If you’ve ever been in an argument with an SJW comic pro or have seen someone in an argument with
Conan is the icon for unapologetic masculinity cranked up to eleven – so seeing Conan step back into the light in the world of comics should be exciting. However…there’s just one problem:
Here we go, folks! Despite what comics pros might tell you, when they’re not busy stealing money from their Kickstarter
Ok, let’s recap. A few months back Richard C. Meyer A.K.A. Diversity&Comics sparked the #ComicsGate revolution when he announced the
Comics pros have been going out of there way to denounce the fan rebellion known as #ComicsGate as an “Alt-Right” hate group. They say #ComicsGate is made up of sexists, racists, bigots, and whiney man-babies. And most of all, they say #ComicsGate aren’t the real fans. I’ve long held the belief that #ComicsGate is where the fans fled when the comics industry went insane. So who’s right? Is #ComicsGate just a hate movement? Or has it all just been one big smear campaign? Well, the awesome Peter Simeti of Alterna Comics has shown us the answer. For those of you not familiar with the controversy surrounding Alterna Comics, the small business was essentially bullied by big industry for the terrible crime of…placing fan interaction standards on their creators. The SJW Marvel and other creators, there’s no bigger sin than professionalism. The barrage of hate from the Marvel Mafia was so relentless, in fact, that Peter admitted to having suicidal thoughts.
SJW Marvel has tried some rather shady tactics to boost their numbers with the hopes of inflating the perceived success
Richard Meyer, the man behind the Diversity&Comics YouTube channel, had firmly established himself as a terrifying supervillain the moment he