Dave Galanter
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vermin

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AndrewMTC

Subj: You rang????
Posted: Fri Nov 16, 2007 at 03:01:09 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: BP: The "Global Captain America"?
Posted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 at 05:08:22 pm EST

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> Only if it came from Priest would it have been true. Priest was like the best writer and most honest person that ever worked for Marvel.

This thread had absolutely zero to do with Priest, but thanks for taking it there. I hate to see someone with whom I don't disagree in theory act so trollishly. Hudlin's faults are his own, and really have nothing to do with Priest. Hudlin's job at Marvel was also not gained as a trade for Priest - Priest walked away from Marvel, and Marvel wanted to hire Hudlin as a writer. That's that. I for one would rather their positions be reversed, but I also realize that their respective careers are not codependent.

If you were to compare the content of the books, that would be more understandable (though done to death by now - sides have all been chosen). But their "honesty" in relation to each other? And based on a plan that could have been mitigated over time by any number of factors in Hudlin's head or his editors' (as often happens in this business and others)? This just reeks of flamebait. I, a noted "Hudlin-basher," want to go on record as not agreeing with this kind of pointless statement at all.

vermin, direct your responses to someone else \:\)

Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!





Pretty good for a covert Hudlin basher. lol

> > Only if it came from Priest would it have been true. Priest was like the best writer and most honest person that ever worked for Marvel.
>
> This thread had absolutely zero to do with Priest, but thanks for taking it there. I hate to see someone with whom I don't disagree in theory act so trollishly. Hudlin's faults are his own, and really have nothing to do with Priest. Hudlin's job at Marvel was also not gained as a trade for Priest - Priest walked away from Marvel, and Marvel wanted to hire Hudlin as a writer. That's that. I for one would rather their positions be reversed, but I also realize that their respective careers are not codependent.
>
> If you were to compare the content of the books, that would be more understandable (though done to death by now - sides have all been chosen). But their "honesty" in relation to each other? And based on a plan that could have been mitigated over time by any number of factors in Hudlin's head or his editors' (as often happens in this business and others)? This just reeks of flamebait. I, a noted "Hudlin-basher," want to go on record as not agreeing with this kind of pointless statement at all.
>
> vermin, direct your responses to someone else \:\)
>
> Check it out: Shu and I (and FLCL) teamed up!
>
>
>
>


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