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The UN just caved to the SJWs who hated WW

Little more than 2 months after the UN chose Wonder Woman as a mascot for their program to inspire women, they've rejected the superheroine for the sake of the ungrateful SJWs who hate gorgeous women in positions of power: The United Nations is the l...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 16, 2016

Phila. Daily News looks at the fauxtrage against Campbell

The Philadelphia Daily News wrote 2 weeks ago about the SJW assault on J. Scott Campbell for the cover drawing he first did for Marvel's entry in Iron Man to the "diversity" line, Riri Williams, and they luckily take his side here: The cov...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Dec 15, 2016

More about Dixon's adaptation of Clinton Cash

I found some more articles about Chuck Dixon's GN adaptation of the Clinton Cash book (and documentary film). Inverse has written about it, and what's vital to point out for starters is that the GN's reportedly selling very well: Dixon and Smith are...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Sep 1, 2016

Greg Rucka tries to censor Frank Cho's WW art, so the latter quits DC

Artist Cho's left DC after issues with Greg Rucka, whom Cho feels is sabotaging his art drafts (Hat tip: Breitbart). He told them that: All the problem lies with Greg Rucka. EVERYONE loves my Wonder Woman covers and wants me to stay. Greg Rucka is t...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 20, 2016

Why did Jessica Plummer resort to moral equivalence and Republican-bashing?

Comics critic Plummer's opinion on Nick Spencer's inside-out retcon of Steve Rogers was mentioned in some news sources. Having read it in full, certainly there's plenty of vital points she's made. But the following highlighted parts are what turned t...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 14, 2016

I'm just as baffled as J. Scott Campbell is

Campbell found a SJW accusing him of "sexism" just because of his art style, and had this little response to offer: Umm.. Huh.? RT @CouldBeComics: @JScottCampbell @CaptMarvelNews @MidtownComics Not even for Captain Marvel. I can't support s...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 24, 2016

SJWs bashing Frank Cho take away attention from Eddie Berganza case

Artist Frank Cho, who likes to do parodies of petty SJW fits, was hired by DC to draw variant covers for Wonder Woman, and SJW-based outrage culture has struck again by SJWs who despise his styles. Thinking about this, I'd say they're trying to turn...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on May 3, 2016

Kirby's genius

The Boston Globe wrote about the history Jack Kirby's career in artwork, and the influence he had on other parts of pop culture.
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Apr 30, 2016

Artist Paul Ryan passes away at 66

Another sad loss of a better artist: the comics artist Paul Ryan has died at 66 years old. Here's what really drew my attention in his career efforts: The artist's first major work, however, was illustrating the wedding of Peter Parker and Mary Jane...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Mar 10, 2016

Al Jaffee explains Mad magazine's humor

The Forward did an interview with Mad magazine's cartoonist Al Jaffee, who explained how they popularized Jewish humor in American culture.
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Feb 24, 2016

Stan Lee's eyesight is deteriorating

Lee's revealed that his eyesight is sadly fading in his old age: Stan Lee, the former president of Marvel Comics and creator of Spiderman, has revealed his eyesight has become so bad he can no longer read. The 93-year-old - who co-created the likes...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jan 12, 2016

A Campbell illustration where Mary Jane is beside Spidey

by J Scott Campbell pic.twitter.com/4V6AN6v3fz— 스파이더맨 코믹스 (@spideythelove) January 4, 2016 I found this J. Scott Campbell drawing on Twitter where he draws a portrait that Spider-fans for starters could appreciate: Mary Jane Watson...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jan 6, 2016

Is Disney putting an end to "slave Leia" outfits from Star Wars?

Entertainment Weekly's said that J. Scott Campbell informed of the possibility that Disney's upper echelons are banning all marketing of princess Leia Organa in the "slave outfit" seen in Return of the Jedi. But that's not the real problem:...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Nov 5, 2015

Murphy Anderson, RIP

It's sad to discover, but another veteran legend, this being artist/inker Murphy Anderson, has passed away at 89 years old. So there's another great artist who's now sadly gone.
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Oct 25, 2015

Jack Kirby's romance tales

The East Valley Tribune has a short item for Jack Kirby's 98th birthday about the romance comics he penned in the late 1940s and 50s. All done at a time when there was actually an effort made to write, publish and market romance stories on a serious...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 29, 2015

Kotaku writer accuses Snoopy of bringing down Peanuts

A writer for Kotaku says he blames the Beagle from Charles M. Schultz's famous comic strip for the decline in its later years. At the start, he says: By the end of its run in 2000, Peanuts was an institution. It had become an omnipresent part of Amer...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 21, 2015

Why would boilerplate leftists like Nexus?

Mike Baron and Steve Rude's superhero creation in a futuristic world, Nexus, has been back in the news lately, as they're planning to craft a story this time in a special format like a newspaper strip. On which note, I found a CBR article from 2007 w...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Aug 4, 2015

The Mary Sue's double-standard on cosplay

I noticed some paradoxes on The Mary Sue in regards to costume partying at conventions. Last December, they attacked veteran artist Pat Broderick because he's unhappy with cosplay. Here's what they say he talked about: In the comments section of the...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 28, 2015

MSM screwball sides with SJWs against WW's traditional costume

Leftist comics columnist Andrew Smith has taken the side of the SJWs who oppose Wonder Woman's costume for PC reasons, and even acts like nobody's troubled with the new directions taken with Superman, and Batman: The "Big Three" at DC Comic...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jul 4, 2015

New book about minor characters

The Centre Daily Times wrote about a new book by cartoonist Jon Morris called "The League of Regrettable Superheroes": The book looks at comic book heroes who have put on a cape or spandex suit to fight crime but never gained the notoriety...
by The Four Color Media Monitor on Jun 26, 2015


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