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.
I'm not sure that I saw this article from a few weeks back, from Oliver Sava at AV Club throwing a spotlight on a few webcomics ventures with black female creators involved. I certainly wouldn't know if there was a follow-up controv...
“Zines are a great way to do whatever the hell you want,” says Matt Furie, creator of Boy’s Club.
Esquire reports: In 2005, Matt Furie—then in his early 20s—created a comic book called Boys Club in which a cartoon frog named Pepe acted out the dumb, laid-back stoner culture of post-college bros. Pepe, along with a wolf, a dancin...
Matt Furie's "Boy's Club," where Internet icon Pepe the Frog was born, makes its way from MySpace to print in a new collection.