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Richard Meyer drops epic lawsuit against Mark Waid

Remember the epic lawsuit filed by Comicsgate icon and anti-masker Richard Meyer against comic book writer Mark Waid for defamation and tortious interference? Yeah, about that. Meyer dropped the lawsuit. What started with much fanfare ended with a mostly silent whimper. I’m subscribed to Meyer’s YouTube channel. He stopped asking for donations to his lawsuit against …

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Woke bullies get Dynamite Entertainment to cancel Cecil variant comic

Dynamite Entertainment canceled a special edition of Vengeance of Vampirella #1. It was available on the crowdsourcing website Indiegogo. What made this book special was its cover. It was to feature Cecil, a comedic persona from YouTube. The artwork showed Cecil with his arms around Vampirella and Red Sonya. Why would woke bullies want this …

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Preston Poulter obtains provisional trademark for the word ‘Comicsgate’

Preston Poulter obtains provisional trademark for the word 'Comicsgate' - BENT CORNER

Independent comics publisher and prominent anti-Comicsgate YouTuber Preston Poulter registered the word “Comicgate” with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Furthermore, Poulter is seeking a certification trademark. It will allow him to certify who gets to call their comic book “Comicsgate.” Those he deems worthy will get a unique logo to put on their book. …

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Mike S. Miller burns copy of Ethan Van Sciver’s ‘Cyberfrog’

Professional comic book artist Mike S. Miller made a video in which he and his special-needs son burned a copy of Ethan Van Sciver’s Cyberfrog. The reason? Because Miller, a self-proclaimed follower of Jesus, hates Van Sciver. The two men used to be e-friends. Van Sciver got Miller into Comicsgate and crowdfunding comics after opportunities …

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