Audience Participation: Working on a script and I need a bit of advice on writing relationships. What makes a relationship between two characters feel real vs. forced? What elements make a relationship feel like the genuine article?
Oh god why did I read the comments on that? Are they intentionally missing the point? Come the fuck on.
You’d think that a well known comic company whose main point to every damn franchise they have WHOULD UNDERSTAND THE IDEA OF WHAT MAKES A HERO. I understand the idea of playing around with Starfire’s character - okay emo period, fine whatever, if you really feel like you must but it makes little fucking sense considering - but the bikini? The look of her? CAN WE PLEASE MAKE SOME FEMALE HEROES THAT ARE NOT MASTURBATORY AIDS WITH LITTLE PLOT/NO PERSONALITY?
Really at this point you may as well make her a walking blow up doll and call it a fucking day.
“My biggest problem is that there is simply no creativity in movies with black casts at all. White people are 12 year old wizards, teens with crushes on vampires and werewolves, fighting blue people, talking fish and toys, and yet the best we get is a movie about the genteel south? Someone please make a movie about two black folks falling in love at a rock concert or a feature film about Storm from X-Men discovering her power, or something, ANYTHING, that goes beyond Black Pain (TM) / White Saviour (TM) movies. Sheesh.”—