Marvel comics recently announced that it will soon introduce a variant character of a gay Spider-Man with a “fearlessly femme” identity.
the writer of one of the Spider-Man comics, tweeted out the name of the gay Spider-Man and some fabulous character costume designs on July 14th. Foxe said, "Something I realized immediately when conceiving Web-Weaver is that he can't — and shouldn't — represent ALL gay men. No single character can.”
Apparently, “Web-Weaver” should not even represent all gay Spider-Men.
Foxe added, "His fearlessly femme identity is central to who he is, but it's not the STORY--- which you can experience for yourself in September!" I’m all atingle.
Web-Weaver is scheduled to make his first appearance in “Edge of the Spider-Verse” #5 in September. Marvel is touting the character as a “not-so-mild mannered fashion designer at Van Dyne” who gets spider-powers and “shows us a very different kind of Spider-Slayer.” Dreamy.
Marvel might not be pushing the envelope far enough here. Think of the possibilities if Web-Weaver was also trans. A fearlessly femme, gay, trans Spider-Man would be awesome! He might have to eat himself after sex. How delicious would that be?! In today’s “cultural climate,” they couldn’t make enough copies to keep up with the demand.
This might engender a surge of newly reimagined super-heroes. Who wouldn’t want to follow the exploits of a polyamorous Batman or a Superman who was secretly addicted to auto-erotica?
Marvel comics, like almost every other entity in America, has been captured by radical progressives. And, while that may be darkly entertaining, it is certainly not funny.