It doesn't matter how many great writers one has on staff if one refuses to let them be creative. That would be like getting the worlds most famous scientists from through-out history & then getting them to work in a homeopathy clinic.... It doesn't matter that you have the complete Manhattan Project working there, homeopathy is still not science.King Snarf wrote:They've been going outside of traditional circles and hiring guys like Brian Clevinger (Atomic Robo, 8-Bit Theater) and Chris Hastings (Dr. McNinja) to write comics for them.
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Actually, I'd rather not see Ethan Nicolle take on more work. I was one of the people who put money down to appear in Bearmageddon as an extra. That was several months ago, and the story still hasn't gotten to a place where extras would be showing up. I think he has good intentions, but he should really cover his current commitments first.King Snarf wrote:Yeah, I don't think Marvel is as bad as you're making it out to be. They've been going outside of traditional circles and hiring guys like Brian Clevinger (Atomic Robo, 8-Bit Theater) and Chris Hastings (Dr. McNinja) to write comics for them. Heck, I wouldn't be surprised if they went and hired the kid who writes Axe Cop to do a story, and that would be THE GREATEST COMIC EVER.
Edit: I know that Malachai is the writer for Axe Cop, but I'm pretty sure that child labor laws mean that he'd be working through a partnership with his brother.