'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Comics Artist Tweets Death to All GOP

#Comicgate is gaining speed. Reminiscent of Gamergate, the video gaming fandom uprising against leftist influences, Comicgate has pulled back the curtain on the carnage being inflicted on the comics industry by leftists with a mission to push their worldview onto the culture. No longer can childhood favorites like "Jem and the Holograms" or "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" be kid-friendly entertainment. No, they're now soaked in LGBTQWTF fantasy with an extra dose of Trump Derangement Syndrome just for fun.

Credit: Erik Larsen, Image Comics

Popular female characters who used to be beautiful and lithe have been turned into dumpy, shaved-headed, overweight, man-hating lesbians or trannies (much like many of their creators). Stormer, the Misfits rocker from Jem and the Holograms, is now a fat POC ("person of color" for those uninitiated into newspeak) and a lesbian. Seriously.

Stormer before SJW makeover, from "Jem and the Holograms" animated series 1985-1988

Stormer after SJW makeover/ Credit: Ross/Sophie Campbell, IDW Publishing

Credit: Ross/Sophie Campbell, IDW Publishing

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics writer Ross Campbell (who now goes by Sophie) turned April O'Neil into a similar-looking character complete with the easily recognized haircut of militant SJWs suffering from a personality disorder.

Before Campbell's SJW makeover. Credit: Mateus Santolouco, IDW Publishing

 

April O'Neil after Campbell's SJW makeover Credit: Ross/Sophie Campbell,  IDW Publishing

If Campbell had his way, April O'Neil would look almost exactly like Stormer. This is his rendering of his ideal April.

Campbell recently tweeted his violent fantasies about killing GOP congressmen. He seems pretty unstable. Keep in mind that these are the same people suggesting that disagreeing with them is "violence."

Campbell has added a new character to TMNT named Natsu, whose sex is not easily identifiable, but it likes girls.

Credit: Ross/Sophie Campbell, IDW Publishing

Fans are perplexed at the constant pushing of transgendered and gay characters in comic books. Beyond that, Campbell's work shows a stunning lack of creativity with his obsession with the partially shaved head. Is there no other way to draw hair these days?

Credit: Various Ross/Sophie Campbell artwork from IDW Publishing, Mirage Publishing, Image Comics and Oni Press

Comic writers like Campbell think they should be immune from criticism. Anyone who dares to say "I don't like this" is labeled a hater, a homophobe, a transphobe, or a misogynist. These writers routinely block anyone who has anything negative to say about their work. Marvel bigwig Mark Waid was caught recently plotting with other comic writers to harass  popular YouTube reviewer Richard Meyer at Comic-Con last week. There seems to be a pervasive belief in the comic world that any deviation from their strongly left-leaning radical views is "hate" that must be stomped out (including with violence and apparently death) instead of healthy disagreement. The debate is over; it's been decided. If you don't like gay storylines in every comic and your favorite female character gaining 50 pounds or turning into a man, you're deplorable and Marvel, DC Comics, and IDW don't want your money.

Is this reminding you of anything? The NFL appears to be going down this same road. In defense of their right to offend America, they've decided they don't care if all their fans walk out of the games disgusted. The left has infiltrated every industry that was uniquely American and turned them into its own social justice pulpit from which to spew its hatred for traditional American values. Whether kneeling during the anthem or redrawing beloved characters to be unrecognizable politically divisive lesbians, the result is the same: alienation of an entire fanbase and the further destruction of classic Americana.