Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Primetime

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Thatguy

Subj: Re: Nope.
Posted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 at 07:48:50 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Nope.
Posted: Sun Mar 11, 2007 at 02:58:52 pm EDT

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McDuffie's a fine writer, but he's also a respectful writer. Normally that's not a problem, but with Hudlin's writing, it is. I've little doubt McDuffie will follow Hudlin's characterization, and I'm not fond of that.

> McDuffie's a fine writer, but he's also a respectful writer. Normally that's not a problem, but with Hudlin's writing, it is. I've little doubt McDuffie will follow Hudlin's characterization, and I'm not fond of that.

Translation: "Any friend of Hudlin is an enemy of mine."

There is enormous room for any writer to write a chacter his own way while staying in sinc with the character's happenings in another book. Based on the "mentor" status Hudlin gives to McDuffie, in all likelihood, Hudlin will be attempting to follow McDuffie's lead. But it is totally unfair to pre-judge his characterization of T'Challa based on your personal dislike for Hudlin and his writing as opposed to its own merits. Did you judge Bendis's depiction of Panther similarly or Eric Dickie's?


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