Comedian Bill Maher has been on fire for a blog post where he suggests that comic book readers are immature and addressed to Stan Lee, just days after his death.
Maher's idea of a serial culture was published on his Real time with Bill Maher blog on saturday. He appears equivalent series of arrested development in American culture and caters for adults who love "kid stuff". The post "Adulting" comes less than a week after Stan Lee died at age 95. Lee was a comic bookwriter behind Marvel Series's most iconic super heroes.
"The guy who created Spider-Man and Hulk has died, and America is in sorrow. Deep deep sadness for a man who inspired millions, I do not know, watching a movie, I suppose," wrote Maher. "The assumption that everyone had returned [when I was a kid], both adults and The children were that the series were for children, and when you grew up, you moved to big boys books without the pictures. "
Maher writes that sometime over the last 20 years, "adults decided that they did not have to give up children's stuff" and "pretending comic books were actually sophisticated literature."
Maher capped this blog post by claiming that comics did not make people any "stupid" but that we are now using our smart ones on stupid things.
"I do not think it's a big stretch that suggests that Donald Trump could only be chosen in a country that thinks that comics are important." He wrote.
Maher's comments about Lee and comic book fans, just a few days after legend's transition, do not fit well with many