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It’s New Comic Book Day, which is the best time to back a new crowdfund book like Dynamite Thor.
We are nearly halfway there and definitely need to get over that mark here on Day 2. Check out the book on Kickstarter and back to keep this movement of great comics going.
This character is pure love for the creative team, as both I and Donald Kent have a deep fascination with our culture’s past, especially these pulp magazines that have gone forgotten to history. There is so much silly goodness in them you won’t find in books tioday:
What a gem! haha
But I’ve also retooled Dynamite Thor into a really cool modern character. There’s a beautiful personal plot developing, you get the sense of history, and the overall build into my superhero universe.
We’re following in the tradition of what Stan Lee did with Captain America or The Human Torch by reviving those characters when new superheoes were something unheard of.
Come join the fun and build comics for what they’re supposed to be! We the brest comics!
If you follow my channel on YouTube, you know that the vast majority of my reading these days is comprised of the Marvel Epic Collections — 400+ page books which compile all of the comic content from the 60s-90s. Really enjoyable reads for the most part.
I know some folk probably want to collect as well and there are some that are out of print (though Marvel does reprint from time to time). There are some pretty hard to find so if you come across these at cover price or under you might want to snag them.
This list is courtesy of Kurtis Findlay of the Epic Marvel Podcast. He updates every month in his facebook group and I’ll try to get the list here for interested folk as well:
There’s the list.
If you enjoy the epics you’ll probably enjoy my comics. Make sure to check out my Dynamite Thor Kickstarter which goes live tomorrow — there’s a landing page so it can sign up to remind you.
For those not in the know, My Hero Academia is one of the most celebrated properties of the last few years. It features a boy being trained by a STRONG MALE LEAD in All-Might, working ot become the world’s greatest hero.
Naturally that by itself is triggering to the nutty SJW crowd, but it’s gone crazier lately as SJWs are reaching hard to look for reasons to attack this beautiful story.
One of the characters is named “Maruta Shiga” – a doctor who experiments on humans.
They tied Maruta (which translates to English as “log”) to a program the Japanese used in WW2 in wihch the Japanese used to refer to their human test subjects.
So he literally used someone who is experimenting on humans, and used the historical reference of experimenting on humans, something which makes sense and is a good storytelling parallel.
But SJWs can’t handle history existing, or anyone remembering it. They want to erase everything and pretend humanity is this safe space sterilized group.
Unfortunately, the My Hero Academia creator issued an apology.
As we know, when apologies happen, they go for BLOOD. Now they’re combing through birthdays of characters as written in the books and trying to tie coincidences of them to birthdays of bad people in history and call the author a fascist.
They never stop. Don’t apologize. Keep doing what you’re doing. NEVER CENSOR YOURSELF.
I haven’t. I continue to make the best fiction out there and get blacklisted by the mainstream industry for it — but people are loving the books. Justified: Saga of the Nano Templar would trigger these snowflakes so badly that they would break down and cry. Can you handle it? Read here.