That wasn't my main point.
I believe your main point was misogyny isn't so inherently awful that it merits being singled out in a comic that also expresses hatred for men. I actually agree with that but I wouldn't edit it out of an existing review (I do not believe you were in favor of that either).
I wanted to weigh in on something I couldn't find to quote, regarding the difference between sexism and misogyny/misandry/misanthropy. My understanding is it is a nuanced difference. Sexism is more about expectations whereas the three hatreds mentioned are much more rooted in emotions.
For example, if you have a pet dog, you likely view that dog as exponentially less intelligent than a human being. That's a prejudice people don't think about because it will always be correct. However, you don't hate the dog as a result of thinking it's stupider than humans and always will be, because being intellectually on par with humans isn't why you'd have a pet dog in the first place. Sexism works like that; you attribute positive or negative expectations to someone but there's no emotional connection to the expectations. It may just be based on bad, unchallenged information you've had rattling around in your head so long you don't recall where you even learned it.
Gender hatred, on the other hand, tend to be personal. The obvious example is someone who feels like they're never going to have a good relationship, so they hate their desired gender for what really is their own problem. Instead of just believing men are too aggressive or women are unreliable you get an "and that's why they're subhuman"
added to the end.