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Hentai Never Dies (FanBrosShow)

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Hentai Never Die? Once again it’s a FanBrosShow and if you don’t understand the phrase then you best not google it. Tatiana King Chico Leo & BenHaMeen are reunited and it feels so good as we discuss Miles Morales being a viable character, what we expect from Civil War and more Peter Parker news. Plus the Geekquently Asked Questions lead Benhameen down a dark hole and This Week In The N Word features everybody’s favorite village idiot Donald Drumph. As well as all the news and reviews you know and love and some exciting news from our friends at Lootcrate!

  • the theme music in Creepshow used to freak me out

  • I’m just now listening to this and unfortunately don’t have a Twitter account to send you my thoughts on Miles Morales, so I figured I’d comment here. I agree with DJ BenHaMeen’s assessment that his role as the official 616 Spider-Man means very little if Peter still has his own title and is the Spidey (for the third time!) in the cinematic universe. That said–not to play devil’s advocate–I can understand why Marvel did this with both Miles and Sam Wilson recently.

    In the past, such as with your Rhodey Iron Man and Wally West Flash examples, the companies based how long they stuck with mantle passes almost solely on whether sales consistently declined after a few months. Now internet overreaction makes the unfounded negative response to change by purists more immediate. So the trial period which allowed drop-offs to gradually be replaced by a new–likely younger–audience is virtually non-existent, especially with lower monthly sales encouraging the Big Two to pander to said purists as their only reliable audience.

    Of course, I also wonder if their stubbornness against counting digital–also likely younger and more diverse–readers among direct market sales is deliberate justification for returning back to the Caucasian well over and over again. It *might* not be white market supremacy as much as it is an excuse to regurgitate content instead of creating, developing and investing in new ideas. Then again, like you said, both Marvel and DC are run by a bunch of old white dudes, so. . .