The new documentary delves into how the alt right co-opted Matt Furie's creation, and the impossible task of containing anything on the internet.
Artist Matt Furie opens up about how his creation changed his life and changed the internet in a new documentary.
“The goal is to keep up this enforcement so that no one out there is using Pepe in connection with hateful messages and expecting to make any money off of it.”
The defendant will suggest to a federal court that her appropriation of Pepe is protected on "religious grounds as a Kekistani."
The alt-right promises to fight for the right to shitpost.
'Pepe is a peaceful frog who represents togetherness and fun—not hate.'
Lawyers served notices to Reddit, Richard Spencer, Baked Alaska, and Mike Cernovich.
Pepe the Frog's daddy, Matt Furie, wants to Make Pepe Mundane Again.
"I've made my mark on the internet, so I can relax. I'm retired now, living off all the shares and likes."