How Diversity is Shaping the Future of Superhero Movies

It’s no secret that there’s been a very concerted push across pop culture to embrace and support diversity and representation in pop culture. Specifically comics books and the superhero genre have made it a massive priority to make sure fans can flip through the pages of a Spider Man, Aquaman, or X-men book and feel like they’re being spoken directly to.

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34 thoughts on “How Diversity is Shaping the Future of Superhero Movies

  1. If Zendaya is actually Mary Jane Watson, then I’m gonna be pissed. Not because Zendaya is mixed, but because her character is nothing like MJ.

  2. Not sure but captain marvel had a definite LGBT 🏳️‍🌈 vibe . That relationship with her best friend seems more then friends 👭 could marvel be easing us into a first gay big screen superhero? I know there is buzz in Disney about making Elsa from frozen gay and introducing us to her significant other this fall winter season

  3. Hey. My comment got erased …

    I wrote that I never needed someone to look like me to enjoy comics, video games and movies when I was young in the 90s and I’m Black.

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