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Tuesday, January 30, 2018 

This is whom Tess Fowler considers worthy of upholding?

It seems the artist Tess Fowler's joining the bandwagon of social justice propagandists who're wrongly attacking Ethan Van Sciver and/or the Diversity & Comics channel, and, as if that weren't bad enough, she even promoted the site of a guy with some very shady dealings. First, here's her list of tweets:




Oh, I'll say you need help alright...from a psychologist! Because according to the following video:

So let's see if I have this correct. She and her cohorts are promoting the work of a man accused of coming onto an underaged girl? Good grief. What's stupefying is that several years ago, Fowler accused artist Brian Wood of sexual harassment, for which he apologized. Now, she's dampening the issue by associating herself with the work of a scuzzball named Norris who did something little better? What is going on here? She is truly making a fool of herself. Here's a related screencap on the subject.

And she's not the only one who's being an embarrassment. Even a writer named Darryl Ayo, who may or may not work at Marvel, made an offensive comment:

So he's become yet one more SJW who's lowering the bar by acting vulgar and divisive. Truly egregious. Here's another screencap. Even the artist Tim Doyle's stooping low:

I just don't get why these marginal jerks who couldn't write or draw their way out of the proverbial wet paper bag seem to think they'll make the situation any better by attacking a guy over his politics, not what projects he's working on. Oh wait, I get it. They're so full of SJW garbage, they couldn't care less if their revolting comments drag the whole medium down the drain with them. And that's what makes this whole affair very sad. Mainly because they won't admit they're in the biz to destroy it.

I see some of the industry workers of the 1990s as partly to blame, since they pulled out of mainstream bookstores for the sake of ghettoizing the medium, one of the reasons why comicdom is stuck fast on the pamphlet format. It pretty much led from one thing to another. And those who won't admit the mistakes they made, leading to these slimy blabbermouths littering the horizon, are just as guilty.

Update: Tim Byrd explained on his blog how Fowler apparently cheated employers on the Rat Queens book. And here's more coverage of what Van Sciver's going through again on One Angry Gamer.

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Comics never were in mainstream bookstores, at least not in the U.S.; until the 'seventies, they were sold almost exclusively on newsstands, while undergrounds and alternate books were sold in headshops and underground bookstores and by mail. Newsstands started disappearing in the seventies, and over time, as the 80s wore on, comic book shops began taking up the slack. Without them, comic books probably would have disappeared entirely. The shops allowed more diverse product, including more mature and adults-only books, and they had more shelf space to devote to it. But it did ghettoize comics a lot, and helped create the superhero-only atmosphere that followed. But it was not a choice, more a matter of survival.

The main problem in the 90s was content; it was the lowest ebb ever for DC and Marvel, with ugly artwork and good artists trying to imitate the style of the bad ones, and they still have not fully recovered.

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