But in a strange turn of events, a new alt-right comic book has gained traction among fans looking for an outlet to unleash their fury on the left.
Theodore Beale, an alt-right activist known as "Vox Day" online, has created a new line of comics and superheroes that he promises will outrage social justice warriors (SJWs). "They believe that comics is their turf, and SJWs have been moving forward, advancing for decades," he said. "They have been methodically eradicating traditional values, they have been methodically eradicating Western civilization."
A trailer for the new comic book series, called "Alt-Hero," was released on YouTube at the end of September:
A fundraising page set up for the new series surpassed its $25,000 goal in just four days, and has since raised over $70,000.
Beale took to Twitter to share the ecstatic news:
And since SJWs have apparently ruined comic books, "Alt-Heroes" will feature some sorely-missed practices.
And casual racism:
Former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos is on board with the idea:
And, just as Beale suspected, people aren't very happy about the new comics:
Dude.... Have you ever considered just stopping? You seriously should.— The Part Time Geek (@ricksbrowder) October 1, 2017
Wow buddy using the artwork of someone else to spread a hateful message... shitty on so many levels— Holly Berry (@hollyberry1213) September 30, 2017
Not looking forward to next year's Comic Con.