Matt Furie, creator of the non-racist stoner Pepe the Frog, has been fighting to regain control of his character from the alt-right white supremacists who have appropriated it as a hate symbol Furie recently sued Eric Hauser, who had written a children's book starring Pepe which Furie's lawyers said "espoused racist, Islamophobic and hate-filled themes,[...]
Pepe the Frog was a comic strip character, one of many of the Boys Club small press comics created by Matt Furie. The character was noticed by the internet around 2008 and used as an innocuous internet meme character from then onward. But in 2015, the character's image was inexplicably appropriated as a symbol of the controversial alt-right movement and used[...]
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Using a proto-clone body, stabilised using his own science, and transferring his own consciousness into it, Doctor Octopus gained new life as a newly empowered form, even down to his very own 'octopus sense'. And he also has a new power base – in the form of Marvel's very own alternative right (whatever you do, don't[...]
Simon & Schuster will publish an autobiography titled Dangerous by controversial alt-right figure Milo Yiannopoulos, according to The Hollywood Reporter The deal is reported to pay Yiannopoulos a $250,000 advance for the book, after a meeting with Simon & Schuster executives went shockingly well for him, despite outright attempts to shock them with his viewpoints,[...]
Neo-Nazis may be amongst the worst human scum in any galaxy, be it this one, or a galaxy far, far away, but that doesn't mean Disney won't take their