Sign In Don't have an account? This association, and the friendship with Sue which follows, leads the Surfer to turn against his master, Galactus. Baywatch himself played Nick Fury in a made-for-TV movie back in The X-Men universe exists as a metaphor for the way minorities are oppressed in society. At this point, it's pretty easy to consider Black Panther a politically charged character. The villainous foe is clearly a gay man, symbolized through the rainbow whip, and he is literally restricting Hulk. Sometimes superheroes like sitting back to unwind with a cigarette after saving the world.
When audiences watch Spider-Man fight Doc Ock, there's really nothing that pulls us into the book.
For Sue, the expression "swimming with the fishes" carries quite the different connotation. Later after the incedent she is shown withou her jacket and is having her blood pressure checked, though she says she is fine, as she pulls down her button shirt sleeve and puts on her jacket. When you hear the name Nick Furya picture of Samuel Jackson likely jumps in your head. There's nothing wrong with showing American heroes fight foreign foes, but these Japanese soldiers are purposefully depicted in a dehumanizing light. The script is terrible and the effects are laughable, but the actors are clearly engaged in the project.