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Matt Furie on the experience of having his Pepe the Frog character hijacked by white supremacists

Before Pepe the Frog was a hate symbol used to promote white supremacists and Donald Trump, he was a sweet webcomics character in Matt Furie's gently weird webcomic Boy's Club. (more…)
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