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    There’s also Pathway, whom I recall had autism (Alpha Flight #114, November 1992).


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    Quote Originally Posted by G. Boney View Post
    Totally unfamiliar with this character. I had the first few issue of Silver Sable's book but didn't keep up with it. It would be interesting to see this character revived...hopefully with a better codename lol.
    It's not particularly easy to come up with names for light powered characters, is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    I wish Lightbright appeared more often. She was pretty cool in a way that reminded me of Storm, but also felt distinct (Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #21, February 1994).

    The dialogue of those evildoers truly displays their.....evilness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    There’s also Pathway, whom I recall had autism (Alpha Flight #114, November 1992).

    She used to be called Goblyn or her sister was. She had a monstrously mutated twin sister that lives in that gateway dimension that she could call on when in peril.

    The monstrous twin had lived her entire life in that alt dimension which is why she couldn't talk at first. And since she looked like a blue BEM nobody realized back then it was actually Laura's sister.

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    Made a list of the most frequently appearing black female heroes/allies in Marvel comics last year actually. Might as well post it here: https://comicvine.gamespot.com/profi...esallie/77687/

    1. Storm - 1,897 appearances

    2. Spectrum - 491 appearances

    3. Misty Knight - 355 appearances

    4. M - 281 appearances

    5. Glory Grant - 192 appearances

    6. Oya - 155 appearances

    7. Frenzy - 133 appearances

    8. Shuri - 133 appearances

    9. Ironheart - 123 appearances

    10. Silhouette - 115 appearances

    11. Bling! - 114 appearances

    12. Moon Girl - 104 appearances

    13. Cecilia Reyes - 99 appearances

    14. Davida Kirby - 99 appearances

    15. Queen Mother - 79 appearances

    16. Heather McDaniel Hudson - 78 appearances

    17. Nancy Whitehead - 67 appearances

    18. Emily Preston - 65 appearances

    19. Nightshade - 65 appearances

    20. Shard - 61 appearances

    21. Okoye - 60 appearances

    22. Angel Salvadore - 56 appearances

    23. Claire Temple - 52 appearances

    24. Stevie Hunter - 50 appearances

    25. Onome - 49 appearances

    26. Pathway - 45 appearances

    27. Krystalin - 43 appearances

    28. Cipher - 42 appearances

    29. Queen Divine Justice - 40 appearances

    30. Charlotte Jones - 39 appearances

    31. Aneka - 37 appearances

    32. Friction - 37 appearances

    33. Gena Landers - 37 appearances

    34. Melita Garner - 37 appearances

    35. Network Nina - 37 appearances

    36. Carrie Alexander - 34 appearances

    37. Venus Dee Milo - 34 appearances

    38. Tempo - 31 appearances

    39. Debrii - 28 appearances

    40. Tamara Devoux - 27 appearances

    41. Alloy - 26 appearances

    42. Murmur - 25 appearances

    43. Charmer - 23 appearances

    44. Detective Rebecca Nales - 23 appearances

    45. Louise Hastings - 23 appearances

    46. Tara Tam - 23 appearances

    47. Cuckoo - 22 appearances

    48. Mary Mahajan - 22 appearances

    49. Sun Girl - 21 appearances

    50. Jackie McGee - 18 appearances

    51. Breeze James - 17 appearances

    52. Gorilla Girl - 17 appearances

    53. Priya Aggarwal - 17 appearances

    54. Twilight - 17 appearances

    55. Anesthesia Jones - 16 appearances

    56. Detective Sykes - 16 appearances

    57. Katherine Glover - 16 appearances

    58. Lashayla Smith - 16 appearances

    59. Taina Miranda - 16 appearances

    60. Tante Mattie - 16 appearances

    61. Zephyr - 16 appearances

    62. Ladyhawk - 15 appearances

    63. Glenda Sandoval - 14 appearances

    64. Longstrike - 14 appearances

    65. Adept - 13 appearances

    66. Decay - 13 appearances

    67. Foxfire - 13 appearances

    68. Hub - 13 appearances

    69. Kymera - 13 appearances

    70. Lightbright - 13 appearances

    71. Fantomelle - 12 appearances

    72. Pinch - 12 appearances

    73. Aliyah Bishop - 11 appearances

    74. Meteorite - 11 appearances

    75. Playback - 11 appearances

    76. Silencer - 11 appearances

    77. Becka Munroe - 10 appearances

    78. Cassandra Locke - 10 appearances

    79. Ivory - 10 appearances

    80. Jubulile van Scotter - 10 appearances

    81. Nina the Conjuror - 10 appearances

    82. No-Name - 10 appearances
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic Vega View Post
    And since she looked like a blue BEM nobody realized back then it was actually Laura's sister.
    What is a BEM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by G. Boney View Post
    What is a BEM?
    Bug Eyed Monster or B.E.M.

    That's a pretty old and obscure Science Fiction speak term, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    There’s also Pathway, whom I recall had autism (Alpha Flight #114, November 1992).

    A character on the autism spectrum? You have my interest

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    This has been all over social media the last couple of days. But I didn't even know that the man was a Marvel employee until Mahmud Asrar shared it.

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    Shaun King Keeps Raising Money, and Questions About Where It Goes

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/shaun-...here-it-goes-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electricmastro View Post
    Made a list of the most frequently appearing black female heroes/allies in Marvel comics last year actually. Might as well post it here: https://comicvine.gamespot.com/profi...esallie/77687/
    Thanks for the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    This has been all over social media the last couple of days. But I didn't even know that the man was a Marvel employee until Mahmud Asrar shared it.
    His sister is the current writer of Omni at Hummionads (Waid's comic book Romany).

    He also did Star Trek Academy that introduced Star Trek's first openly gay character-at least in comics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Z View Post
    Shaun King Keeps Raising Money, and Questions About Where It Goes

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/shaun-...here-it-goes-3
    And that is why I can't stand guys like Shawn King.

    Too many fake woke folks using dead black men or black misery to benefit themselves.

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    I’m really shook by the death of George Floyd. It’s like..how can this be happening.

    I recall writing about just how the US is a hotbed of racist ideology and it’s becoming clearer by the day that a lot of people have become desensitized towards seeing black people die. It clearly means nothing to a lot of non-black people. Every single time an innocent black person gets killed, you see folks rush to defend the killer and smear the victim...except in this case we can see a full grown man place his entire body on another man’s neck for 9 minutes. Imagine calling for help and protection from those that are meant to serve and protect.

    Seriously, the “gangs in blue” effect in the police force is real and it’s high time something is done about this. Police brutality is a real problem in minority communities and it seems to be never ending because a lot of non-minorities turn a blind eye towards it (so much so that you have people compare being triggered on twitter to the real horrors that black people face in the US on a daily basis).

    I’m legit scared for my family because being in the wrong place at the wrong time could amount to a death sentence.
    "Obviously not all conservatives are racists/bigots but all racists/bigots claim to be conservative"- Unknown

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