Check out this guest strip by Mark Waid on The Gutters, which parodies Wally Wood's 21 Panels that Always Work.
Source: The Gutters
Mark Waid was the guest writer at last week's episode of the popular webcomic The Gutters (Jeremy Rock was the artist), and he used the opportunity to pay tribute to Wally Wood's famous 22 Panels That Always Work, a series of examples of efficient and effective comics storytelling techniques. Waid takes the opposite approach, and in doing so, takes a shot at DC fat cat Geoff Johns as well. It would be pretty rude for us to post the image here, since the comic is only one page, so we'll just tell you to go check it out over at The Gutters.
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