A couple weeks ago, Chelsea Cain took to Twitter to talk about the cancellation of The Vision, despite her stating that Marvel Comics wanted her to stay "clean and quiet" regarding the cancellation of the series, which she did not do.
This week Cain opened up to The Daily Beast regarding her speaking up and Marvel's feelings on the matter.
"Yeah, I'm dead to them. Trust me," Cain says brightly. "I guess there is that freedom of being like, well, I don't have to worry about that anymore!"
She also touched on why she felt she needed to speak out on the topic.
"I have so many friends who work in comics who this kind of stuff happens to in one form or another, not uncommonly, and nobody can speak up," she says. "They're always told what messages they can share and the things that they're supposed to lie about. And you have to do it because otherwise, you won't have the next job. And it's not just Marvel Comics, it's a freelancer economy, in a way I think that most people do not understand."
Cain's newest creator-owned comic Maneaters #1 is set to release September 26.