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All I can do is state my case for the character, and maybe they’ll realize over time that that’s not the most progressive thinking. Once Miles hit, and Kamala Khan hit and female Thor hit — there was a part of an audience crawling through the desert looking for an oasis when it came to representation, and now that it’s here, you’ll go online and be greeted with this wave of love.
I think what’s most important is that the character is created in an organic setting.
Now, when you have a young woman come up to you at a signing and say how happy she is to be represented in his universe, you know you’re moving in the right direction. We’re in the middle of a very big Tony Stark storyline — actually three storylines converging.
His best friend died, his company is collapsing and he’s finding out who his biological parents were all at the same time.
I feel awful about this—it's obviously something that he can't help, and it slays me that the universe would be so unjust to such a wonderful person. I see a potential future with him in every other way, but how do I deal with this?
Do women who marry very poorly endowed men end up regretting it?
We never had a meeting saying, “We need to create this character.” It’s inspired by the world around me and not seeing that represented enough in popular culture.
I’m not saying if you criticize you’re a racist, but if someone writes, “Why do we need Riri Williams we already have Miles? They’re individuals just like Captain America and Cyclops are individuals.When you can't feel anything during the act, that's a problem.