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WOKE Marvel RUINS NAMOR To Introduce “Colonized” Social Justice In His Backstory! And No Atlantis!

by 11.03.2022

As if making Black Panther without recasting the main character was not enough, and forcing ‘Ironheart’ into the story was not silly enough, now we have Prince Namor being reduced to a completely different kind of character with no history related to the original comic books. Completely unnecessary changes to make social justice points about ‘colonization’.

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WOKE Marvel RUINS NAMOR To Introduce “Colonized” Social Justice In His Backstory! And No Atlantis!

During an interview with Phase Zero, Moore spoke about Namor and his depiction in the upcoming Marvel Studios film.

When asked what he wanted Namor to be in the MCU, Moore replied, “We thought it was really interesting, both to bring a little bit of the attitude of Namor from publishing, who has always known as being incredibly arrogant and sort of confident, but also to ground it in a real conflict.”

Moore continued, “And I think when Ryan decided to really anchor the world of Talokan in Mayan culture and to have Namor be a little bit of the voice of the colonized it gave him a reason for that arrogance and a reason for that attitude.”

He added, “And Tenoch really brings that to life in a way that we were so impressed by.”

Tenoch Huerta as Namor in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. © 2022 MARVEL.

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Moore would also discussed the way Namor’s name is pronounced in the film. A recent clip from the film sees Huerta pronouncing Namor’s name Nah-more rather than the typical pronunciation of Neigh-more.

Moore explained, “Namor, I would say, he’s obviously given that name also by someone in the film so it’s not even something that it is from him. But there is certainly a way that a Spanish speaker or even a Mayan speaker would say Namor versus a way that an English speaker or somebody who is a little bit more Western in slant might say Namor. And we thought that was just interesting.”

“It’s reality that people face and it felt more genuine than having everybody to pronounce it correctly, to be quite honest,” Moore elaborated.

(L-R): Alex Livinalli as Attuma and Mabel Cadena as Namora in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. © 2022 MARVEL.

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Namor’s name being given to him by his enemies rather than his own people is another drastic change from the comics for the character.

In The Saga of the Sub-Mariner #1, Namor’s mother Fen declares, “His very name will be a beacon to show him what the realm will one day expect of him.”

Namor then details, “Namor was I born. ‘Avenging Son.’ Spawn of two worlds…yet fated to belong fully to none.”

Source: The Saga of the Sub-Mariner #1

This is just another in a growing list that proves the character being called Namor in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is not actually Namor, but some character altogether just using his name.

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