The war between the Humane Society of the U.S. (HSUS) and certain agriculture and hunting groups has grown so intense that the conflict now includes a comic book about Ellen DeGeneres.
There’s a company, you see, that is publishing a series of comics called “Female Force," telling the stories of famous women, such as Sarah Palin and Barbara Walters. DeGeneres is famous, being, after all, a judge for American Idol. So Bluewater Productions produced a comic book about her. DeGeneres asked that any proceeds from the book go, in part, to HSUS.
“The move has outraged pro-hunting supporters in the U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance who oppose the HSUS campaigns to ban hunting and to seek the regulation of dog breeders,” reported David Bentley. The hunters said HSUS hurts farmers and sportsmen and demanded the comic be withdrawn.
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