It doesn’t take long for the media to get their grubby noses in Rhodey’s business, so he decides to talk about his disability on his own terms.
The trash rags, meanwhile, focus on the fact he’s standing on the cover, and as you can imagine, become obsessed with finding evidence he’s faking his injury.
Newsweek decides to take a break from sexism, and aims for racism instead, with a scathing article on the secretive nation of Wakanda. Following the death of King T'Chaka and the succession of his son, a group of right leaning reporters rummage around in the annals of history to dig up something akin to a History Channel conspiracy special.
We have to be honest though... after the events at Flughafen Leipzig-Halle, the Black Panther theory seems kind of legit.
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Time Magazine - April 11,2016
With instances of vigilante justice, tensions between the Avengers team, and reports of inhuman feats on the rise, Time asks the obvious (and takes advantage of those scale figurines everyone seems to have these days).