DC Comics’ Robbi Rodriguez Sends Butthole Pictures To #ComicsGate Activists
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DC and Vertigo Comics’ Robbie Rodriguez, a co-creator for Zoe Quinn’s Goddess Mode, as well as a co-creator for Spider-Gwen, sent a couple of photos of his anus to #ComicsGate supporters, particularly former DC Comics artist, Ethan Van Sciver.

As a quick recap, #ComicsGate is about retaking the comic book industry. Many fans who have become fed-up with the SJW agenda in the comic book industry have begun funding independent comic books to escape from the propaganda being peddled by some of the big publishers like Marvel. Many of the SJW-laden comic books have been cancelled or sell very poorly, but the #ComicsGate crowdfunded projects seem to do rather well. SJWs are angry that #ComicsGate supporters are trying to rebuild a flourishing industry outside of the agitprop pushed by the big publishers, and have been harassing and bullying comic book fans for not buying the propaganda, which includes people like Robbie Rodriguez sending butthole pictures to #ComicsGate supporters.

The tweets went out on August 23rd, 2018. The tweets on Rodriguez’s account have now been deleted, but various Twitter users captured the images and censored them in order to prove that Rodriguez had been sending photos of his butthole to Evan Van Sciver and #ComicsGate supporters.

If you’re in doubt of whether or not that’s actually Rodriguez’s account, there are archives of his previous tweets before he deleted them all, including one from the account that was made earlier this year on June 7th, 2018 confirming that he was working on the project with Zoe Quinn.

According to Bleeding Cool, this was the result of a fallout from another argument surrounding #ComicsGate that unfolded online. Rodriguez decided to jump into the argument and offer his two scents.

The fetid looking photos were eventually removed, but not before people screen-capped Rodriguez’s profile and began tweeting at Vertigo and DC Comics about whether or not he violated the company’s social media guidelines.

For those of you who don’t know, DC Comics instituted guidelines for social media behavior back in February of 2018.

The guidelines were put into place to prevent comic book artists, writers, and creators from engaging in petty online drama that many Marvel employees have been known to engage in over the last several years. These engagements have typically resulted in the creators insulting and belittling fans and turning off potential customers from purchasing the products.

Even with the guidelines in place some of Vertigo’s staff, such as Goddess Mode co-creator Zoe Quinn, still decided to violate the guidelines by posting inflammatory comments on Twitter.

Quinn’s comments pale in comparison to Rodriguez’s antics, which could most certainly shine a sordid spotlight on DC and Vertigo when it comes to upholding their policies.

Many questioned what Neil Gaiman, the creator of Vertigo’s Sandman, thought about a fellow cohort posting anus pictures online to harass others, and Gaiman was somewhat imposed to respond.

In typical fashion, however, some criticized Sciver for criticizing Social Justice Warriors for posting unsolicited pictures of genitalia in his timeline.

There are actually quite a fair amount of people who redirect the scenario and ask what if it were a woman receiving unsolicited pictures of male genitalia? Most concluded that it would be labeled as harassment by the typical Social Justice crowd.

So far Rodriguez has gone dark and DC has yet to comment on his fate.

(Thanks for the news tip Lyle and Ian Miles Cheong)


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