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Bubba2

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Optic Frost

Subj: Re: What would happen if Reginald Hudlin became...
Posted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 at 03:55:32 pm EDT
Reply Subj: What would happen if Reginald Hudlin became...
Posted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 at 12:57:57 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)

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editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics this year, while JoeyQ left marvel
to go work with another comic company(DC Comics)?

How would Black Panther(and marvel)fanboys react towards this?

Would Marvel Comics remain the same or different(or different in
someway or another)?

What would marvel(and BP) do about this sort of thing?

Would Reggie Hudlin still be the writer of Black Panther?

Would the internet break in half?

And most importantly, would this event inspire more and more
American blacks(especially, american black kids and teens) to
follow in Reggie Hudlin's footsteps or will it just generate
a few american blacks to do so?

So then, any questions/answers/theories?

> editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics this year, while JoeyQ left marvel
> to go work with another comic company(DC Comics)?

This scenario is probably not possible--DC has hired many of the writers JoeyQ alienated. Their sales are up, why would they want to go the other way?

As far as Hudlin being E-I-C, does he want the job? He might make a pretty good editor in chief for all I know. I don't care for his Panther, but that is more of an opinion than a rant. It isn't my kind of stories, that's all. I don't know that Mr. Hudlin has any desire to be E-I-C. I know he has some magazine editorial experience, right? Ah well, speculation is fun.

Bubba
>
> How would Black Panther(and marvel)fanboys react towards this?
>
> Would Marvel Comics remain the same or different(or different in
> someway or another)?
>
> What would marvel(and BP) do about this sort of thing?
>
> Would Reggie Hudlin still be the writer of Black Panther?
>
> Would the internet break in half?
>
> And most importantly, would this event inspire more and more
> American blacks(especially, american black kids and teens) to
> follow in Reggie Hudlin's footsteps or will it just generate
> a few american blacks to do so?
>
> So then, any questions/answers/theories?


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