New Satire Comic 'My Hero Magademia' Book Makes SJW Comics Fans Cry Salty Tears
The creators of the surprise runaway bestseller Thump! The First Bundred Days are at it again with the first comic book written by an openly pro-Trump team of comics professionals. My Hero MAGADEMIA, a parody of the Japanese hit My Hero Academia, hits comic shops on Wednesday, March 28, and is already stirring up all kinds of outraged angst on Twitter.
In My Hero MAGADEMIA, the Trump figure is named "Wall Might," a nod to the Japanese manga hero "All Might."
"Wall Might is America's mightiest hero!" reads the description, "Wielding the cumulative power of E Pluribus Unum, he was summoned by the Deplorables to fight the forces of the shadow government and their minions. When the forces of evil punch him, he punches back twice as hard!" The book is full of hilarious jabs at the Deep State, including some pretty side-splitting depictions of familiar swamp dwellers.
PJM reached out to Timothy Lim, creator of Wall Might, for his opinion of the online hatred being flung at him over this project. "Our publisher, Antarctic Press, has made numerous books before and after the election that poke good-natured fun at Trump," he said. "Yet it is only now when they give a right-leaning creative team a fair shake at their own spoof that the rabid, SJW Left is in a tizzy about it." Lim continued, "From their terrible lack of understanding of parody, satire, and fair use laws to their hyperbolic statements and screeching about our work, it is very telling of the double standard that these ideologues have. Unlike other properties whose characters have been altered beyond recognition by agenda-driven scribes in an official manner, ours remains solely a comedic, independent, and divorced work."
What makes the upset especially fun is that the SJWs at Marvel, DC, and Image Comics have for years taken official beloved characters and turned them into unrecognizable virtue-signalers pushing transgender and queer agendas. When Marvel took away Captain Marvel's buxom figure and gave her man-boobs, SJWs applauded and called it progress. Any comics fan who no longer finds the flat-chested Carla Danvers attractive or interesting is a "sexist." When IDW comics creators turned a popular G.I. Joe male character into an overweight woman, hilarity ensued.
The far leftists, who infiltrated the comics industry (and turned Iceman gay late in life), are boiling mad over a parody comic. I wonder how they would feel if the All Might comics creators had turned him into a Trumpian character for real. This is what it would take in order for the SJWs in the comics industry to understand what comics fans have been through. As usual, SJWs are myopic and reactionary figures, leading them to completely miss the glaring hypocrisy of complaining about a satire of a comic book character while not caring at all about original and much-loved comics being gutted and rewritten as social justice political propaganda.