Written by ThanosCopter
on Wednesday, June 25 2014 and posted in News with Benefits
The creator made an inflammatory statement today on Twitter.
Mark Waid is known for expressing opinions about a lot of things. Comics, creator rights, executives at various publishing companies. But traditionally, Waid has kept mum on his thoughts about various time zones until today.
"I obviously hate Pacific Standard Time," the creator said in a not at all taken out of context quote. Waid made the comment in response to non-Pacific Standard Time hating creator John Layman while talking about a Bleeding Cool article that claimed he was speaking out against DC's recently changed creator policy. We're not sure how that turned into a condemnation of California, Oregon, Washington and a few other states, but obviously, he made this statement and people should get really upset at him about it.
See the full damning quote here and prepare to rail against him for things he obviously said and meant.
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