Sometimes Marvel write Dan Slott tells Christians to go to “Christ-Land” after they win supreme court cases. Sometimes Marvel writer Dan Slott mocks prayer after terror attacks with “God isn’t fixing this” Twitter re-tweets. And sometimes Marvel writer Dan Slott mocks serious prayers by yours truly when he knows deep down that he would never do that to a Muslim comic book critic.

Check out my latest YouTube video if you want to see just how low modern Marvel Comics has fallen. Then ask yourself the following question: When will Disney step in?

BONUS: When all else fails and Marvel writer Dan Slott doesn’t know what to do about my videos, he goes back to his tried and true option — he lies.

 

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About the Author Douglas Ernst

I'm a former Army guy who believes success comes through hard work, honesty, optimism, and perseverance. I believe seeing yourself as a victim creates a self-fulfilling prophecy. I believe in God. I'm a USC Trojan with an MA in Political Science from American University.

7 comments

  1. Slott seems like a very angry man, based on his past behavior and actions, that’s the kind of vibe I get from reading his tweets. It’s this kind of behavior that makes it hard to read the current comics from Marvel.

    1. “I think that what I got from those tweets, is that Mr Slott wasn’t sorry for being a bigot, just sorry he was caoght out / called out on it.”

      Thanks for taking the time to watch and comment, Mary. I think your instincts server you well on this one.

  2. It would matter much less if it happened rarely, or was out of character. You would be shocked if Roger Stern or Tom DeFalco (or even Cullen Bunn, from what I know of him) got on-line and said anything like the stuff that Slott says. Then if they said something outrageous, then apologized and said they’d had a horrible day, you’d likely go, “Well, OK, this is a pretty good dude, everybody has a bad moment.” But Dan Slott has built his own solid reputation, over years, as a bubbling fountain of bigotry and hostility. So his apologies seem insincere.

    1. “But Dan Slott has built his own solid reputation, over years, as a bubbling fountain of bigotry and hostility. So his apologies seem insincere.”

      And remember: It’s only acceptable to politicize a tragedy “the second” afterwards if it forwards Dan Slott’s preferred political agenda.

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