Monday, July 23, 2012

Seeking revenge, author of gay Green Lantern will give Brazilian boyfriend to his hero


Seeking revenge, author of gay Green Lantern will give Brazilian boyfriend to his hero

By Julio Severo
DC Comics writer James Robinson declared that he has received many messages criticizing him for having homosexualized the original Green Lantern, Alan Scott, who now is forced to be a homosexual. The strongest opposition, the bitter scriptwriter says, came from Brazil.
James Robinson: seeking revenge from Brazilian fans of Green Lantern
“The most hostile criticism I’ve received was hostile tweets from Brazil. I had been out and the next morning I was like ‘all right, my liver is murdering me’ and someone was like, ‘your liver is punishing you for what you did to Green Lantern,’” said Robinson according to CBR.
“So, just out of spite, when Alan Scott can love again the man in his life is going to be Brazilian,” decided the writer, who is unwilling to accept criticsm from the Brazilian public.
Although newspapers have not specified any Brazilian name from the criticism the scriptwriter received, Blog Julio Severo, in in Portuguese and English, launched an article so soon as news came from gay activists that DC Comics is succumbing to their stubborn demands. The articles against the homosexualization of the hero are these:
If the Brazilian public keeps annoying the American, he will eventually create for his homosexualized hero a harem of Brazilian gays.

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