Stupid and sad when it devolves into race arguments and hate speechs. My only reason I can think of as to why not to change the ethnicity is for it would make no sense with his back story since he is a twin brother of Sue Storm. Well if they changed Sue ethnicity as well, then it work or just have them adopted maybe? I rather Marvel flesh out the already established black heroes instead of changing ethnicity of other heroes. I want to see Black Panther, Blade (again), Cyborg, John Stewart, War Machine, Storm, Luke Cage, and so on. I think it is sad Marvel can't come up with a good script for these characters and instead have to change other characters... I will say I like Idris Elba as Heimdall and Michael Clarke Duncan as Kingpin (one of the only good things in that Daredevil movie...).MrGalactus said:So yeah,
Michael B Jordan is considering being The Human Torch in the Fantastic Four reboot. Frankly, I think there's no problem here at all. A role, as far as I'm concerned, has nothing to do with the look of the character, but how well the actor can capture or interpret the character, but the comic book community is complaining all over the internet. Seriously, check the comments. It's not good stuff.
What does the Escapist make of this? Do you guys care about the race of a character in an adaptation?