I’m sure you’re aware of that thing. I sure am and I don’t follow comics at all. I trust your reaction was the sane and reasonable “HORRIFIC CLUELESS INSANITY” with flung objects, which is how all right-thinking people naturally reacted to the thing about Captain America actually being evil.
Here is a post from Renay at Lady Business: Captain America: Steve Rogers – The Only Power Left to Us is Money, in which she sanely and rationally suggests a boycott.
Boycotts work when they target specific behavior. A wholesale Marvel/Disney boycott is ineffective; they’re diversified (curse them for being smart at business, and also, billionaires). cover of Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 with Steve, Sam, and Sharon running toward the viewer Refusing to buy and removing from your pull or digital subscription list Captain America: Steve Rogers #2 (June 29, 2016) and all subsequent issues will be more effective than swearing off all Marvel comics. Also, it doesn’t punish other creative people at Marvel who had no control over this situation. That sends a message to Marvel, The Company: this comic/plotline is not profitable! That’s easier for them to grasp than nuanced discussions about history and cultural respect that it’s clear they have no interest in listening to at this particular time. Although it doesn’t hurt to tell them, either, by writing emails or letters to outline exactly why you aren’t supporting the comic. This post has a longer list on how to make financial decisions that impact this specific comic that are active rather than reactive.
I don’t know that this suggestion is necessary — is anyone planning to buy Issue #2? Anyone? Surely not. Sheer revulsion should do the trick without an official boycott. But hey, I hope the half dozen people were were going to go on with the comic decide to join this boycott instead.
Anyway, if by chance you were not aware of this thing with turning Captain America evil, this post offers a good roundup of links, so you can click through and find out all about it. As far as I’m concerned, it takes the number one spot for Most Awful Plot Twist Ever. And as I say, I don’t even follow comics.