Rob Liefeld's former editor at DC has left the company, and Rob is nothing but professional and courteous in his response.
Source: Bleeding Cool
Last month, Rob Liefeld left DC Comics in a hail of Twitter ranting worthy of Charlie Sheen. Most of the complaints centered around DC's editorial interference, specifically from a certain editor who Liefeld noted, in behavior worthy of awards for candor if not tact, had a small penis. Today, Brian Smith announced that he was leaving DC Comics on Twitter:
Last day at DC this Friday! Good times, learned a LOT (good and bad). Back to freelance and creator owned comics for me. :-)
So I walked out of DC due to my editor's incompetence. Now he's gone. #funny
Responding to fan questions about whether this could signal a return to producing 10% of DC's books, Liefeld responded "No chance."
Ladies and Gentleman, Rob Liefeld, a true gentleman.
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