[Millar's] comics are like power fantasies that don’t want to push things too far. Power fantasy without risk. and he’s working with so many fantastic artists. He’s got Frank Quitely drawing a lesser version of the Authority. (that they both already worked on) Romita Jr doing his shitty teenager version of year one, & Duncan Fegredo working on something described as “The Fast and the Furious’ without cars” and then this Starlight is the story of the Dad from the Incredibles going back to Flash Gordon’s world.
If I was some evil genius that gained power by having good artists work on sub par ideas I would invent Mark Millar.
"How many people in the audience have heard of Martian Manhunter? ... How many people that raised their hands have ever been laid?"
Here’s what I think, and just so everyone is clear I don’t know David, I’ve never met him, I had absolutely no dog in this fight.
I will answer your question with a question: how come professional writers are not allowed to spew silly nerd nonsense but everyone else is?
every day I open my tumbler ask box to so many questions and so many comments that are about a range of subjects that are equally ridiculous or even more ridiculous to the point of making no logical sense whatsoever. :-)
it was comic book day today and many of you went to the store and many of you engaged in silliness of equal or greater value.
if this guy wants to spout off nonsense about she Hulk or Martian ManHunter he is allowed to.
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