well then, you'll need to explain it, because it's apparently not in any of the words you said.
I will, but it's going to be extremely challenging.Why don't you just write your story, then
And this is exactly why I'm hesitant in writing this. If the majority think this way then it'll literally be impossible to acceptSorry, but are you asking why people get upset when Chinese villain's get destroyed by white or Japanese heroes, but not the reverse?
Um....I would think the answer to that would be obvious. Just the culture we live in.
All I can do is try my best. We should all realize that villains should come in all different ethnic backgrounds, I wish this wasn't an issueYou are sweating the small stuff and you have not produced the big stuff yet. This question is not worthy. Write what you believe and don't look back
Okay, but when I submit it, you'll be honest and let me know whst needs to be improved?I dont know how to help you further. Write with courage or dont.
Okay, but when I submit it, you'll be honest and let me know whst needs to be improved?
This made me think more about something and after researching, there was a bunch of white/Western villains that fit the common trope as the evil Megacorp antagonists, which has been going on since the 80s. Blade Runner, Robocop, The Fly, Inspector Gadget and TRON are some examples. Even James Bond could be considered having the big bad Megacorp bad guys with Western antagonists, which has been happening since the 60s, except for Odjob maybe, but overall they were mostly Western evil henchmen and evil corps.Aye, and because they're from the 80's they get a pass where trying to do the same now with a new property might be seen as outdated.
Still, that's aside from the point I was trying to make. We recognize things as yellow peril more easily because that trope is part of our cultural history where the opposite generally isn't.
I know I'm behind. But I'm working on the first right now.How many chapters have you written so far
I can do this. Maybe they will have a more clear view of what I'm creating?fastest path to feedback is to write a short story or two and see what ppl think.