> I don't know where the other writers or other artists were, but it seems like a slap in the face to other Panther creators and fans when Hudlin has all types of control over this cartoon, just because he is writing the comic book and he wants the cartoon to be only HIS vision.
> Like I said before in another post, he has done a great job in getting the cartoon onto BET, BUT he should hand over the creative process to other writers, etc. instead of ALSO writing the cartoon.
> Instead of giving fans two interpretations of Panther, we will be treated to the SAME Panther as we are getting in the current comic, which WILL turn off Panther fans who do not like the current Panther comic, due to the writing.
> And how is it logical for the cartoon to be exactly the same as the CURRENT comic book? I can understand if it was being based on a past incarnation, but a current one? This will definitely alienate those who do not like Hudlin's run, but would have checked out the cartoon had Hudlin NOT ben writing it.
> And if sales of Hudlin's comic are low, how does it make sense for him to write a cartoon where the viewership might be low, based on the same reasons why the comic book are low?
> How is any of this logical?
> The bottom line is, I think the cartoon needs another writer...that way the people who love Hudlin's writing on the comic can still get the comic, and those who don't like his writing can hopefully like the cartoon if it is written by someone else. But Hudlin writing the comic AND the cartoon while running BET just seems like overkill to me.
Not defending anybody, but has anybody seen a script yet? Can't judge anything without a script. Television is a whole different medium then comics. A six issue story can be told in like two episodes. BUt we really don't know anything until a script surfaces.
I am just happy That Bp is getting a Show. I read somewhere that Dwayne Mcduffie will also be involved. Can't know knock Dwayne , Liked his take on the fantastic four, and loved The Episodes of JLA and Static Shock he did. Think he did a couple episodes of Batman Beyond.
No, I have not seen any scripts, but since this cartoon will be written by the same writer as the comic book, how different can we expect the two mediums to be, dialogue-wise and such?
Now, this will be Heaven for people who love Hudlin's Panther run, but for those who don't, such as myself, it could be a problem watching the cartoon.
I mean, I WANT to watch the cartoon so badly,BUT knowing Hudlin will be writing it is giving me second thoughts. And all I have to do is re-read all the issues from his current run to KNOW why I am having second thoughts about watching the cartoon.