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Thunderbolts writer Jim Zub said America Chavez’s skin tone would be corrected before the series was released following online criticism.

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Jim Zub, author of the next Marvel movie Love at first sight relaunch, said America Chavez’s skin tone will be corrected before the series is released.

CBR recently revealed a preview of Marvel’s next movie Love at first sight relaunch, a five-issue miniseries written by Jim Zub that will launch this summer. A number of Twitter users commented on America Chavez’s appearance and wondered why the character appeared to have lighter skin compared to her other comic book appearances. In response, Zub said that “this has been brought up and will be corrected in the final printed version”. Zub said in a separate comment: “It’s definitely not intentional. I’m not here to throw our hard working colorist under the bus over this. Sometimes the reference they have isn’t correct. Sometimes , the lighting situation is messing things up. I’m glad that’s been fixed and the printed number is correct.”

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In response to additional comments, Zub continued in a thread, “The book goes through multiple editor passes and reviews from multiple people in the office, but I’m not sure who, beyond my immediate editor and from my assistant editor. Sometimes I’m looping in on those. Other times I’m not… I know with the sheer size of Marvel properties in movies and TV, it’s easy to guess the staff is large, but Marvel Comics is smaller in comparison… Preview art like this can sometimes come out before the final proof is complete… Is that ideal? sure not, but I’m grateful it can be fixed.”

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America Chavez first appeared in 2011 revenge No. 1 before joining the Young Avengers, then headlining his own solo series in 2017, America, by writer Gabby Rivera. She is the first Latin American LGBTQ+ character to star in an ongoing Marvel series. Xochitl Gomez will play America Chavez, the character’s first live-action, in Marvel’s upcoming film. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. “It’s certainly not unique to America Chavez, but I’ve always felt that our superhero fiction should, in a very fundamental way, mirror or own reality,” the America Chavez co-creator previously said. , Joe Casey, on the character’s entry into the MCU. “Unlike the Marvel Universe that was originally seen in the comic books of the early 1960s, our current reality is multicultural. Thus, more recently created Marvel characters like America Chavez and Miles Morales and Kamala Khan do not reflect not just the world of 2022, they seem to have connected to a section of the fandom that somehow identifies strongly with them.”

marvel’s Love at first sight will see Chavez join Hawkeye, Spectrum, Power Man, Persuasion and Gutsen Glory in a mission set in the aftermath of Devils Reign. The series will be launched in July by Marvel.

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