| > > > http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-comic26-2008jul26,0,3424114.story|
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> > > Should Hudlin both write the comic and direct the cartoon? unethical in my opinion, but if he was to abdicate one, would you rather have him give up direting the animated or stop writting for marvel?
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> > > I know the consensus may be both, but as for now, let's be realistic...optimism will follow later...
> > "UNETHICAL"???
> > Are you actually saying that Reggie writing both a comic book and a TV series is a MORAL issue??
> > Do you feel the same way about Joss Wedon when he wrote both Buffy the TV series and the comic?
> Big difference. Joss wasn't the exec who green lighted Buffy. In addition, it's his own property.
> The ethical concern likely comes from the fact that Hudlin would/could benefit outside his BET contract by using BET resources. He's on their payroll to work on BET's behalf, not his own.
> That said, it's really a minor issue. Black Panther isn't an original property, after all and I doubt Hudlin would make too much from the series, even if it bumps up Panther sales. A simple waiver could fix everything, I'd bet.
Either way, I just want both the comic and the cartoon to be good, and to do well.