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

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Thatguy

Subj: Re: Nope.
Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 at 09:13:02 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Nope.
Posted: Thu Mar 15, 2007 at 04:35:37 pm EDT

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> > I'll wait until Hudlin's book dies its eventual death, Marvel gives the Panther the required resting period and then, like Aquaman and Hawkman, who have so many times been given another chance at comic book stardom, the Black Panther will once again be brought to life, hopefully by a writer with actual talent.
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> And it still won't sell.

If we have the same numbers with or without Hudlin, I fail to see the loss should he be removed ;\)

> > > I'll wait until Hudlin's book dies its eventual death, Marvel gives the Panther the required resting period and then, like Aquaman and Hawkman, who have so many times been given another chance at comic book stardom, the Black Panther will once again be brought to life, hopefully by a writer with actual talent.
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> > And it still won't sell.
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> If we have the same numbers with or without Hudlin, I fail to see the loss should he be removed ;\)

Why do you think that Marvel hired him and continues to keep him on? Why do you think that Marvel extended his mini to an ongoing? Apparently they see some benefit in him being on board, whether it be connections with Hollywood, BET, the urban community or something else. So if his lack in writing skill doesn't change the sales numbers, then one would expect other benefits to take priority.


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