Nail/Coffin: “Dilbert” Distributor Cuts Ties With Adams

Axios reports:

Andrews McMeel Universal, the distributor of the long-running “Dilbert” comic strip, announced late Sunday that it was “severing” ties with creator Scott Adams.

A slew of newspapers around the country announced that they would no longer publish “Dilbert” after Adams went on a racist rant during a livestream of his YouTube show.

He called Black Americans a “hate group” and said white people should “get the hell away from” them. The distributor’s decision to drop the comic strip could dramatically curb its reach around the world. It was published in 2,000 newspapers in 65 countries, according to Andrews McMeel.

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