demon or god.”
Now “It’s not fiction, It’s semi-autobiography work.” “You’re the Supergod! You’re the Superhero!” It’s “Lasting & Potent” as New Age Mystics hijack realities (magic) with feelings for it to be actually real. It’s no longer brainless entertainment. It’s a cleverly packaged pandora’s box. To offer you “the” personal experience. A mass media delivery of Supergods = Superheroes to sell idolatry via entertainment. I want you to Cheer (praise) for the Supergods! I want you to be Like (identity) the Supergods!
***Grant Morrison is a spiritualist. (Psychedelic Mysticism). Spiritual Lessons on Life. Occultist
Did you know?
House of Gods: Marvel Gods
Do you remember the supervillain Thanos in Avengers Infinity War?!? It’s a simple letter change of Thanatos! Thanatos >to> Thanos. “Thanatos was the Greek god of nonviolent deaths. His name literally translates to “death” in Greek.”
I See Marvel, I See gods:
god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god dies, god comes back to life, god dies, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god,
The End, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god, god…
I “Dreamed up Thor years ago because I wanted to create the biggest, most powerful superhero of all and I figured who can be bigger than a god?” Lee says of his idea for his God of Thunder, “I chose the Norse gods,” Lee adds, “because I felt people were less familiar with them than with the Greek and Roman gods.”
XXX($) Bread ‘n’ Butter i($) Marvel Comic($)
Marvel Comics continued to thrive and exist but it wasn’t from the single sales of comic books. They were just apart of a parent company called Magazine Management. “The big sellers were the men’s magazines; the mildly smutty action-adventure titles like Stag, Male, For Men Only, Men’s World, Bachelor* and Swank*.” They go from Pin-ups to Porn. The magazine Bachelor became Pornographic, For Men Only transitioned to porn, Male became porn, Stag transitioned to porn, and Swank = Porn. (Extra*)
How about Marvel comics? They would never produce any type of pornography… no noo nooo. Or would they? It’s Marvel! Can you hear it? The background music is twerking 21 minutes of a hip-hop Marvel booty cinematic soundtrack. I’ve intentionally uncensored Marvel comics pornography images in Supreme Power: Hyperion “Art Work.”
Parental Advisory: Explicit Content.
♫ (TOOT) (TOOT) Twerk, Girl I Wanna See You Twerk. ♪♩♪
*Bonus: Learn how Jim Starlin was inspired to create the Marvel character Gamora
The University of Marvel Comics
“The following cover sees She-Hulk embarrassed, using a newspaper emblazoned with ‘APPROVED C.C.A.’ to cover her nakedness. A spotlight shines down on her, an outstretched hand, presumably belonging to the writer, offers a skipping rope urging her to ‘quit stalling’. She-Hulk, as a respected heroine and lawyer, complains about being forced to perform such an act simply because of a joke. The image of a woman being forced to perform a sexual act by a masculine voice is truly disturbing.”
“The comic remains incredibly sexualized, objectified and degrading. In this issue She-Hulk is drawn stripping for the reader, begging them to purchase the comic. She-Hulk is defined by the masculine as she is a product of a male-mind and an industry obsessed with objectifying female characters. What occurs in She-Hulk is the creation of a comic and a character crafted to please the male gaze to inspire the imagination of the predominant male audience.”
“Representations like this transform women into sexual objects. Not just in regard to the objectification of women, but to comics as the medium through which this transformation may occur. She-Hulk slept with everyone. Sex was no longer merely a selling point. It defined She-Hulk’s character. Readers are taught to desire her, and women taught to wish to be like her.”
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“When a feminist discourse is included within rights, women are forced to become monstrous to morph into the accepted norm. Monstrous feminism explains the paradoxes which define She-Hulk; she is the perpetually abnormal which is continually seeking to be a part of the normal. She-Hulk redefines the law.”
“Women balance the costs and benefits of utilizing the law to remedy a dispute as ‘it may not be the best resource available’. To She-Hulk, whose best resource is surely her superhuman form, it is brute force that becomes her greatest tool when the legal system fails her. Monstrous ethics is focused on using power to create influence. It is no wonder that She-Hulk resorts to monstrous force. It is her best way to influence outcomes in contrast to the law.”
“The clearest articulation of monstrous ethics was not that which was good or evil. It’s ‘a question of power’ focused on enhancing the capacity to influence others.”
“She-Hulk blurs the lines between advocate and judge. She becomes above the law itself. ‘As Jenny, I always fought for justice with everything I could muster! But I kept to the letter of the law because I cared about the law! As the She-Hulk I made myself the law!’”
Stan Lee: What the Man Behind Marvel Wants You to Believe!
In a survey, Lee was asked, “Is there a God?” Stan said, “Well, let me put it this way… [Pauses.] No, I’m not going to try to be clever. I really don’t know. I just don’t know.” So wasn’t that Lees struggle?!? Isn’t the real question to ask, “Which god is it? You made an awful lot of them (SuperHeros)… seeing as you really love them.”
