Dave Galanter
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vermin

In Reply To
Thatguy

Subj: That arguement is antiquated.
Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 02:19:08 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Define success
Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2007 at 11:41:18 am EDT

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As the sales figures show, left on it's own merits, Panther sales plummet. But when riding off the popularity of other series, like X-Men, House of M, Fantastic Four, etc. it has respectable sales (which history has shown us will then drop).

Guess I'm old fashioned, in that I consider success to be standing on one's own merits, and not being completely dependant on other, better writers. I'd also consider success being able to retain those new readers in a meaningful fashion, but I guess that puts me in the minority.

You've been saying that garabage for weeks. That's what happens in every other comic book, but in the case of the Black Panther, who you supposedly are a fan of, it's off limits. And what a suprise, coming from you. The series is a success.

> As the sales figures show, left on it's own merits, Panther sales plummet. But when riding off the popularity of other series, like X-Men, House of M, Fantastic Four, etc. it has respectable sales (which history has shown us will then drop).
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> Guess I'm old fashioned, in that I consider success to be standing on one's own merits, and not being completely dependant on other, better writers. I'd also consider success being able to retain those new readers in a meaningful fashion, but I guess that puts me in the minority.


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