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Marvel Comics' 21 Word Response to #SJWs is Perfect!
You ever think that leftist SJWs are running out of things to complain about in an attempt to garner unwarranted attention? Silly you.
So, Marvel Comics released a collection of special comic book covers based on classic hip-hop albums. It was meant as a sign of respect for hip-hop artists and was seen as a sign of respect by the hip-hop community.
SJWs of course found it problematic, for imaginary reasons. Mumble mumble, racism, mumble. You know how it goes.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso finds leftist SJWs problematic.
Actually, he really just laughed them off. My favor part is in bold...
A small but very loud contingent are high-fiving each other while making huge assumptions about our intentions, spreading misinformation about the diversity of the artists involved in this project and across our entire line, and handing out snap judgments like they just learned the term "cultural appropriation" and are dying to put it in an essay. And the personal attacks -- some implying or outright stating that I'm a racist. Hey, I'm a first-generation Mexican-American...[Laughs]
Not to mention the casual disrespect that's been shown to the artists involved in this. One op-ed was so lazily
researched that when the writer was confronted with his litany of factual errors on Twitter, he apologized, saying he didn't know that most of the announced artists are Black. Dude, you call yourself a journalist: Do a Google search! [Laughs] And when he learned that the "3 Feet High and Rising" homage he'd asserted was in bad taste was rendered by an African-American artist [Sanford Greene] and that Posdnuos [of De La Soul] himself, gave props to the cover on Twitter, [the writer's] response was, "Well, to each his own.