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Cable Artist Jon Malin on Nazis, Marvel, SJWs, X-Men… and Shell Beach (UPDATE)

Last night, the current nineties-style artist on the X-Men title Cable, Jon Malin, was discussing the effect that people dubbed as “Social Justice Warriors” are having on the comic book industry. Used as a term of abuse against people that cover a wide range of people such as those who promote and support the #metoo […]

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Sean Gordon Murphy On White Knight Not Being SJW Batman: “Most Of My Friends Are SJW”

Back in August, Sean Gordon Murphy declared that his upcoming Batman mini-series, Batman: White Knight, “is not SJW Batman.” “Batman: White Knight is not SJW Batman,” Murphy tweeted at the time, seemingly out of nowhere. ““Not that it should matter, but I’m center-left. And I wrote a Gotham for everyone.” The statement prompted questions, such […]

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Justice League of America #10 Review: The Social Justice League

Justice League of America #10 is probably more important than people realise. Not because it contains the next step in the Rebirth mystery, or because ties into summer event Dark Nights: Metal, or because it has a major character death or resurrection. No, JLA #10 is important because it tells a story that reflects the […]

A Week In Transphobia In Comics

It’s been an interesting first week of Pride Month for comics. Early in the week, in fact pretty much kicking it off, came news that Drawn & Quarterly had cancelled a book, Sadbøi, by artist Berliac due to a historic transphobic essay and comments that were brought to light. Now, on new comic day of […]


Preview: Empowered Special #7 – For GamerGaters And SJWs Alike

It is my guiltiest of pleasures. I may not be alone in that. Empowered by Adam Warren published by Dark Horse, the feminist cheesecake bondage comic, that aims to have its cake, eat it, then smear it all over its body inviting you to lick it off, as long as you have read The Female Eunuch […]

J Scott Campbell And Wonder Woman’s New Shoulder Pads

Legendary artist J Scott Campbell, creator of Danger Girl and co-creator of Gen-13 posted on Facebook in response to the new look Wonder Woman costume. It made quite an impact. I rarely comment about comic book industry matters on my personal FB page, but I gotta say, shoulder pads, especially big bulky metal ones NEVER look good on […]