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Welcome to comic book fandom in 2018, James Wan.
The filmmaker responsible for the DCEU’s biggest hit yet, “Aquaman,” is now experiencing the darker side of comic book filmmaking – the fans. What used to be called “passionate” is now just “toxic.” The fans of comic book films (and genre films, in general) seem to have turned a corner in recent years, not only praising and loving all things superhero, but also deciding that if they didn’t like it, to mercilessly bash anyone with a differing opinion.
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And even though the general fan consensus is that “Aquaman” is a lot of fun, there are many (such as this writer), who think the film is utter garbage. And since you aren’t allowed to have differing opinions on social media, some “fans” have taken it upon themselves to harass and bully those who don’t agree with the idea that “Aquaman” is great.
This alarming trend has been brought to the attention of Wan, and he’s doing his best to combat the bullying among fans – by tweeting about it.
Wan recently tweeted:
“It has come to my attention that some folks are getting harassed by some fans for not liking [‘Aquaman’]. Please don’t do that. Not the kind of support I want. Be...
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