Jungle Action: “Ta-Nehisi Coates to Write Black Panther Comic”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer

September 23, 2015

Ta-Nehisi Coates
Ta-Nehisi Coates

Oh Great.

That Black terrorist guy is going to write your Marvel comics for you now.

New York Times:

Ta-Nehisi Coates can be identified in many ways: as a national correspondent for The Atlantic, as an author and, as of this month, as a nominee for the National Book Award’s nonfiction prize. But Mr. Coates also has a not-so-secret identity, as evidenced by some of his Atlantic blog posts and his Twitter feed: Marvel Comics superfan.

So it seems only natural that Marvel has asked Mr. Coates to take on a new Black Panther series set to begin next spring. Writing for that comics publisher is a childhood dream that, despite the seeming incongruity, came about thanks to his day job. “The Atlantic is a pretty diverse place in terms of interest, but there are no comics nerds,” besides himself, Mr. Coates said in an interview.

I told you comic-fags if you didn’t have a gamergate, there was no point at which these people would stop.

You didn’t listen.

All you had to do was listen.

Black Pather was originally an anti-hero like the Punisher who would specialize in catching White female criminals for things like shop-lifting make-up and then rape them as punishment.
Black Pather was originally an anti-hero like the Punisher who would specialize in catching White female criminals for things like shop-lifting make-up and then rape them as punishment.

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