In a statement released to the press, Phelps insists the reason he decided to target Comic-Con this year was, " have turned comic book characters into idols," followed by the some ambiguous Bible verses before going on to insinuate that Comic-Con is nothing more than a place where us geeks go to worship at the altars of Superman, Batman and the various creative talents behind them.
While Fred Phelps and the Westboro Baptist Church work hard to offend everyone outside of their inner circle, their supposed upcoming presence at this year's San Diego Comic-Con might be best served by sheer indifference.
Creator Kelly Sue DeConnick, joined by husband Matt Fraction and others, has spearheaded the "God Loves Batman" charity
Comic-Con goers, beware: The man who believes that god hates...well...everyone but his family, really, is headed to San Diego on July 22.
I'll do the Internet a favor and refrain from linking to Fred Phelps' official Westboro Baptist Church site, but here's his church's case for making the trek to SDCC: Are you kidding?! If these people would spend even some of the energy that they spend on these comic books, reading the Bible, well no high hopes here. They have turn
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