This week, Disney-owned Marvel Comics announced that it will introduce new a variant character into the “Spidey-Verse” – a “gay Spider-Man” with a “fearlessly femme” identity.
According to one of the writers of the Spider-Man comics, Steve Foxe, who announced the new character in a tweet this week, this Spidey variant will be featured in a completely redesigned outfit and will be called “Web Weaver” when he makes his comic book debut in September.
“Something I realized immediately when conceiving Web-Weaver is that he can’t — and shouldn’t — represent ALL gay men. No single character can.”
“His fearlessly femme identity is central to who he is, but it’s not the STORY— which you can experience for yourself in September!”
Foxe also included sketches of what the new character will look like. But, shortly after posting, he made the tweets private and only accessible to his followers.
As usual, Twitter users kept the receipts.
In promotional materials for his debut, Web Weaver is billed as a “very different kind of Spider-Slayer,” who has a “not-so-mild” temperament while working as “a fashion designer” at the fictional company Van Dyne. Similar to the original Peter Parker, Web Weaver will gain spider powers and the comic will catalog his story.
If you’re wondering how in the heck they can create an alternate Spider-Man, the “spider-verse” is part of marvel’s fictional “multiverse,” in which multiple dimensions house the same individuals – with different traits – while existing simultaneously. Therefore, they can make endless variations of Spider-Man, he just exists within another dimension.
In other words, get ready for a bisexual Captain America, a transsexual Thor, a gender-neutral Hulk, etc., as Disney continues to double and triple down on the radical LGBTQ indoctrination of children.
The announcement of a “gay Spider-Man” drew intense criticism online, with critics blasting Disney and Marvel for yet another shameless change to a beloved and established character, especially in the wake of the Buzz Lightyear disaster earlier this month, in which the blockbuster movie failed to go “to infinity and beyond” thanks in no small part to the LGBTQ agenda being laced throughout the children’s movie.
Parents have been truly waking up to what Disney is doing over the past few months, and their business is paying the price. Nevertheless, the company continues to push ahead on the same path, as evidenced by the new Spider-Man.
Somewhat surprisingly, criticism was abundant even from the radical left, with proponents claiming that the way in which Marvel chose to diversify its superhero cast is “tone-deaf” and “stereotypical.” One Twitter user, who is admittedly “all for diversity and representation,” was left scratching his head asking simply: “WTF is this?”
In short, very few – if any – are thrilled about the direction Disney is going when it comes to its content, but it seems to barely matter to the multi-billion dollar media giant.
If one woke project flops, they are just on to the next one.
Get woke, go broke, double down. Wash, rinse, repeat.