Related Report: Geoff Johns Nixed Idea Of Superman’s Grandfather Being Black in Krypton. USA Today reached out to the former Mrs. Johns, Anissa Dorsey, and she is standing by him. In a statement, she said she “will always believe he is innocent of these racist stories and fictitious allegations against him.”
It turns out that Geoff Johns might actually be in the clear and might not be the villain of the DCEU as he has been made out to be. Following accusations from Ray Fisher who accused Johns of being a racist while filming the 2017 Justice League movie and involvement in SYFY's Krypton show, USA Today happened to reach out to Johns' ex-wife who is a black woman.
“Watching Geoff Johns being degraded as a racist and cancelled makes me physically ill,” he wrote on Twitter. “He is one of the most gifted and talented creators of the last few decades, someone who knows DC characters inside and out. After having seen Hollywood’s bleak take on them, his fight is real.”
Andrew Gary Johns (born 19 May 1974) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest players in rugby league history.
“Geoff celebrates and supports LGTBQ characters, including Batwoman, who in 2006 was re-introduced as LGBTQ in a comic-book series co-written by Johns,” says Johns’ rep in an email.
His latest comments take aim at DC/Warner Bros. executive Geoff Johns, a longtime DC Comics writer/producer who was recently accused of racist and abusive workplace behavior by Justice League ...