Comic book artist Robert Liefeld offered his support on Twitter for Ethan Van Sciver harasser Darryl Ayo.
Darryl, I have read about your situation. I’m sorry you have been harassed in any way. You have my support.
— robertliefeld (@robertliefeld) February 3, 2018
Darryl Ayo falsely claimed he was minding his own business, but Ethan Van Sciver couldn’t mind his. Bullshit. Darryl Ayo began calling Ethan Van Sciver a Nazi back in September.
The same day that we were on here talking about Ethan Van Sciver's Nazi leanings, I was at work, checking out his original pages.
— darrylayo (@darrylayo) September 1, 2017
I don’t blame Robert Liefeld for not knowing this because you have to look through Darryl Ayo’ Twitter feed to find it.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Darryl Ayo eventually got around to calling Robert Liefeld a Nazi too. Liefeld is a German surname much like Van Sciver is a German surname. I can’t help but notice as someone with a German surname, some people seem to get a kick out of calling people with German surnames Nazis. To some people, calling someone with a German surname a Nazi is a lot like calling an African-American the N-word.
It’s bigoted and it’s wrong.
I noticed that Darryl Ayo blocked me on Twitter.
I find that funny because I’ve never interacted with him on Twitter. I’ve written about him here, but I’ve been careful not to send anything to his Twitter feed. He’s such a coward.