The honest fact is, nowadays, “plebcomics” is just about a household name, and it’s one that the SJ community does not take seriously anymore. I remember no one really talked about Abby, probably because they were afraid of her and her rabid fanbase, who are capable of getting a trans child outed to their abusive, transphobic parents, if you remember that drama. But hey, Abby and her fanbase care about REAL tran*s*e*s*, as shown by every comic she makes about trans people and “transtrenders”, so it’s alright! :) It’s not like these trans and questioning kids’ safety matters.
But ever since she doxxed herself, she’s a thing to mock. At least no one I know takes her seriously anymore, and we regularly make fun of her work. Sometimes we doodle silly little “Your Life As A Plebcomic” scenarios where we turn ourselves into shrieking harpy SJWs and turn our friends and enemies alike into Rational, Calm, Anti-SJ Author Inserts. And honestly, bringing up her name alone is sure to get a laugh.
She’s even started to alienate normal people-tier liberals with a few of her comics (which apparently do not reflect her views at all, if you look at her side bar. Which is a crock of bullshit.), so you have to wonder, why DID she come back? Is that full regressive conservative audience (or conservative-in-denial audience) really worth knowing no one takes you seriously anymore?
These screaming irrational SJWs have real, complex, meaningful rebuttals to your content, and it’s getting harder and harder to strawman them (which she’s made it clear she does, even when she does leave sources). They aren’t scared anymore, and it shows. Their criticisms of your work are calm, logical, and honestly, they are laughing at you.