New York Times, and has stopped selling the poster and destroyed the rest of its stock. The poster depicted Pepe with InfoWars founder Alex Jones, President Donald Trump, Milo Yiannopoulos, Kellyanne Conway, Matt Drudge, Roger Stone, and other individuals embraced by the alt-right.
Furie sued last year after InfoWars appropriated his character for its poster, arguing that it was protected political speech (see "Pepe the Frog Creator Sues InfoWars"). Furie will donate a portion of the $15,000 settlement to Save the Frogs, an amphibian conservation charity, according to the report.
Pepe the Frog comics are published by Fantagraphics Books.
For Pepe the Frog Infringement
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12-Issue Series Ties In to New Netflix 'Dark Crystal' Prequel
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BOOM! Studios has announced a 12-issue comic book series, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance that is based on a story by Jeffrey Addis and Will Mathews, who are writing the new Netflix prequel video series The Dark Crystal: The Age of Resistance.