Bajillion Time Eisner Best Colorist Award winner Dave Stewart was glad to announce that DC Comics had apologized to him today for... something. We're not sure what they did, because if Stewart had mentioned it on Twitter previously, we can't find it. We're sure he deserved the apology though. He's Dave Stewart. Don't screw with him!
We're not here to talk about that though, because Stewart has moved on, as you'll see below, and if he's not going to make a big deal out of it, we're not. What was really interesting was the ensuing conversation between Stewart, writer Brian Wood, colorist Kelly Fitzpatrick, and some others in which Wood describes a "recent run" where his scripts were changed "on every issue." Wood describes it as a frequent problem that happens at "a lot of publishers," at least, when doing work for hire.
Here's what went down:
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Juicy stuff! Of course, it would be great if we knew what either of them were talking about! Then again, not knowing for sure just means we get to SPECULATE! So post your best rumors and gossip in the comments below!
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