>Didn't know Monica was this big in Brazil.
It really wasn't. It was, for a long time, a monopoly. The marxist author schemed with politicians to create all sorts of corrupt laws that made it impossible for anyone to create competition. Until glorious Nippon came bulldozing the market with their manga.
The thing with deforming Monster world into a Monica's Gang game was simply the Brazilian branch of Sega (Tec-Toy) wanting to exploit children to buy more games, and Monica was the ONLY Brazilian IP related to comic books that we had for a long time.
>i also heard they did the same thing in another game, but instead of monica was El Chapulín.
Yes. although I forgot which game they butchered to make that. They also changed the first Astérix game for Master system into a game about a Brazilian tv-show about puppet dogs (Tv Colosso).
>Reading way too much into it bud
>sounds more like how SJWs try to see message on everytjing
There is nothing wrong in using their tactics against them, in order to identify their marxist subversion and boycott their propaganda disguised as products. Or are you saying that a character aimed at children that is proud of never taking a bath, or another one that is portrayed as "cool and funny" for eating all forms of junk food that she can find, or the main character who is portrayed as being "funny for beating boys if she is angry" are not marxist propaganda? Because they are.