DC Comics Is Done Forever

DC Comics Is Done Forever

I have no idea what Daniel Cherry was brought in to do at DC but this is what he has done.

And no Superman’s prison rape was not some Elseworlds thing, it was the main timeline.

What needs to be remembered here is that the Discovery is taking over Warner in mid-2022. Which means no one is watching what the Wokeites are doing. Or rather no one cares, because they are all wondering who is going to survive the next round of merger purge.

DC comics was well on track to being shut down and outsourced when Ma Bell finally screamed, “fuck it!” And spun off Warner Brothers. Which granted DC Comics a temporary stay of well-deserved execution. Most of the people who knew anything about comic books had already been let go.

Daniel Cherry was brought in from Activision to be the brand manager. He is very much a prog Wokeite and the only reason I can think of for hiring him is to deliberately brand damage DC Comics so badly that no one will think twice about shuttering the house that Superman and Batman built.

Anyway, he’s the guy who hired a TV crime writer named John Ridley and turned Clark Kent over to him. Ridley won an Oscar for writing 12 Years a Slave which is why the Baizou like to pretend they’ve heard of him or seen his movie.

So far as Cherry and Ridely are concerned, It’s all part of the Left Spinning Deathroll. There is absolutely nothing they can do to save DC Comics. More people will steal the next issue of Demon Slayer than will buy the entire run of Daniel Ridley’s Superman prison bitch slashfic. American comic books exist soley as a corporate charity at this point. And the new entity of Warner Brothers Discovery is going to be heavily in debt and cash strapped. They are all going to lose their jobs BUT if they can reasonably claim they are out of work because they just went too far to the Left, then they will be heroes of the Revolution and won’t be out of work for long.

Ultimately Warner Brothers doesn’t care because the DC heroes can’t be sold at this point. Or at least no one will buy them.

In eleven years, Superman, Lois Lane, Metropolis and the Daily Planet all go into the Public Domain. In a little over ten years, anybody can write a Superman comic book and sell it.* Batman becomes public property that same year. Three years later Wonder Woman joins them. Flash, Green Lantern, Sandman, Doctor Fate, and Hawkman would have already been in Public Domain for a year.

That’s it for the Justice League.

Aquaman is safe though. Warner Brother will still own Aquaman.

Okay, I’m done here.

*Learn bout trademark law before you try it.

UPDATE: It would appear DC Comics could stand to learn a thing or two about trademarks. “Truth, Justice, and the American Way” slipped into the public domain when their lawyers weren’t looking. This is the real reason they switched to “Truth, Justice and a Better Tomorrow.”

CORRECTION: While this was based on a Silver Age story where Superman is depowered by Red Kryptonite, and thrown in a gulag (along with Batman). Superman Red And Blue is not canonical. This was a one-off by various Woke writers focusing on a color scheme of only red and blue. Red was always the color of evil in this comic.

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Comments (14)

  • Fozzy Bear Reply

    Yeah, you may be able to freely copy OG Superman in 2013, Congress willing, but without any of his later abilities, characteristics, or relationships with ancillary characters. Basically no flights, less tights.

    January 4, 2022 at 3:27 am
    • Fozzy Bear Reply

      *2033, as per autocorrect.

      January 4, 2022 at 3:28 am
    • doug whiddon Reply

      He’ll get his flight back in 2035. It only took 2 years before Superman officially flew (first in the 1940 radio show, then for one issue of the 1941 comic, then everywhere.)

      But, I guess Public Domain Superman will have to grow as a character just as the original did.

      January 5, 2022 at 6:41 am
  • Dave W. Reply

    Every time I think there’s nothing that the wokeites can do to surprise me, they try real hard with something like this. Ye gods.

    January 4, 2022 at 6:32 am
  • EXALT Reply

    “Ridley won an Oscar for writing 12 Years a Slave which is why the Baizou like to pretend they’ve heard of him or seen his movie.”
    Hey! It was all the rage for about two weeks in 2013!
    Anyway, a rapid check on Wikepedia reveals that, in the movie, “[Michael Fassbender] regularly rapes [Lupita Nyong’o] while his wife abuses and humiliates her out of jealousy.” So the guy has a bit of a recurring theme which I’m certain has nothing to do with his private proclivities.

    January 4, 2022 at 3:21 pm
    • Gryunt Scarhide Reply

      So many “progresssive” filmmakers make movies full of “gun violence” and rape and torture, one would almost buy into pop-psych diagnoses-at-a-distance like “projection” and “emotionally disturbed”.

      January 4, 2022 at 11:46 pm
  • Robert W Reply

    Rubble gotta fall hard to bounce back

    January 4, 2022 at 6:39 pm
  • Chief_Tuscaloosa Reply

    At this pace, anyone taking bets on how long until Superman (fondly) remembers a former assignation with Father McGillicuty when Clark was an altar boy?

    January 5, 2022 at 12:28 am
  • Marielle Redclaw Reply

    You know, you can create a Superman book right now and release it into the wild. No one can make money on it now, but it would be a great way to tweak the woke scumfilth.

    Go forth! Create new comics, web strips, short stories, novels, audio plays, with DC characters, and flood the internets.

    January 5, 2022 at 2:30 am
    • newscaper Reply

      Copyright doesnt work that way. Its that they own and control it period, and you used it wo permission.
      Whether you made money off it is irrelevant except for calculating extra civil damages.

      Of course a flood of such activity could leave them unable to keep up w takedown notices.

      January 5, 2022 at 5:17 am
    • Patrick McNally Reply

      Why would anyone want to produce comics with such old characters now? They’ve all been worn out for a long time. It would be a bad idea for anyone to try producing new comics today with characters from more than 3 decades ago. The comic industry should have been retiring its old characters back then in a tasteful way. They blew that chance.

      January 6, 2022 at 6:46 am
      • The Dark Herald Reply

        They’ve tried repeatedly.

        The replacements they come up with never take off. Even when they weren’t Woke they did about as well as the Muslim Ms. Marvel.

        January 6, 2022 at 12:30 pm
        • Patrick McNally Reply

          Unfortunately, they never resolved on seriously retiring characters. They would introduce new characters, but never retire old ones. That worked up to a point. The X-Men first grew to prominence with a whole new team in the 1970s. Then in later decades there would be successive spin-offs like New Mutants and Generation X. For a while it kind of worked. But the fact that new creations were always competing with old ones meant that the whole thing was handicapped. They would have had to do something like put the Fantastic Four and Spider-Man in full blown retirement around 1990 in order to start rejuvenating the broad scheme.

          January 8, 2022 at 9:29 pm
  • furor kek tonicus ( i demand that Joe Biden disavow his treasonous endorsement of "Let's go Brandon" ) Reply

    you know the most important part of this story?
    .
    NOBODY NOTICED IT for 9 months. this happened back in fricking MARCH.
    .
    and not a single person at a single one of the semi-pro Woke critic sites/channels ( Doomcunt, Nerdrotic ( who owned a comic shop for years ), Drinker, RKOutpost, GeeksandGamers, ComicsArtistPro, etc ) noticed it for the better part of a year. nor did their fans. because many of these stories get fed to them by their fans .
    .
    American comics are already dead with respect to pop culture.

    January 6, 2022 at 1:41 am

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