November 13, 2018
He was 95 years old. How do these Jews live so long, while remaining weak and sickly the whole time?
I’ve been sick and tired of Jew Hollywood’s constant stream of shitty superhero movies – they’re pumping out like, 3 of these every year now. And they’re almost all awful.
If there’s one person that can be blamed for this debacle, over almost anyone else, it’s Stan Lee of Marvel comics.
A Jew, of course.
He’s the one who created most of these characters. Some have gotten good stories over the years, but that’s mostly down to gentile writers doing their own spin on things.
And obviously, the original stories he created in the sixties were nowhere near as kiked as what Disney is putting out in these horrible films – just to be fair to the man, these were white characters doing heroic white things.
But his career’s constant is to put a Jewish twist on the superhero genre, and sell that to young goyim.
Stan Lee, a writer and editor often credited with helping American comics grow up by redefining the notion of a superhero, including the self-doubting Spider-Man, the bickering Fantastic Four, the swaggering Iron Man and the raging Incredible Hulk, died Nov. 12 at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 95.
Jews are always out there “deconstructing” and “redefining” things, aren’t they? Also: “subverting our expectations.”
What’s wrong with our expectations, kikes? Why do they all need to be subverted?
An attorney for Mr. Lee’s daughter confirmed the death in a statement. The cause was not immediately available.
Mr. Lee’s name became synonymous with the company that would become Marvel Comics, which he joined as a teenage assistant and stayed with for much of his adult life.
After toiling in comics for 20 years as a self-described hack, on the verge of quitting the business, he was ordered by his boss to emulate a line of superheroes done by rival DC Comics. Mr. Lee’s full-color, morally complex heroes helped foster a revival in a largely moribund profession.
Comics had entered a dark age after Senate hearings in the early 1950s that condemned the trade for contributing to juvenile delinquency. What followed was a comics code to monitor standards and ban content deemed immoral and unsuitable for children.
Enforcing morals and protecting children?
Can’t have that, now, can we?
In the ’60s, Mr. Lee took a distinctly new approach to characters and setting, as well as to the very interaction with readers who had grown used to comics that were aimed solely at a younger audience and that featured flawless, square-jawed heroes who had uncomplicated morals.
In other words, heroes that were actual heroes and represented good role models for the youth. That just wasn’t interesting enough for Jews.
Michael Chabon, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the comic-book-themed novel “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay,” said in an interview that Mr. Lee’s best-known characters were “vain, pompous, conceited. . . . Everything that works in comic books today is indebted to him for that.”
“There’s no question that Stan and the innovations he came up with saved the comic book and the superhero,” Tom Brevoort, Marvel’s senior vice president of publishing, told The Washington Post in 2011. “By crafting characters with feet of clay and personal problems — and not writing down to an audience that was perceived to be primarily 8-year-olds — Stan opened the doorway for more sophisticated and interesting treatments of any subject matter in comics. He made comics interesting and relevant and fun again.”
Lee told The Post in 2012: “All of our characters were freaks in their own way. The greatest example was with X-Men — they were hated because they were different. The idea I had, the underlying theme, was that just because somebody is different doesn’t make them better. . . . That seems to be the worst thing in human nature.”
X-Men was always as Jewish as it gets.
The adventures of Super-Jewess.
The whole X-Men story is basically how a persecuted minority saves an ungrateful majority and are actually more noble and selfless than anyone else.
They’re a Jew self-insert into goyim society, who are the filthy non-mutants in the story.
The traditional European hero is a strong, willful man fighting for his people and for glory. Our heroes are kings, demigods, saints, conquerors – or some mix of these. Not persecuted minorities living among foreigners.
Just look at Lord of the Rings. All of the heroes in that book are nobles – even Frodo is from an aristocratic family among the Hobbits. The other Hobbits are basically his squires.
These modern superheroes are a totally Jewish concept, and they push Jewish themes and morals. Yes, of course some gentiles have produced quality work using the same characters over the years. But the Jewish influence over the medium has been one of moral degradation.