Name: Greg Leclair
I will stick with my Disney stock
I understand the reasoning behind trumpeting every new issue as the new hotness. But I agree, it would interesting to see what would happen if the big two just released some good stories and let a few issues happen. I think legitimate buzz could do as good or better a job than the bland repetitive Previews/ Comic Shop News blurbs.
Accidental classics. i like it,
EARLY 80s TEAM ...BABY!!!!!
Also......Marvel: Bring back the real Vision!!!
Clearly, Mr. Turitzin should have had security remove the fan at last year's meeting.........
I have no idea how this will play out in the longer term, but i expect a noticeable increase in unit sales for the first several months of the new pricing system (ie..fans like me will likely buy a few extra titles with the money "we save").
Nice Job as always Jason.
Firstly, John I love the work you do on Word Balloon. Tahnks for all you do
Question for Ed: If you were esked to adapt ANY existing film into a comic, what would it be.
(Could be a one shot or a series or whatever you like, you get to pick your art team and you get paid to do it)
Thanks, Greg Leclair, Toronto
Nice article. It nicely summed up my similar feeleings on recent changes on creators and books.
I just recently read approximatelty 30+ books with the red Hulk in them. I see no reason to ever read another again. yet, if i want to enjoy my Avengers, I am required to suck it up. Bah.
I bought Action with Lex Luthor partly for Cornell, but partly to tell Lex "thanks and keep up the good work opposing he Big Boy Scout".
solid article Jason. good job
You stole the Seinfeld analogy right out of my mouth