Anti-Revival Comic Makes Nearly $3 Million in Days Defying Cancel Culture Left

A new comic book publisher, “Rippaverse” comics, by comic book writer Eric July has raised some $3 million in funding in a matter of days based on its promise to publish a series of super comics. -hero who leaves the whole left awake. behind.

Not so long ago, July decided to appeal to the public to launch her “Rippaverse” comics. He set a goal of $100,000 to help develop the characters, create the art, and print the books. But showing how comic book fans crave superhero entertainment without all the left, it raised an astonishing amount of just under $3 million, instead of just $100,000.

Now her first entry in the series has come out with ISOM #1. The book is written by Eric July and illustrated by Cliff Richards, Gabe Eltaeb and Eric Weathers, the company’s website reveals.

“What I wanted to do was be part of the solution instead of tackling the problem, so I had the idea, it made financial sense, and it was the perfect time to do it” , July told Fox News host Brian Kilmeade. the week.

“That American comic book market is still hungry for that kind of material. They just haven’t gotten it from the big two,” added July.

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Artist Eltaeb quit working for DC Comics when the company decided to sanitize Superman by removing “America” ​​from its longtime tagline, “truth, justice, and American-style.”

“I dreamed of being a comic book artist since I was a little boy, and I worked my way up,” Eltaeb said. “I got to DC Comics and Superman. My dream as a little boy came true, they ‘woke’ him up, they got rid of his US citizenship.

Eltaeb left DC in 2021 because he was fed up with all the leftist moralizing the company imposed in his comics.

“I’m sick of this shit, I’m sick of them ruining these characters,” Eltaeb said last October of DC Comics and its superhero characters, especially Superman, whose giant of the comics decided that he would no longer fight for “truth, justice”. , and American-style,” but would instead strive to seek “truth, justice, and a better future.”

Eltaeb went on to tell Fox News that the new “Rippaverse” comics won’t be about the anti-revival opposite. Instead, he’s simply unawakened and chooses not to integrate the left-wing agenda into his stories like Marvel and DC do.

“We just want to give people classic superhero action,” Eltaeb said.

Fox host Brian Kilmeade pointed out that critics of the new comic book series claim the books are aimed at “hate groups”. But Eltaeb rejected the lies.

“That’s to be expected. There are a lot of things wrong with this industry,” Eltaeb replied. “There’s nothing these people can do to stop it, and to me, that’s what they’ve always been afraid of.”

ISOLM #1 features main character Avery Silman, who became a rancher in Texas after starring as a superhero named Isom. He is involved in a murder investigation and the case causes him to re-evaluate his decision to give up his career as a hero.

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