When Marvel jumped the gender shark…

OK, superhero comics are make-believe and far-fetched. We get it. Still, it’s easy to suspend disbelief for them because they generally parallel evolved societal roles and legacies without exaggerating convenient falsehoods or conjuring fantasy situations that can’t be explained by a simple dose of uniform projection of super-humanism across all swaths the population.

In other words, Marvel, DC, despite the fact they are bullshit stories that we innately know are outside the realm of reality, are still enjoyable because they are bound by logical and consistent archetypal human structures, as spoken for by eras of existing human evolution we can put our fingers on.

Until now.

A bizarre kind of SJW, feminist blend of unlikely female physical ascendance to rule the world has settled like a silt of bovine fecal powder across the creative and sensitized halls of Marvel’s emasculated brain trust because it was announced that this summer, the comic company will unleash a team of female Avengers…all female, and furthermore, one which will lord over our Mother Earth. And what better name than the “A-Force?”

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On the heels of a year that saw advances for female action heroes in comics, TV and film, Marvel Comics is ready to take it to the next level.

The company announced that this summer will see a brand new comic book team of Avengers — replacing all other teams and comprised entirely of women.

It’s a move reminiscent of the X-Men. Their name? The A-Force.

“She-Hulk, Dazzler, Medusa, Nico Minoru and other fan favorites will take charge,” series writer G. Willow Wilson said in a press release.

Rival DC Comics also announced new titles Friday, which included new looks for Black Canary and Starfire.

Marvel made big headlines last year when the title of Thor was transferred to a female character. Both these big announcements came along with much hoopla on ABC’s “The View.”

“A-Force” hits stores in May.

Now who told Marvel it could skew and corrupt the natural harmonies of nature in order to erect a socially conscious story line?

There is no way the world’s females, based purely on physical might, can command humanity. In Marvel’s touchy-feely world where they are as “super-human” as they are in the A-Force, that natural human ratio of might dictates that men, in this A-Force world, will concomitantly be that much stronger than women. But the asymmetrical Marvelian nature dystopia is obviously self-serving tripe meant to meet the strong-woman requirements to which all 21st Century mainstream mass media must numbly submit.

In our modern civilization, women have risen in the ranks due to emotional, verbal and social strength and intelligence because this is the sort of world that gauges might on such technologically-enabled artificial levels. If women decided to attempt some kind of global coup and take up arms, the males of the world would soundly quash such a silly notion.

Thor is, and was, a fantasy, a schoolboy’s diversionary, vicarious empowerment fantasy. But at least Thor was a man.

Apparently, Marvel itself has resorted to superhuman rationalizations because it has seen a way to accommodate such a ludicrous twist of reality in an equally ludicrous medium.

Marvel has seen fit to rewrite the dynamics of biology. There’s nothing like the siren lure of profit and the insidious influence of Disneyhood to pervert logic.