I like certain things because of the way they are, and all I really ask is that they stay true to what they are. But fine, changing the race, and look, of a character to the point where visually it is unrecognizable? Maybe, if the movie turned out good. And sure, they have no need to capitulate to my tastes nor would I ask them too, unlike certain groups of people , it would be nice if they just…respected their own material and made stuff true to it. Thor takes her down in close combat pretty easily though her powers do tend to make getting there a Hel of a challenge. A deep generational delusion has since persisted -allowing them to believe they are defying a system of social rules long since. Now, do not get me wrong, that sounds like a fucking awesome story and potentially an awesome set of powers for a villain.
Hel is my patron goddess, Queen of the realm I serve, and my wife and waifu, lol. In Americas capitalist system, normies have been adapted to consume whats easily attainable with little to no resistance. . As their majority cultural definitions are rooted in shallow concepts and fads that soon expire they're often then called old. It drew a certain type of person together in groups, and it gave us all a place to just chill out and relax, to enjoy the things we thought were awesome without everyone else trying to make it suit their tastes. And when they announced she was being played by Cate Blanchett, while again not my first choice, it was still an excellent choice which I could fully go for. Now, do not get me wrong.
Well, turns out the black girl on the cover is Valkyrie. So, needless to say, when I heard there was going to be a 3rd Thor movie, I was pretty happy. Not, I have generally enjoyed the Marvel movies and I actually liked the two Thor movies that have come out. And I actually bought them, which is kind of rare for me and movies. See, the Thor movies have generally stayed pretty close to the Comics. And there was an explosion of dark, gritty, violent, and sexy comics.
Which, really, just further ostracizes the fans of the original characters. And sure, Heimdall went from being white to being black still…not sure how I feel about that , but Idris did a spectacular job of making him a bad ass guardian regardless, so all was mostly forgiven. I mean, look at dis: Awesome. The sky was the limit, and it was absolute freedom of creation. Join 262 other followers Follow Lady Hel Sparkling Generation Valkyrie Yuuki The Versatile Blogger Liebster Award Lovely Blog Award. They will often try to discredit out cultures or choices falling outside of their majority think claiming those of other dispositions are mentally ill or with reality.
Most normies don't believe they are so. There was no way I was not going to get hyped about Hel showing up in the Thor movies. Which ultimately leaves me feeling like a native wanting the gods damned invaders to get the fuck out of my country. So anything with Hel automatically gets my interest. This group can easily be to suit virtually any desired value system. Hela, apparently, is not the Goddess of Death in this movie. By perspective normies of would have been the social outcasts of the uber conformist 50s.
Or as close to absolute freedom of creation as had existed since people tried to kill the comics industry back around the 50s. Which…I suppose is a problem I keep running into over, and over, and over again. I suppose I can deal with that. When I heard Hel was going to be in it, well… I mean, seriously. Sure, the Dark Elves went from being what they were in the comics to discount Dr.
So…why am I not happy about Valkyrie showing up in the movie? Because doubles standards based on race is racism. In the Comics, Hela rules over Helheim, and she takes possession of the Dead. While I will admit they were by no means perfect what is? Therefore all that has been perceived to be by their peers then is accepted. Well…this is what she looks like in the comics: So…yeah. Who villains still cool and Malekith went from being half blue and half blue looking remarkably like Hel does in the lore to being just all pale, but these were tolerable changes that fit the way the movies were working.
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