Also, I'm pretty sure Hudlin is currently president of either BET or TV One, so he might be busy.
> > 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.
> > 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?
> Also, I'm pretty sure Hudlin is currently president of either BET or TV One, so he might be busy.
"President of Entertainment" of BET, to be exact.
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