Echo’s Alaqua Cox Confirms ‘M-She-U’ Is Real

In an interview, the deaf actress starts to sign 'M-She' before she catches herself.

In an interview, the deaf actress starts to sign 'M-She' before she catches herself.

Echo's Alaqua Cox Confirms 'M-She-U' Is Real

Well, wouldn’t you know it, it turns out all those YouTubers have been right all along as Echo star Alaqua Cox confirms that the “M-She-U” is real.

In an interview while promoting the release of the show, Cox signs, “… a lot of blood violence, guns involved as well and it’s very gritty.”

She then adds, “It’s a different feel compared to what the other M-She… MCU stuff that we’ve seen…”

My friend is a teacher at the local school for the deaf and I asked him to review the footage.

“She does..bahahaha!!” he confirmed in regards to Alaqua Cox signing M-She. “They actually stop the video after she signs M she, right as she’s about to spell M for MCU.”

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What is the M-She-U?

My definition of the the M-She-U is the woke infestation that has destroyed the Marvel Cinematic Universe in regards to pushing diversity at the expense of a good story.

The M-She-U is the replacement of original characters, namely with female characters that are terribly written that don’t come off as being organic to the story.

Case in point is the recent The Marvels movie which massively bombed at the box office. Ironically, you can’t blame men for the movie’s failure as it is known only the MCU fanboys showed up to watch it. Women, girls, and families passed on it. Recently also saw the deleted scene released by Kevin Feige that makes sex and sex toy remarks about the 16-year-old girl featured in the film, Ms. Marvel.

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M-She-U examples:

Captain Marvel: Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers replaced the original Captain Marvel (I go over everything in my Captain Marvel review), and then Kamala Khan replaced Ms. Marvel. The Captain Marvel movie also reteconned Carol as being responsible for the creation of The Avengers, among other things.

The Avengers: Endgame: sees that forced scene featuring all the female characters.

Black Widow is a #MeToo movie. Taskmaster is female.

Shang-Chi: Shaun is a slacker, the side kick with no girlfriend (my Asian friends hate this movie); Xialing is the badass and becomes the new leader of the Ten Rings.

Eternals: the characters are changed for the sake of diversity.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: Movie changed so Scarlet Witch made to be the star/villain; lesbian teen character America Chavez forced into the movie with gay parents; post-credit scene with Clea, played by Charlize Theron.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: Shuri as the new Black Panther; Ironheart forced into the movie; Namor a Mexican.

Thor: Love and Thunder: Natalie Portman as female Thor; the end with “Love” wielding Mjolnir; Chris Hemsworth Thor made to be super goofy.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania: Kathryn Newton’s Cassie Lang anti-Captain America remarks; Michael Douglas Hank Pym socialism remark.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3: Cosmo changed to female.

The Marvels: No male characters.

Fantastic Four: Rumored to be about how Sue Storm can’t become her own person because of Reed Richards who has been keeping her down. Rumored to have Sue Storm at the center. Rumored to have female Silver Surfer.

X-Men: the X-Men are outdated said a Marvel producer because the term contains the word “men.”

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M-She-U Disney+:

WandaVision: kicks off the MCU on Disney; ending rewritten so it doesn’t feature white male actor and character Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, which caused DS2 to be rewritten.

Loki: Sylvie is the female Loki.

What If…?: All about Agent Carter; the season 2 finale is all about Agent Carter being a Mary Sue.

Hawkeye: Hailee Steinfeld becomes the new Hawkyeye.

Moon Knight: Following the final episode, Marvel social media announced Layla as the female Scarlet Scarab.

Ms. Marvel: again a replacement for a replacement; Kamala Khan is given everything under the sun without having to do anything: she’s an Inhuman, a mutant, an X-Men in the comics, has cosmic powers, has magic powers, and in The Marvels is given the Nega Bands and the Quantum-Bands.

She-Hulk: Jen Walters doesn’t get saved nor does she receive a blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce, because he’s a man; they don’t use the badass Skaar from the comics but Feige’s give him a man bun; Daredevil is goofy AF.

Secret Invasion: Emilia Clarke’s character becomes the Super OP as FK Skrull.

Echo: Kingpin cries and is a big bitch while Echo goes from a cool, dark and gritty character to a superhero Indian who has the power of her female ancestors. Her power is giving Kingpin a conscience to make him cry and send him off with his tail between his legs.

Agatha: rumored to be about lesbian witches.

Eyes of Wakanda: rumored to be about female Wakandan warriors that search for Vibranium throughout different time periods. Rumored to feature the MCU’s first Iron Fist from the past who is female.

Marvel Zombies: focuses on Iman Vellani’s Ms. Marvel who could very well be immune from the zombie virus given that she’s given everything, so why not that?

Ironheart: Riri Williams as the female Iron Man replacement for Robert Downey Jr.

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M-She-U Special Presentations on Disney+:

Werewolf By Night: It’s really the Elsa Bloodstone Show.

I Am Groot: Groot is dressed up as a female Groot and given boobs.

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