By the time he does something, the comic book industry will have completely dried up. It's already moved toward graphic novels in lieu of comic books, and that requires considerably more literary talent than JG has displayed, and people will likely be viewing those graphic novels on iPods and Kindles.
Even if he could turn out that mythical comic book, who is going to shell out several dollars to buy it? Where is the market? Are kids going to spend $3 or more for something that can be read in 10 or 15 minutes? Does he think he can make a living turning out his self published comics?
Somehow, I see JG trolling the internet forever...and not doing much else. If he had a burning desire to be an artist, he'd be creating all the time, and welcoming the fact he can display his work on the internet, rather than worrying so much about copyrights.
A friend of mine, who is not a professional artist, recently began putting up some of his paintings on Facebook, simply to share them with friends and family, and he's suddenly been getting offers from people who want to buy them. He's delighted, but not yet sure he wants to start selling his work. The internet is a fantastic showcase. But you have to have work to show...and you have to be ready for criticism...