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Monday, January 03, 2022 

British publisher acts very impolitely towards Baron police project

A UK publisher named Apex (who appear to have privated their Twitter account for now) responded to Mike Baron's Thin Blue Line project with some very revolting comments, seen in the following screencap (also available here):
This is atrocious, and a very poor example set by somebody allegedly in publishing. Somebody who ignores all the serious harm caused by Antifa over the past year and a half, like the time they tried to arsonize a police building in Oregon in November. Seeing as this is a UK publisher making the revolting statement, one can only wonder if they view the local police that dimly, especially after a horrifying incident nearly 3 years ago in Birmingham at the Star City film complex, where an Islamic mob showed up to protest a movie confronting the issue of gang violence. And later, when the publisher's webmaster may have taken critical flak from audience for his crude comments, he went out of his way to scapegoat Comicsgate:
Needless to say, this is not how anybody working in a professional business should be talking about somebody else's story, nor should they be looking for cheap scapegoats while refusing to admit they weren't being very courteous on their own part. Come to think of it, if they really have such a monumental problem with the vision Baron's produced, why say anything at all? They've only made things worse, and explained perfectly why the Thin Blue Line's story needs to be told.

Maybe the saddest part of all is that it tells what these leftist phonies really think of right-wing creators, and don't be surprised if they have no intention of reading his past classics like Nexus and Badger as a result, assuming they ever did at all. We've reached a very devastating era where blacklisting has become the norm, and even liberals aren't immune to it. For now, what this says is that, if there's any publisher overseas best avoided, it's Apex.

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BTW, Avi? There's two articles you might need to work on (well, as many as two anyways. You could even do them both in a single article if you'd like), both involving Superman. Consider it good news and bad news.

The good news is, an interview surfaced with Schustel making clear that Superman was indeed meant to represent the American Way, and in fact, more importantly, he had personally suggested the catchphrase for the TV series specifically as a result of World War II and how not only they had to fight the Nazis just before then, but Communism was posing a massive threat across the globe. You can find this here: https://boundingintocomics.com/2022/01/03/resurfaced-interview-clip-shows-co-creator-jerry-siegel-confirm-superman-stands-for-truth-justice-and-the-american-way/ This is considered good news because far too many times, a lot of the leftist shills for DC's recent crap claimed Superman was NEVER meant to represent the American Way and that Siegel and Schuster never intended to have him be that. You would probably be aware of that claim, since a frequent Anon poster repeatedly claimed that bit on here.

Now comes the bad news: DC Comics sunk to a new low with Superman. Remember the Lubiana arc from the 1970s where Superman fought Communists in that location and ended up captured and tortured? Well, they revisited that arc recently, and they ended up implying that Superman underwent Prison Rape during that time. Oh, and get this, the guy who added that bit in, John Ridley, did so while specifically citing January 6, among other things, as the basis for it. You can read that here as well: https://boundingintocomics.com/2022/01/02/dc-comics-implies-superman-was-sexually-tortured-scene-described-as-commentary-on-how-in-america-when-bad-things-happen-to-people-who-are-traditionally-marginalized-theres-this-feeling-o/

Correction regarding the good news, its Siegel who made clear he was meant to represent that bit and personally suggested that the TV phrase adopt that catchphrase.

Thanks, I'll try to work on those subjects as soon as possible too. Today's leftists have no respect for Superman's creators.

If you actually listen to the clip, Siegel never says he personally suggested the phrase.

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