This reminds of an intern that was a while back at my work. All employees have mini PCs at their desks.
>Intern has PC issues
>IT tells him to reboot the PC
>The intern turns off the screen
>I take it that you haven't seen how the "Comicsgate" crowd are pushing the same narrative, but from the opposite end. In that they also declare that Japanese writing is terrible, but give it a pass for becoming popular because everything else is so shit.
A lot of people in comicsgate are the same ones who in mid 2000s argued that manga and anime will never catch on. All while bookstores were making more room for manga, manga sales were on an upswing, and Marvel was experimenting with mangaverse. Most of them never read anything outside of capeshit and GI Joe comics.
Even the SJWy ones are far less preachy than western equivalents. And there aren't many of these in French. Quite a few of them would be seen as problematic in the U.S. in fact.
English digital translations sell well enough for publishers like Image to betting on publishing physical versions of them. European Conan comics were outselling Marvel's version, and that's in spite of zero marketing and bing unable to use word "Conan" or "The Barbarian" on the cover.