Clueless people, sure. Print ads for the Handmaid’s tale depict a lady missing an eye, the socket crudely stitched-up. Early in the show a gay man is shown publicly hanged. Depicting things isn’t the same as condoning them.
How so? Have comics during the last boom sold better than the last one in the glorious 90s when the first issue of Turok sold almost a million copies? Properties that originated in comics are obviously bigger than ever, though.
Yeah, apart from the rare Moore stuff, Crossed must be their best selling book - I have over a hundred issues of it (I called off my standing order last year) - and most of the art is really quite bad.
Burrows’ stuff is okay in a very plain, 80s-DC-house-style kind of way, and there might have been one or two other passable/interesting artists among the rotating teams, but so much of it is incredibly poor from design, storytelling, rendering, and technical points of view.