Villainy, heroes, oppressors

About once a week, someone will reblog something we right and say:

“A villain is the hero of their own story” and I will make a grumpy disagreement face. I HATE that phrase. It excuses a guilty conscience for the sake of glorifying the perceived righteousness of action.

The phase SHOULD be: The oppressor is the savior of their own story.

Whether you agree with villainy as your chosen path is irrelevant to the safety one can find in understanding the above.

- atticus

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Marvel’s Native American hero, Red Wolf, is getting his own modern comic series 

For the first time since 1976, Marvel’s first Native American superhero Red Wolf will have his own comic series, Mashable reports. The line of books is the latest push for greater diversity in Marvel Comics. Marvel describes the series as “gritty” and will put the character in a setting rarely seen in comics.

The signs as The Avengers

Aries: Thor Odinson


Taurus: Hulk - Bruce Banner

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Gemini: Nick Fury

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Cancer: Quicksilver - Pietro Maximoff


Leo: Iron Man - Tony Stark

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Virgo: Hawkeye - Clint Barton


Libra: Maria Hill


Scorpio: Black Widow - Natasha Romanoff

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Sagittarius: Falcon - Sam Wilson

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Capricorn: Captain America - Steve Rogers

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Aquarius: Vision

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Pisces: Scarlet Witch - Wanda Maximoff