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Posted: Mon Jul 06, 2015 at 11:21:54 am CDT (Viewed 790 times)
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    It's a pattern repeated elsewhere, Grant Morrison on Action Comics for example, freelance creators who come to a title, overhaul it to great acclaim, only to exit after only a year or so. A year being not long enough to stamp anything of lasting value onto either book or audience.

Was Morrison "shown the door" on his Action Comics run? It would explain a lot.

Not evicted no, I was drawing a parallel between his relatively short and successful run and those of Jeff Lemire on Green Arrow, and James Robinson on Earth-2. Among others.
DC have had very successful freelance writers over the last four or more years, but never make any effort to keep them in place. Quite the opposite...

The intellecual property comes before any creator getting too big and popular.

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