More and more comic book industry pros are leaving Twitter altogether. Mark Millar is the latest to give Twitter the bird in favor of his own (non-Substack) newsletter. Has the comic book industry started to wise up that Twitter is NOT the real world… and is full of crazy cyber stalkers and cancel culture outrage mobs? Maybe.
Meanwhile, other comics creators like Marvel writer Dan Slott become MORE active on the toxic platform, even telling his followers to pore through users’ Twitter timelines to find reportable offenses. What?!
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