#September11 Never Forget the fallen innocent and our gallant heroes still fighting today from 9/11 related illness. We will forever remember their names and honor their sacrifice. #NeverForget #NeverForget911 pic.twitter.com/BuIRVmbPQc— Billy Tucci (@BillyTucci) September 11, 2021
There's also an illustrator named Dean Haspiel:
Drawing I did on my porch on #September11 of my comic book character Ana Ishikawa (aka, Shi). I remember that afternoon waiting, enraged, & feeling helpless to do anything. So many friends & family worked for the #NYPD & #FDNY & we didn't have any word on anyone. #NeverForget pic.twitter.com/Q2dn37Tq1z— Billy Tucci (@BillyTucci) September 11, 2021
There's also Scott Snyder: the aid the jihadists had in Saudi Arabia at the time, and don't even acknowledge the disaster Joe Biden and company caused via their withdrawal from Afghanistan, which was a shocking example of caving to the same horrors, and destroyed hard work built up 2 decades ago. How can you send a message if you don't come up with some kind of a statement or illustration that's damning to the monsters who committed the heinous crime that took place on September 11, 2001? (Also, notice how AWA's main Twitter page says "all the comics fit to print"? That sounds an awful lot like the terrible NY Times.)
20-years ago.— Dean Haspiel (@deanhaspiel) September 11, 2021
Here's a link to a comic I made about my experience on 9/11.https://t.co/mh5TRwB7nN
In addition to that, the mainstream comics industry itself almost entirely forbids any criticism of Islam, and practically excuses it, nor do they pay any tribute to movements like 9-11 Families for a Safe & Strong America, and the French victims of the jihadists who murdered staff members at Charlie Hebdo. If they're not willing to deal with specific issues like these, is it any wonder justice will never truly be served? For now, I'd say Captain America is one of the biggest victims of this PC mentality, and has been for nearly 2 decades already, seeing how Marvel would rather publish stories depicting average Americans as white supremacists. This is the sad state we've reached over the years, due to a lot of terrible communist-style indoctrination that's going on in many liberal establishments everywhere.
And lest I forget, there were quite a few artists and writers who didn't address the subject at all. That too says quite a bit how far we've fallen.
Update: I've found one more artist who's addressed 9-11: Steve Rude:
And I gotta say, the image of Superman waving a USA flag is certainly impressive, making this one of the best contributions that could be made for the 9-11 Memorial day.
To Honor the Heroes of the September 11th Tragedy, a commissioned marker piece of Superman holding up the American Flag. This was a piece drawn in 2019 by the Dude. #911Anniversary #911NeverForget #11Septembre #911Day #911Memorial #Superman #Heroes #SteveRude pic.twitter.com/DsGgAIyBu1— Steve Rude (@steverudeart) September 11, 2021