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` Earlier this week, we received a tip following up on our Has DC Done Something Stupid Today counter reset for the company publishing the fourth and final issue of their First Contact crossover before the delayed third issue. The tip was about the whitewashing of another character, Kaizen Gamorra, a villain from Wildstorm’sThe Authority. I’ll let the tipster, who asked to remain anonymous, tell you all about it:
It’s an odd thing anymore, to be surprised by a comic book. It’s even stranger when the surprise comes well after (ok, maybe a half an hour) one has finished reading said comic, but that is exactly what happened after I finished Greg Rucka (Queen & Country, Punisher, Gotham Central) and Toni Fejzula’s (Cthulhu) new Dark Horse comic, Veil…