Target: Where “Exclusive” Means “Excluding Girls”

John Marcotte

John Marcotte

Secret identity of a father raising two super-heroic young girls

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3 Responses

  1. Rene Rosa says:

    Wait, what the hell? Two Iron Man figures in one set? That’s just silly. No thor, Black Widow, Vision, Ant-Man or Wasp, but another Iron Man? lol

    • Chelsea says:

      Rene, you are attempting to replace the 2nd Iron man with another man…well…a cartoon man…but man none-the-less. You argument is invalid.

      • @Chelsea, think about it in a business-wise way: The fact Rene is pointing out, I.E. the fact of TWO Ironmen have NOTHING invalid. Sure, it´s unfair not to give the (statistically) not-so-many ladies of the big A-crew a shot, but the fact of the variations about the same theme/character is plainly silly, also, his list was pretty equal: two males, two females and a neutral-gender character, which is WAY more inclussive than most of consumers or writers does, since the neutral one is not even mentioned or cared about..

        P.S.: “your argument is invalid” is not an argument able to invalidate most of anything. Indeed, it makes you look as a militant fascist