The politically divisive comic book from DC Vertigo, Border Town, a series that was praised by mainstream critics and the comics industry for portraying Trump supporters and conservatives as violent racists has officially been canceled following sexual assault allegations against the writer of the book Eric M. Esquivel.
Yesterday afternoon, a study comprised by Hollywood Agency CAA, tech company Shift7, and ‘Time’s Up’, the legal defense fund claimed that movies that are ‘lead by women’ make more money than films lead by men. The purpose of the study was to make the argument that women are bigger box office draws than men and thus Hollywood should follow suit in making more ‘inclusive’ films.
Cynthia Gerriets Naugle posted a lengthy blog entry detailing multiple instances of alleged sexual abuse that she claims she suffered a few years ago at the hands of her former manager of a comic shop in Tuscon, AZ. In detailed rundown by Bleeding Fool of the events, Naugle claims took place over a period of months in 2012/2013, it is now believed her abuser is Bordertown Writer Eric Esquivel of DC Vertigo Comics.
Transgender Activist and former INTO writer Eli Erlick, thought he had a spicy take on Ariana Grande’s latest music video ‘Thank U, Next’ accusing the video and the artist of being ‘anti-queer’. The writer has since been fired from the outlet and run off of social media after death threats from the LGBT community and angry Grande fans.
Just one day after it was announced that CBS will not be picking up the Anti-Trump revival of Murphy Brown for a second season, the show premieres its latest episode which fantasies about Trump supporters beating up reporters at one of his rallies.
Progressive activist and part-time comedienne Amy Schumer, who has yet to move to Spain since Donald Trump won the election is still reeling from the fact that Democrats are losing elections. On Tuesday night, Schumer posted a video on Instagram slamming the state of Mississippi and anyone who voted for Republican Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith.
Jon Stewart may have done more damage to late night television than any other man in history because since he stepped down from The Daily Show in 2015, late-night comedy has turned into pseudo-intellectual progressive propaganda shows with most of Stewart’s former ‘comedians’ leading the charge. If you need proof, look no further than Jon’s Daily Show replacement, Trevor Noah who used his ‘comedy’ show to state that the constitution doesn’t apply to black people in America.
Telltale’s The Walking Dead looked to be dead in the water when back in September when the company announced it was closing its doors outside of a few contractual commitments. With two unfinished episodes left to be produced, many believed that the series would never receive a proper ending, it will now.
According to Jemele Hill, if you are a white person, the only way to be a true ‘ally’ to minorities is to follow the lead of actress Ellen Pompeo. On Monday, Pompeo along with fellow actresses Gabrielle Union, Gina Rodriguez, and Emma Roberts sat down with Porter Magazine for a roundtable discussion for the publication’s annual “Women in Television” issue.
The votes have been counted and Abrams lost to Republican nominee Brain Kemp by. Well, now Democrats all across the country are melting down after their efforts to flip Georgia failed (including Abrams) and there is a growing movement in Hollywood to boycott the state of Georgia while Kemp is governor.