New thread shows the vision of Brazil in Marvel Comics

New thread shows the vision of Brazil in Marvel Comics

Our friend FH Lima again took the initiative to make a thread about comics in his profile on Twitter and the target this time is “the vision of Brazil in the comics” gives Marvel.

The first part of the thread involves the origins of two members of the X-Men, Brazilians Roberto da Costa and Iara dos Santos, both full of clichés, including the story of Iara taking place in Recife and the cover of the HQ with a beautiful Christ the Redeemer stamped.

We then took advantage and replicated the same below:

01) Marauders (2020) – Everyone has seen that Brazil has become a non-grateful nation in the new phase of the X-men. The government did not negotiate with the mutant island. In the 4th edition of Krakoa, Kate Pryde’s team invades our country to rescue some mutants. pic.twitter.com/KDsceVYiG9

– FH (@FernaoHenrique) January 15, 2020

What we can see most is how the country is portrayed within the clichés seen outside, as much sun, samba, football and nature, so much so that the origin of Magma is shown in an expedition to the Amazon.

07) Captain Marvel # 6 2019
Captain, Widow and Stranger face Enchanter who transformed RJ into his new Kingdom of Death
There is a scene on the road between SP and RJ
Everything we kill, everything forest…. lol pic.twitter.com/YS1YkbaA5e

– FH (@FernaoHenrique) January 15, 2020

And Rio de Janeiro ends up being the center of attention, where most of the plots, including Magneto # 6 of 2015, X-men Classic # 19 of 1988, Jean Gray # 7 of 2017, Mystique # 13 2004, the latter of which we have Mística traveling from Rio de Janeiro to Belo Horizonte, in Minas, by train.

We look forward to more threads from our friend.

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