Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Mikel Midnight

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Subj: Re: And Was Alonso Fired? Of course he was...
Posted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 at 12:31:42 pm EST (Viewed 438 times)
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      He also alienated many professionals who went on to DC.

    He 'alienated' them by asking work to be delivered on time and stopping writers from editing their own books.

They also went on to do highly successful and well-selling comics for DC, so it was their gain.


      I stopped collecting Marvel during Shooter's tenure and never really looked back.

    May I ask why (specifically)?

The Marvel that I grew up with and loved was admittedly sometimes late and plagues with reprints, but the comics were very indidual and had strong creative visions. The comics that came out under Shooter struck me as bland and stodgy, as well as grotesquely overselling the mutant line (and I was originally a fan of Claremont's X-Men). After a few years of this, I not only stopped liking the COMICS, I even stopped caring about the CHARACTERS. DC has messed with their characters and continuity in many ways but, with the exception of Batman, I still maintain at least a vague interest in what they're doing and consider picking up a DC title. I have zero interest in any of the Marvel characters and still pretty much ignore the line.

Am I representative of the market? I'm not claiming that I am at all, but you asked \:\)

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