Is saying ‘Racist Nazi White Supremacist,’ redundant? I’ll go with it. Anyways, conservative comic creators Brett R. Smith and Mike Baron are creating a Nazi superhero in the form of white supremacist Kyle Chapman called Based Stickman. They actually tried to get support at San Diego Comic Con 2017. If you do not know Chapman, he is a criminal who has attacked antifa protesters at a rally at Berkeley in March 2017. He was arrested for hitting a protester over the head with a wooden stick. Hence the name Stickman. He also founded a group called the Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights. He claims to be a Nationalist. Chapman has spent a combined 10 years in prison. He has been convicted of robbery, grand theft, he twice violated parole, he sold a shotgun and assault rifle to an illegal underground gun store, he has jumped bail, was homeless as a fugitive. When he was caught, he served five more years in prison. When he was released and his probation ended, he then attacked the Berkeley protester. You can read more about his criminal actions over at: TheSmokingGun.com
Anyone can draw and write what they want. But whether they should do something, that is another thing altogether. Basing a superhero on a criminal racist who attacks others and starts his own group of Nazis is disgusting. Brett R Smith also made Clinton Cash, another graphic novel that was commissioned by white supremacist, Steve Bannon. Both Smith and Mike Baron are complete fucking idiots.