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‘Darkchylde’ Artist Randy Queen Threatens Legal Action Against Tumblr That Criticized His Art


You may remember artist Randy Queen from his mid-90s creator-owned series Darkchylde, about a young woman whose nightmares become real, and the many, many mentions of his name in Wizard magazine. You may also be familiar with the Tumblr Escher Girls, which is dedicated to pointing out exceedingly unrealistic portrayals of women in comics. If so, maybe you have an idea where this is going.

Throughout its existence, Escher Girls has published its share of Queen drawings with commentary about the strange poses found therein. A bunch of them are still viewable on the Internet Wayback Machine. They're not on the site itself any more, though, because Queen reported those posts to Tumblr, claiming they violated the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. He subsequently took his anger against the Tumblr even further.

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