On the Death of James Rhodes — War Machine

‘Making America White Again’ one page at a time

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James Rhodes as War Machine meeting his end against the Mad Titan, Thanos in Civil War II #1.
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Bill Foster (Giant Man) dies at the hands of a genetically-engineered Thor in the first Civil War series.
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Third-party congressional candidate for Tennessee’s 3rd District, Rick Tyler tells WTVC that he erected the sign to provoke thought and to get people thinking about pre-1960s America when whites were a “super-majority.”

So, without further ado:

A couple of quotes from an interview with Brian Michael Bendis

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The untimely remains of James Rhodes
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First appearance, Hero for Hire, 1972
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The Captain Britain Corps, an entire collection of White metaheroes protecting all of time and space. Of course they do.
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James Rhodes fighting against a room full of techno-ninjas in his nothing but his BVDs, and making them look bad. The big boss had to help out… Invincible Iron Man #8, 2015
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I read this issue of Invincible Iron Man with great pride in my heart. Rhodes was bad-ass. Who knew a year later he would be dead. Marvel, that’s who.
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Rhodey: always kept it real with Stark.

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