GHERU wrote:why are people still surprised by this?
he works in a comic book store and never heard of Tony Bedard up until recently
doesn't know what "fired" means
thinks Batwoman was the flagship character of DC
never reads books by people he never heard of or were indy stars...except for the fact that 90% of all mainstream writers started off on the indy circuit, including Bendis, Morrison, and Remender - so by definition he should never have read them and will never read another comic once the current crop of writers retire...
What is this obsession you have with my thing over DC's "flagship book". Get this. in a conversation with my boss, he said that, given that DC had NAMED THE COMPANY after Detective Comics, he felt that the book should always be treated as the flagship book of the company. I thought this was pretty accurate, given the murderers row of talent on the book the last few years. This was UNTIL, they fired Snyder off the book, fired Jock, and replaced them with TONY FUCKING DANIELS.
And yes, I do know the definition of "fired". Jock was working, for DC, on Detective Comics. Now he's not, and I don't see him working on anything right now, despite DC having 52 books. If that's not "we no longer require your services", I don't know what is. Prove me wrong. Show me the DC book he's working on right now.