Superman renounces his U.S. citizenship: Two legendary graphic novelists on the comics industry's prevailing PC dogma http://t.co/1VcY6WuCLF
— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) June 9, 2014
Comic book artists and writers Chuck Dixon and Paul Rivoche examine how political correctness has infiltrated the comic book industry.
We are comic-book artists and comics are our passion. But more important they’ve inspired and shaped many millions of young Americans. Our fear is that today’s young comic-book readers are being ill-served by a medium that often presents heroes as morally compromised or no different from the criminals they battle. With the rise of moral relativism, “truth, justice and the American way” have lost their meaning.
Yet another front in the culture war.
— Michael Brennan (@MikeBrennan330) June 9, 2014
How Liberalism Became Kryptonite for Superman http://t.co/CShU2dhoB6 Interesting… I always thoughts of comics as more libertarian.
— Brian Raney (@laser158689) June 9, 2014
As a teen I was dismayed as comics become brooding, desperate to be "hip." Liberalism Became Kryptonite for Superman http://t.co/suPZjI4a56
— Tammy Parker (@tammys_take) June 9, 2014
— Carleton (@TrajansMarket) June 9, 2014
How Liberalism Became Kryptonite for Superman-This may create a firestorm in comic circles,valid points aside. http://t.co/Gzo1G81pH7
— Kurt (@KurtFleischer) June 9, 2014