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This dude makes a lot off sense espically this part:
We want to tell the best stories with the strongest developed characters and scripts that we can. Our biggest concern is that, in trying to get more characters out there, we rush something that's not ready and we deliver something that's not up to our standards. So it's less about us rushing a character that's diverse to get it out quickly and more about figuring out how to do it right.
The people running Marvel comics right now should take note.

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Makes sense. Its unfortunate that the most popular and developed Marvel characters are white men but in the early days of the MCU the most recognisable characters had the best chance of making money. Now that they've built their brand they can do what they want

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Let's not exaggerate; Ironman and Ant-Man weren't X-Men famous, but they had a significant following, and at least in the case of the former, he had his own cartoon show as late as the 90s before the MCU started.

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Based on the audience reaction, the disposal of the Donald Blake identity (who was essentially amnesiac Thor...) didn't even register... The change from God to "alien with nifty tech" was much more talked about shift... And even then it still wouldn't have created as much controversy as a race change... Or as the comics demonstrated, a sex change...

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