August 25, 2014

Let's check in with the moonbat comics creators!

It's been a while, and I see there was a recent "controversy" over a variant Spider-Woman cover, so let's get right to it ...

... the cover in question can be seen here, and was asked for by Marvel. Now, for the NON fun-extinguishers among us (i.e. the non-politically correct), this cover is no big deal. But for the 'bat creators this should be -- after all, how in the hell can Marvel commission such a flagrantly sexist and objectifying piece of art?

Dan Slott, who has no shortage of the "right" beliefs, amazingly defends the cover, calling the matter a "false controversy." And that's just for starters. Be sure to check out his Twitter feed, if you can stomach the hilarious hypocrisy.

Then there's our 'ol pal Ron Marz, who's miffed -- MIFFED, I tell you -- about some of the "abject and unapologetic racism" seen in Ferguson, MO. Of course, by that we know he means only white racism, but that aside, Marz is "concerned" about that, yet mocks comics blogger Avi Green thusly:


Not only has Avi brought up what a raving hypocrite Marz is for continuing to back a raging anti-Semite like (Pink Floyd's) Waters, yours truly has, too. Ya'd think that someone concerned with racism, bigotry, sexism, etc. 24-7 (like Marz) would take a stand ... shun Waters for his Jew hatred. But, nah -- the music's good! Funny how that didn't matter with regards to Orson Scott Card and Ender's Game, eh?

In addition, as Avi notes, unlike Dan Slott, Marz is upset at the Spider-Woman cover:


Except that ... "If only he'd admit he went overboard with Green Lantern's fridge scene ..."

Lastly, there's good 'ol Mark Waid, who back on the 19th tweeted the following (see if you can spot the irony):


"Non-hyperbolic," yet ... "hands-in-the-air," "in the back" ... Uh huh.

And so it goes ...

Posted by Hube at August 25, 2014 06:29 PM | TrackBack

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We all know it is "Non-hyperbolic" if it supports their selective view.

The liberal selective rage.

Posted by: truthwillwin1 at August 25, 2014 08:26 PM

I wonder if Mark Waid thinks he was being non-hyperbolic when he had his meltdown over Obamacare, cursing out people who disagreed with him and telling them not to buy his books. (I'll bet Marvel and Disney really loved that second part. And based on recent sales for Hulk and Daredevil, people took Waid's advice.)

Posted by: tops116 at August 26, 2014 09:26 AM

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