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Creator Of Pepe The Frog Gets Revenge On White Supremacist Children’s Book

By Dennis Matthew Livesey

He began as a zine character on MySpace and soon evolved into one of the most recognizable memes on the internet. 

Creator Matt Furie began fighting to regain control of Pepe the Frog after he became a symbol for white supremacists and the so-called "alt-right." 

Furie created Pepe the Frog in 2005 as part his comic series Boy's Club. In 2008, someone posted a scanned page of the comic to the message board 4chan, and Pepe found an audience. By 2015, the frog had gone mainstream and was the most reblogged meme on Tumblr.

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