The on-the-nose stuff was purely intentional, though, and I felt it worked for the issue and what the creators were going for. Just the whole aspect and basis was ridiculous and makes you think just how absurd and stupid a lot of hate can actually be. So it was played for very on-the-nose and funny purposes.
One thing I dig with the writer, though, is him poking fun and issues with the base of the story regarding T'Challa. Storm previously was questioning and making fun of T'Challa wanting to challenge himself and now this issue T'Challa finally deciding to stop trying to do Daredevil's job and do it his way. A lot of critique fans were having are being addressed in a pretty logical way with the story purposes.
Greg, thank you for your insights.Benderbrau:
Greg: Unwrapping the riddles of the black man since 2006Starlord:
I swear if you were gay and I wasn't married we'd make the perfect fuck buddies.Greg:
I'd do many things. Coke is not one of them.Benderbrau:
Greg hates all things white.Benderbrau:
Emma, you could learn a thing or two from Greg. Greg does threesomes. That's bi done right.