• Political Correctness is Evil

    Here at the Freedom Forge we’re against censorship. We’re also against the tyranny of political correctness, which is a form of censorship. All across the western world, political correctness and its proponents are revealing themselves as extreme fascists. An example today in the UK is a perfect example. A YouTuber named Count Dankula, who is

  • A Post Literate Society

    Remember Borders and B. Dalton’s? They were chain bookstores that are no longer with us. Barnes & Noble struggles to survive, slashing book inventory, turning more and more floor space over to toys, collectibles, DVDs, and games. New DVDs cost anywhere from twenty to fifty dollars. While there are fans who are happy to pay

  • The End of Fiction?

    A totalitarian pall has been cast on the fiction business which is one of the reasons the Freedom Forge exists. The culture has been contaminated by scolds, ideologues, racists and other extremists, who, like all villains, think they’re the good guys. Instead, they are an evil kind of gatekeeper trying to decide what reality they

  • Freedom Forge is also a Publisher

    If you’ve come to the site in the last couple of days you should be familiar with the fact that we promote the work of creators who belong to the forge. We’re serious about stories that are entertaining and more classical in nature, verses polemics. And you may be a little surprised that most of

  • The Freedom Forge

    Over the past decade, all forms of entertainment have become a toxic media landscape of one-sided politics, social agendas, and relentless campaigns aimed at tearing down individual thought and subverting American culture. Not only creators, but fans and even casual viewers suffered from the takeover of the mainstream platforms in comics, music, books, gaming, animation,

  • The Toxic Culture of SJWs

    One of the reasons so many creators have signed up for the Freedom Forge is because the culture at many companies has become poisoned by ideological ‘gatekeepers’; editors and assistant editors, who are leftwing ideologues. Many of the people in these positions do not love comics or know anything about the rich history. They are

  • Comics for Dummies

    There’s a whole bunch of excuses for why monthly comic sales are down in one of the longest sales-slumps in the history of the business. They range from the price being too high to competition from the Internet and video games. And before you go thinking this is another “woe is us” essay on the

  • The Conservatism of Nexus

    By Mike Baron Many superheroes have conservative beginnings. If men were benign there would be no need for superheroes. Life was simpler in 1939 when Bob Kane and Bill Finger created Batman. Batman’s motivation, like that of so many comic book good guys, was to right a wrong, in this case, the murder of his