...since a good majority of Hudlin's detractors, especially on this board, do so while asking for the return of Priest (another black writer), it seems even less of a "racial" issue.
> > > > We had a heated debate a while ago. But why wouldn't you think your views or things that I have read by you would be deemed just a little racially insensitive?
> > >
> > > ...given that the crux of my complaints against Hudlin have been that he's writing Panther poorly, and his writing doesn't do the character justice.
> > it be that I don't accept Hudlin's word as the end all, be all on racial matters?
> > Nobody said he was..I agree with that BUT, he has his flaws as do all writers, but I think he points out societal realities that cannot be avoided...
> Not very well, as others have observed.
> > Just think about it even if Hudlin's writing sucks, your commentary is consistent with things most black people hear when a black character is written in an empowering fashion. I don't see why anybody wouldn't bring that up.
> Because not once has my arguement been 'Panther is too strong, too cool', or some other self justifying (on the part of Hudlin) rant. Rather, my arguements are that Hudlin lessens Panther with his attempts at making Panther stronger. It's not that Hudlin is making Panther stronger that bothers me, rather, it's the fact that he's not doing the job right!
> Seems to me that's a bit too abstract for Hudlin supporters to really wrap their minds around.
> ...since a good majority of Hudlin's detractors, especially on this board, do so while asking for the return of Priest (another black writer), it seems even less of a "racial" issue.
Haven't you heard, Priest is an Uncle Tom who writes Panther weak so as not to scare off the racist white readers he cares too much about.
At least, that's the insinuation every time someone needs to reconcile "Priest fan" with "racist."
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