Jeph Loeb, the former executive vice president of Marvel TV, didn’t care about representation in Asia and told the writer Daredevil —The Netflix-Marvel series led by Charlie Cox ignores Chinese and Asian characters, Daredevil Actor Peter Shinkoda claimed. Shinkoda plays Nobu Yoshioka (Nobu Yoshioka), a member of the Hand and Yakuza branch. He is the minor villain and the champion hero’s body match Daredevil Season 1. In the second season, his status dropped to a minimum.
In the live broadcast of the #SaveDaredevil event last weekend, Shinkoda said: “Jeph Loeb told the writer’s room not to write for Nobu and Gao. Many writers and performers repeated this point many times: “No one cares about Chinese and Asians.There were three Marvel movies before-the trilogy is called Knife -Wesley Snipes kills 200 Asians per movie; no one gives -t, so don’t write Nobu and Gao,’, they are forced to put down the storyline. “
Jump to the 10:06 mark to listen to Shinkoda’s comment.
Mrs. Gao (played by Wei Qinghe) is another important figure who once played Daredevil, Iron fistAnd defenders. Shinkoda initially said, Daredevil Plans to enrich the two Asian roles and their dynamics. Considering that their connection with the Hand organization is reasonable, the Hand organization is the core evil part of The Defenders. However, according to New Keda, this has never surfaced because of Loeb.
This is not the only example of Loeb’s racial insensitivity. Gizmodo reported Shinkoda’s comments for the first time and noted that Loeb has announced Iron fist In the second season of the 2018 San Diego Comic Con, Daniel-San from a karate kid wearing a karate GI and headscarf.Deaf-mute Iron fist Cultural funding for the first quarter.
It is worth mentioning that in December last year, Marvel TV was merged into Marvel Pictures, and Loeb left his position, and Marvel Pictures President Kevin Feige took control of everything. Marvel Studios has encountered its own troubles in the minority representation system, despite its efforts- Panther -Received a better welcome.
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