Source: @toodiesel on Twitter
God, we love Twitter. Superstar DC creator Sean Murphy was pissed off on Twitter yesterday when he learned that someone on the Batman Beyond team cropped his batmobile out of a cover for the series, resulting in the following exchange between Murphy and fellow DC creator Brett Booth:
Someone on the BATMAN BEYOND team cropped my cover w/o asking, removing a Batmobile in the bg. Glad I quit that book. pic.twitter.com/WzZDaKAB6K— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) August 14, 2013
@Sean_G_Murphy don't take to too personally, the Logo is far more important than the art;)— Brett Booth (@Demonpuppy) August 14, 2013
@Demonpuppy The editor called the background cityscape "empty" and wanted me to fill it with more characters. Almost lost my shit.— Sean Gordon Murphy (@Sean_G_Murphy) August 14, 2013
@Sean_G_Murphy yeah sometimes I just don't agree with them. I stopped doing multiple covers for awhile after a similar experience.— Brett Booth (@Demonpuppy) August 14, 2013
@Sean_G_Murphy sometimes people just don't click. It happens.— Brett Booth (@Demonpuppy) August 14, 2013
Murphy isn't saying this is something that happens all the time at DC:
Or maybe he's just afraid to imply otherwise.
The pair quickly went into damage control mode:
Brett Booth knows not to bite the hand that feeds him:
Guys, we appreciate your tact, but you're doing it wrong.
Stay tuned to the Outhouse as we blow more things out of proportion.
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