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Marvel’s Executive Editor Offers Consolation As Fans Mourn Cancellations

Despite the positive spin from one of Marvel’s more vocal executives, Bleeding Cool notes that ending 2017 with a string of cancelled high profile titles that mainly featured female protagonists and people of color “is not a great look” for a company that earlier in the year blamed a sales slump on the growing ethnic and gender diversity of its characters.

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In the same Bleeding Cool post, blogger Joe Glass does offer one positive sentiment in regard to what he previously called a “bloodbath”:

“Personally, I hope Marvel will replace these titles with equally diverse and representative titles and creators, and push even further perhaps. I hope…”

 

He also states:

“…after all, Marvel is still putting out titles such as Ms. Marvel and Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur —diverse, representative titles for audiences sorely under-represented in the medium.”

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Despite Brevoort’s personal tweet, Marvel has yet to officially comment on any of its March Solicitations as of the writing of this post.

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