Woke or SJW is used to loosely mean that it has modern leftist/left leaning themes. But people call stuff woke just for having rather basic things. Like a comic doesn't need to be full of communism to be called woke. People can get angry at it just having diversity, like a black or gay character.
Political themes can be written well or written badly. if you have a literal bad strawman character voicing your opponents views, then the political theme is unnuanced and bad. America was a bad comic. The writer had no experience with comics. The art was bad. The dialogue was cringey, regardless of its political intention, it was bad. Guess what? It got cancelled. Yet people still bring it up like it is the norm.
The problem is when people say SJW they mean such a broad thing that, like I previously said, Immortal Hulk can be called SJW for one page or two pages. Those pages clearly had a political intent. Made a point. Not cringey like America Chavez. But people call it bad BECAUSE it made a political point they don't like. The difference is: people who scream SJW hate political views they don't like. What I am saying is: HOW you express a political view is important to writing. How don't you get this? SJW is used as a label for "political points I don't like".
Imagine if you and I wrote a book with conservative themes. And like previously mentioned, I used a strawman character to voice views and didn't do it in a naturalistic way. That would be badly written. Now imagine that any book, just for having one small thing that someone saw as conservative, was called "alt right". This is the equivalent. People scream SJW shit at everything. What you should say is: this book has good or bad political writing. >>120102804>Every Ditko's comic
Except all his Spider-Man comics with Stan Lee.>>120102788
Bait is so obvious now lad. Grell GA is one of the best runs and you've never read it.>>120102887
Like pissing in the wind.