There’s been a lot of hoo-hah lately about moral high grounds, and people quitting their jobs (sort of) or calling for boycotts over which creator is being treated how by what publisher.
I get that people want to find their own ethical path in life. And I’m glad that folks are helpfully pointing out the pathway to others. Now it’s my turn.
CAUTION: Satire and irony ahead.
The world is far less confusing when it’s all in black and white. I’m doing a public service, no need to thank me.
(NOTE: Full disclosure: The series TERRA OBSCURA was illustrated by a friend of mine, Yanick Paquette. I felt bad about it, but the last time he was in Toronto, I ran him down with my car.)
Ty the Guy OUT!
Here now, your BONUS ethically challenged BLACK TERROR moment.
The wife often works for a Canadian webcomic/webseries called “HEROES OF THE NORTH“, that includes an iteration of Black Terror amongst their characters. She’s colouring a BLACK TERROR story as we speak.
Damn, now I have to divorce her. The kids will understand. It’s about ethics.