Ted, who was NOT ultimately fired by IDW (but got a stern talking to and had to stand in the time-out corner) has been reblogging posts about Ferguson for some time now. The protest movement, coincidentally aligns with the timeframe of the latest Humble Bundle release, which happens to be the very comics he works on.
The My Little Pony Humble Bundle is slated to be available for the next 2 weeks. Which would be great, except for the following post that Ted supports:
A National Boycott of all commerce between November 19th and December 3rd, in protest of the Ferguson grand jury decision. "Do Not Spend One Dollar" one flier reads "#NOTONEDIME"" reads another.
We at Horse News offer a solution.
The Humble Bundle is actually a charity effort, and you can decide where your money goes, choosing between the Humble Bundle, IDW, and the Hasbro Children's Fund.
Because boycotting all commerce is as ridiculous as it is nearly impossible, we suggest that if you DO choose to get the bundle, to slide all of your money towards either the Children's fund, or towards the Humble Bundle itself.
Many have been boycotting IDW comics ever since the Anderson Incident, and this opportunity would allow people to acquire all of the comics legally without giving Ted Anderson or IDW a penny, and dumping all of the money into charity instead.
Because THAT would actually HELP people.
Learn more about a chance to actually help people here https://www.humblebundle.com/books