Whether you know it or not, Marvel openly uses various pseudo-scripture references injected into their stories. And, it’s not like it’s a secret. Stan Lee says, I “read the Bible” and loved “the phraseology,” all those “Thous and Doths and Begets,” which were “definitely in my mind when I was writing things like Thor.” More than a little phraseology crept into Spider-Man. When Peter Parker’s Uncle Ben tells him “with great power comes great responsibility,” he’s paraphrasing Acts 4:33 (“And with great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus”) And Luke 12:48 (“From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded“) And the whole tragic twist of Lee’s Silver Age superheroes—that superpowers are both a blessing and a curse—comes down to one word from Job 1:5, “barak,” which can be translated either “blessing” or “curse.”
“In his most personal and revealing work, legendary Marvel Comics impresario STAN LEE bares his soul in GOD WOKE, his story-poem pondering the nature of God, religion, humanity… for what we are, what we’ve lost and what we may yet regain.”
As the Creator, the Father, and the God of the Marvel Universe, Stan Lee tells us, “For years, kids have been asking me what’s the greatest superpower. I always say luck. If you’re lucky, everything works. I’ve been lucky.”
Just what kind of freak show is this? We have old gods, new gods, and more gods. A whole bunch of gods chasing after us. Now I just need a little bit of help. Could someone please go tell Stan Lee to wake up! The gods come back from the dead to come alive through Marvel. Isn’t that what Marvel is peddling? A distraction of it is what it isn’t. To be something for everybody.
All Roads Lead To Rome
Isn’t it completely harmless to create a statue of a Marvel God? It’s only make-believe, right? But now what have we got here? A statue of Iron Man inside of Italy!?! Take a look! He’s effectively re-branded by the Sculptor and Designer Daniele Basso. It’s to be the statue of a god of who I am. Here’s another way to look at it. Is Iron Man the “god of man” to “believe in myself?”
***Iron man in Forte dei Mare, Italy.
“It’s all in the Armor to invoke a false sense of godhood. The false god that tells us that to wield technology is to be a god amongst mortals.” Without it, you’re a weakling. With it, you’re a unique expression of yourself. What’s misleading is the armor you really require is the armor that is placed inside of you.
Italy isn’t the only place to find a god. Wouldn’t we laugh at anyone who thinks god is a twig? You even have people who have statutes of iron man inside their homes. But instead of calling the statue a god the name of collector is used instead. As a collector, you can’t think I’m crazy. Then again, could a collector also be called a god Collector? The funny thing is the guy who thinks the twig is god… knows exactly what he is doing. So who’s crazy?
As I explore the poetic mind of Thanos’ intellect, I find this… “Reality is often disappointing. That is, it was. Now, reality can be whatever I want.” The stories of emotions enter our reality. We take it and assume it’s true. If “You’re not the only one cursed with knowledge” what do you think the outcome will be? Is Thanos’ heart genuine for sharing a new way of life? If it’s not, do you wish he was dead? If so, would it make you a MURDERER?!?
Something to Marvel About…
- Comix Book was published without Marvel’s logo. It allowed nudity, profanities, and the usual sex-and-drug horseplay.
- Mystery Tales is “shudder pulp” or as a contemporary might call it, “torture porn.” “Mystery Tales” and “Marvel Tales” are created by the same company.
- A “nudie-cutie” comic called The Adventures of Pussycat, which made its debut in the pages of Male in 1965.
- Supreme Power Issue 10 page 11, Supreme Power Issue 11 page 13, Supreme Power Issue 17 page 18
- In 1975, Stan Lee teamed up with John Romita Sr. to pitch a pornographic comic strip to Playboy magazine.
- Spider-Man kills Mary Jane with radioactive sperm.
- Marvel comics, through corporate sibling, Curtis publications, established the MARVEL MONSTERS GROUP & published a series of black & white horror mags with stronger profanity, violence & nudity.
wHeRe ArE hEr OrGaNs? The Sexulizing of Captain Marvel
*Captian Marvel Tomorrow: She’ll be nude…
- Where are her organs? It’s a valid question, honestly. If you see it as a sexual object, why is there a need for organs? Rrrrright?!? Her organs would be in her boobs.
- So is there a difference between fiction and reality? As a fictional character (Zeus god type) it’s made into reality. So is this really a problem?
- Well, let’s see… If you normalize a sexual object it’s called fiction, it’s art, it’s fantasy. And you’ll say, “if you don’t like it, don’t look at it.” Comic book art is a lot of the time about exaggerated anatomy and poses. So, you’ll say it’s not real.
- Is your vision ok? I see her organs. I can definitely see her organs.
- “Comic books are always accused of sexualizing women and idealizing women, but the truth is we sexualized everybody.” – DeFalco.