– Jul 12, 2021 – 02:41:10 PM
Some comic book movie fans have repeatedly shown that they can be a tough nut to crack. From complaints that the essence of the character is not respected, to claims for changes in history, sex or ethnicity. For them the comic must be respected as it is, but for James Gunn, This is not the case.
James Gunn is the director of both volumes of Guardians of the Galaxy and will soon release his new movie, The Suicide Squad, based on the popular and fast-moving team of DC supervillains. The director recently shared on Twitter that he disagrees that all comic book decisions are the best.
James Gunn’s sarcastic tweet
James Gunn recently commented on Twitter that he was happy with the most recent episode of Loki where he makes an appearance helicopter Thanos which has a ridiculous origin from the comics. Given this, a user asked him if he believed that all the decisions in the comics were good.
James Gunn he replied with another sarcastic tweet where he says: ‘Yes, every decision in the comics is always a good decision. One of the best parts of reading comics is that they have never made a mistake in life.‘. The tweet is accompanied by images showing Lois lane talking about what ‘a robot made him last night‘ already Godzilla playing basketball with everything and tennis to suit you.
Of course, his followers were not far behind and responded to his tweet with more examples of questionable events that have happened in the comics. As a very stereotypical representation of a Chinese villain or a Shazam using the infamous ‘blackface’.
It seems that even the comics themselves have made their own bad decisions. And James Gunn’s tweet served as a ‘Pandora’s box’ to disprove all those who believe that the comic should be immovable and unquestionable. Even many of the changes that ‘fans’ are currently complaining about, you can see that they even have their origin in the comics. In addition, a totally faithful adaptation, would put aside the surprise factor necessary to keep the audience in their seats.
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