Comic Crusaders Fires SJW Writer For Publicly Defaming Diversity And Comics, Ethan Van Sciver
Cyberfrog
(Last Updated On: June 27, 2018)

Comic Crusaders contributor Dusty Good was recently fired on June 25th, 2018 for comments he made aimed at content creators Richard C. Meyer and Ethan Van Sciver. Good’s comments were specifically directed at Meyer’s Diversity & Comics YouTube channel and crowdfunded comic book, Jawbreakers, along with Sciver’s own crowdfunded comic book, Cyberfrog, denigrating them, their work, and their audience.

It started on June 24th, 2018 when Dusty made comments via Twitter, targeting Republicans. A day later, on June 25th, 2018, Dusty zeroed in on Meyer and Sciver, claiming that they were part of the alt-Right, and that they weren’t welcome in the comic book industry.

Comic Crusaders gave Dusty an ultimatum to either apologize or lose his job.

Dusty, however, refused to apologize and confirmed that he had been let go by Comic Crusaders.

This was also corroborated by Comic Crusaders, who tweeted out on June 25th, 2018 that Dusty was no longer employed at the outlet.

Ethan Van Sciver didn’t pass up an opportunity to inform his community about Dusty’s SJW antics costing him a job due to virtue signaling via Twitter.

Both Sciver and Meyer have great success with their crowdfunding campaigns, and seeing an SJW writer lose a job for spreading defamation is could make some writers think twice before making false claims about Sciver or Meyer.

You can learn more about Cyberfrog by visiting the IndieGoGo page, where it’s racked up more than $343,000 in backer funds.

(Thanks for the news tip Kiryu)


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