Look, here's the problem I have with this.
As an educator, one of the things that scares me to death is sexual harassment. I always worry that a student will make that claim just to get me in trouble. Even if I'm innocent, I'm screwed. That's the problem with this. Wood is getting screwed because this story blew up and it turns out that he didn't really do anything that terrible.
Making claims about being sexually harassed by someone need to be treated more delicately than by Twitter.
Well, that's not how the world works today. Because of stuff like Twitter, information spreads rapidly. People's racist halloween costume photos, which might once have been seen by five people and never again, are on the front page of Gawker. If you're in a career where you're a public figure, you have to be careful. You say he didn't do anything that terrible, and I agree there are degrees to things, but the story as relayed by Fowler is at the very least borderline, and, according to her, not the only one. If true, he was taking that risk every time.
I would advise, as a teacher, you don't meet up with your students in a hotel lobby and repeatedly try to sleep with them. Probably, you shouldn't try to sleep with them at all, since they're students and you're a teacher, and it would be unethical. To maybe a little lesser degree, the same could be said of an established comic book pro and an up and coming one, especially if she is making it clear she's looking for a business relationship and not a romantic or sexual one (again, if her story is accurate).