What people actually mean when they say they want “non-political” comics like when they were kids is that they’re devastated to have woken up one day as an adult, read a comic book, and realized they’d grown up to become the kind of person their childhood hero punches in the face
— Andy Khouri (@andykhouri) March 6, 2019
Whoever decided Captain Marvel's release date should coincide with #IWD deserves a bonus for top tier trolling of the misogynist manbabies.
— Danielle Blake (@abradacabla) March 8, 2019
We are SJWs and we leave the house. https://t.co/bcVK8YhgUJ
— Schooley (@Rschooley) March 10, 2019
Director of FANTASTIC FOUR ?? pic.twitter.com/hKea0bQjK5
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) March 10, 2019
Elsewhere: Engage, Magic Lasso of Truth:
On Instagram @GalGadot rebukes @netanyahu: "Love your neighbor like yourself. It's not about right or left, Jew or Arab.. It's about dialogue, talking peace, equality and patience for each other. The responsibility to sow hope and light for a better future for our kids is on us." pic.twitter.com/kRbKsukji8
— Batya Ungar-Sargon (@bungarsargon) March 10, 2019
Per the Washington Post:
… With less than a month to go before Israelis head to the polls on April 9, the long-serving leader [Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu], who is hoping for reelection in a tight race, publicly challenged on Sunday one of the country’s most popular celebrities — model and TV presenter Rotem Sela.
In the process, he seems to have sparked the ire of Israeli actress Gal Gadot — better known as Wonder Woman.
Sela, [whose] face adorns billboards across the country and who appears on Israeli television in one reality show or another almost every night, had aired concerns about the way Israel’s Arab population is being used in a derogatory manner during the campaign…
In his weekly cabinet meeting Sunday, Netanyahu reiterated his message to Sela, stating: “I want to respond to a few people who are confused. The state of Israel is not a nation-state of all its citizens; other minorities have a national representation in other countries.”…
Writing to her 28.2 million followers on Instagram, the “Wonder Woman” actress made clear her support for Sela:
“Loving your neighbor as yourself is not a matter of right-left, Jewish-Arab, secular or religious, it is a matter of dialogue, of dialogue for peace, equality and tolerance for each other,” Gadot wrote in Hebrew. “The responsibility for such hope is on us to create a brighter future for our children. Rotem, my sister, you’re an inspiration for us all.”…