Skip to Content

Woke Ironheart Rips Off Iron Man In ‘Black Panther’ 2 Footage

Kevin Feige continues replacing character after character all for the sake of diversity and nothing to do with a good story.

Woke Ironheart Rips Off Iron Man In ‘Black Panther’ 2 Footage

New Black Panther: Wakanda Forever footage of Riri Williams, aka Ironheart, confirms a huge rip-off of Iron Man.

Fans have taken the Ironheart footage featuring Dominique Thorne and posted it side-by-side with Iron Man footage, where it’s actually an exact mirror image of previous footage of Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man.

So we see Kevin Feige and the filmmakers intentionally went out of their way to replace Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man as they obviously went back and looked at Iron Man footage and synced the Ironheart footage in Black Panther 2 to look exactly the same.

In the comics, Riri Williams is a teenage girl who steals Tony Stark tech and for some reason, she is allowed to keep the technology, which if you think about it makes no sense as that would be the equivalent of a child soldier, or even worse, as the child is allowed to have and use a weapon of mass destruction. How responsible of The Avengers?

Dominique Thorne is 25 years old so it seems doubtful Riri Williams in the MCU will be a young girl, but as we see in the footage below, she is still meant to serve as a replacement for Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, which of course fits with Kevin Feige’s woke approach to the MCU which started with Brie Larson and Captain Marvel. More on that below.

MCU

Kevin Feige’s MCU Is All About Wokeness

The Captain Marvel movie replaced Mar-vell in the comics in more ways than one and also retconned Carol Danvers as being responsible for the creation of The Avengers (and that’s not all).

The Avengers: Endgame ruined Hulk and Thor for all time because they are masculine characters.

Black Widow is a self-admitted #MeToo movie and one that replaces Taskmaster with a female character (yet uses a male stuntman).

Shang-Chi insults and makes fun of the Asian community (as evident by the fact Shang-Chi had a lower box office in South Korea than both Black Widow and Eternals).

Eternals is Feige’s woke disaster full of gender and race-swapped characters.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness booted its original director for the sake of wokeness and was totally redone to include lesbian teen American Chavez and Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch as the star.

Thor: Love and Thunder needs no explanation and may have killed Taika Waititi’s career (much like Patty Jenkins and Wonder Woman 1984).

Of course, the Disney Plus shows are no better as Doctor Strange was removed from WandaVision because he is a white male character which is also another reason why Doctor Strange 2 had to be rewritten.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier replaces Chris Evans as Captain America in a move that makes no sense with the Anthony Mackie Falcon, a character with no powers, who is now starring in Captain America 4 (fans actually prefer Falcon merchandise to the Cap/Falcon).

The Tom Hiddleston Loki is replaced by Sylvie, as confirmed by Hiddleston.

The What If? animated series replaces Captain America with Captain Carter.

Hawkeye replaces Jeremy Renner with the “bestest ever” archer, Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop.

Moon Knight is actually pretty decent but in social media posts after the series concluded, Marvel confirmed Layla replaces a male character from the comics (why not create new characters?).

Ms. Marvel is the least-watched show on Disney Plus and one that gave the character everything under the sun to succeed including making Kamala the MCU’s first mutant, and apparently a cosmic being, a magical being, and even possibly an Inhuman. Am I forgetting anything?

She-Hulk is a complete joke and a complete embarrassment to the MCU.

In the pipeline this month includes Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which as mentioned, replaces Iron Man, but it also replaces Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther.

Funny. Feige said it’s too early to recast Black Panther, but of course, we see it isn’t too early for a sequel! Cha-ching!