Dave Galanter
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Thatguy

In Reply To
vermin

Subj: Re: That arguement is antiquated.
Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 02:28:35 pm EDT
Reply Subj: That arguement is antiquated.
Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2007 at 02:19:08 pm EDT

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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.

> 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.

No other series has ever used half as many crossovers and guest stars in such a blatant attempt to push up sales. If Hudlin had half an idea of what he was doing, why has the Cannibal plot been dangling since the first arc?


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