(We reserve the right to edit and/or delete any comments. If your comment is blocked or won't post, e-mail us and we'll post it for you.)
The so-called professionals need to shape up before anyone else does. Their immature behavior online wouldn't be tolerated by anyone outside the entertainment industry.
And while I think harassment is wrong (that goes without saying), these people need to understand that it goes both ways. It isn't exclusively women that get harassed. Hell, I was harassed for a time by an ex-girlfriend (my first girlfriend) in eighth grade after I broke up with her because she cheated on me. Remember the crazy editor from Archie Comics who made those vile comments about her male co-workers/employees? Amazing how quickly that story got swept under the rug because it doesn't fit the PC definition of harassment.
And I love how people get outraged over a stupid cover. The New 52 is terrible, but this latest "controversy" is really a non-issue if you think about it.
Great point about the Archie editor, Carl. *I* had forgotten about that!
I'm just amazed (but not surprised) at how quickly that story disappeared. Like I said, it doesn't fit the PC definition of harassment, which can and does happen to everyone, regardless of gender or whatever.
The Colossus of Rhodey: Correct: There needs to be some changes made in comics. Start with the professionals' attitudes