remember that time the mcu had a complex, multi-faceted, morally ambiguous poc character steeped in social allegory and the fandom reduced him to ‘motherfucker’ jokes and pulp fiction references
'Steeped'? One random story in an elevator does not make him steeped. It's Marvel Comics fans. Do you really expect them to analyse and appreciate complex characters?
It’s super hero stories for kids.
okay i’m not going to touch the random story comment because you don’t seem to understand how backstories and characterization work so MOVING ON FROM THAT
captain america may be a superhero story, but it sure as hell isn’t for kids. winter soldier had a rating of PG-13 in north america, and for good reason: it was extremely violent in places, with dozens of onscreen deaths, including a man shooting his housekeeper in cold blood. but for the sake of an argument, i’ll go along with your theory and say it’s for kids. why, then, is it okay for children to see innocent men and women getting popped off and dropping like flies, but it isn’t okay for the adult audience to engage in a discussion about the fandom’s treatment of the characters?
i’ve seen the comments you leave on every single post you reblog, invalidating people’s opinions and derailing conversations to shift blame away from yourself, and i want to tell you now that you aren’t changing a single person’s mind. all you’re doing is showcasing your entitlement and highlighting your ignorance. if you insist on starting arguments on subjects you know nothing about, please do it on someone else’s blog.