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Saturday, September 13, 2014 

Here's the latest batch of Ron Marz mania

Okay, here's the latest of Marz's muddles. For example:

The repeated bumbling behavior of a cynical leftist doesn't help comicdom's wider image either. Nor does failure to admit failure with the setup for Green Lantern post-Emerald Twilight. But, if he thinks comic folks are the best, why doesn't he come to the defense of those who've been largely blacklisted, like Mike Baron and Chuck Dixon? Why doesn't he ask Top Cow and Image to hire them?

How about that, he's the kind of leftist worried about climates and global warming, and getting his info from the UN, that bastion of anti-democracy guilty of the Oil for Food scandal, among other horrible offenses.

Awfully rich coming from somebody who keeps disdaining rightists and blabbering about gun control mishmash, something he hints at in one of the next posts.

What's that supposed to mean? That he's against ramming ISIS into the dust where they belong? Or that he sees nothing wrong with women suffering under sharia?

This sounds like another insult to pro-self-defense advocates of the most bizarre kind.

What about leftist comics writers and publishers who exploited 9-11 to advance their twisted viewpoints? What about Joe Quesada and J. Michael Stracynski both doing this with the notorious Spider-Man issue from 2001? And Dan DiDio/Brad Meltzer when they published Identity Crisis? The latter may have been more metaphorical, but the blame-America and conspiracy theories were still there. Why does he even continue to write a webcomic or two for DC, so long as they keep on with such tactics? And, if political affairs are what matters, what about leftists who exploit 9-11 for foisting their twisted beliefs? Speaking of which, according to a Breitbart contributor talking about Young Americans Foundation's school program for learning about 9-11:
If it weren't for the Foundation's student activists, most schools would ignore the anniversary of September 11. Even more worrisome are the professors who continue to blame America for the attacks. The Obama administration has even tried to change the meaning of 9/11 by turning the anniversary into a politically correct "national day of service." They would like us—and particularly young people—to forget who murdered nearly 3,000 innocent American men, women, and children.
So, Marz, if you're really that concerned about brand advertising, will you be concerned about the Obama administration's type, and that of the leftist professors they speak of? Alas, knowing Marz, he probably won't be.

Whoa, he's defending guns on Bruce Wayne's ride? Ladies and gentlemen, the great Marzini's done it again, and put a double-standard on display. I remember he tried to defend his split position seen in the John Carter of Mars adaptations by taking the "it's only fiction" route. But fiction, like reality, is a place to run ideas, and if you say it's not good in real life, than it's not good in fiction either, because people can still get the idea it's okay to defend yourself and other innocents. So, what's it gonna be?

I thought we don't put up with men who write stories making light of sexual assault either. Which is why I'm still wondering why he retweeted a post promoting Brad Meltzer's Batman story several months back. So long as Meltzer hasn't apologized for how he scripted Identity Crisis, I don't see why any decent person should have anything to do with him, or DiDio, for that matter.

And with that, we conclude our presentation of Marz's latest muddles.

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The "150 airstrikes" are practically "doing nothing." It will take more than bombing some parked trucks and empty tents to win a war.

But then, the Obama administration doesn't even recognize the situation as a war, and instead calls it an "anti-terrorist operation." And the goal is not to defeat the enemy, but to reduce the threat to a "manageable" level.

"Those Open Carry tough guys" would undoubtedly "deal with ISIL" better than Obama has.

If you use 9/11 as a way to advertise your brand, or run a sales promotion, you've just lost me as a customer permanently.

Good. Now you know how conservative comics readers feel, Ronnie. Not that it makes a whole lot of difference to you ...

Don't forget stupid tweets like this.

What a moonbat.

So, Marz won't work for Marvel any more, since they used 9/11 to sell comics?

Let me guess. That doesn't count.

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