Comic Book Convention Bans Straight White Males from Industry Meetups

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
March 4, 2017

Comic Con: you will not find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.

The whole gamergate thing was, in a way, a reaction by vidya fans to prevent their hobby from catching the same disease that ravaged the comic book world.

Comic books were always pretty Jewish, but until the 21st century the heroes were at least normal White people, for the most part. However, insane SJW’s infiltrated the industry and pozzed it beyond recognition.

Who is this supposed to appeal to? Certainly not comic fans.

Will it get better?

No, of course not. It’s only going to get worse – much worse.


White, heterosexual males have been systematically excluded from all pre-convention industry meetups at this year’s Emerald City Comic Convention (ECCC) in Seattle, reports say.

All in the name of equality, of course.


According to the convention website, there are three mixers and meetups for members of the comic book and publishing industry — artists, writers, editors, and those who are looking for work in the industry. According to the descriptions of the events, every single one of them is aimed at one minority or another, and none welcome white, heterosexual men.

In other words, this is an opportunity to make contacts and get hired to work in the comics industry. By excluding straight White males, they’re insuring that normal people won’t get hired in the industry.

The organizers of the convention are doing everything they can to make comics even more degenerate than they already are – a tall order.

How could it possibly get any worse? I shudder to imagine.

The ECCC Meetups schedule on the convention website features a mixer for “industry women and genderqueer” participants. There is a second mixer for “industry people of color.” Then there is one for “LGBTQIA” insiders.

But, apparently, white males are excluded from the events where people meet to pass resumes, shake hands, and meet with industry insiders to look for future employment and opportunities.

Jon Del Arroz, a Hispanic comics and science fiction writer, pointed out the bias on his website, saying that the lack of events for white men is part of a “flurry of discrimination” seen at a number of recent conventions.

So this kind of policy isn’t limited to this convention, but is endemic in the industry.

Not surprising.

White males are generally open and welcoming, but when freaks, women and minorities start pouring in, they conspire to keep us out completely and take over the field. So it’s inevitable that any organization or industry that doesn’t explicitly keep out “diversity” will eventually be fully controlled by trannies and brown people.

Case in point.