SporkBot wrote:Buddy of mine on a different forum posted this:
So I was on the money about the dream sequence thing. As were others who figured this for being a 4th Wall breaking vibe a la Deadpool.
Which is not really the point. Nor is his taking the blame... Well, it is nonsensical. He says it's his fault for not writing the page more clearly? Did Amanda Conner get his point? Then job done. It's not the writer's job, when writing a page of script for a comic, to step back and say "huh... Ok, my artist will be ok, but if some anonymous person pulls this page out at random and turns it into a public contest,neopoint the context make sense? Hmm... Maybe I should take another swack at it."
No, it's got nothing to do with him, or his script as it relates to the book he is writing. The point, as has been said many times, is how can anyone at DC have taken the page, as written, and said "all by itself, this page in a vacuum, this will be PERFECT for our contest and can in NO WAY be misconstrued!"
It's that lack of PR self-awareness, in my opinion.