Jim Lee has been nominated for Spike TV's All Access Game Changer Award for his work on the DCnU, showing disgruntled readers exactly where to place the blame.
DC Comics put out a press release announcing that Jim Lee was nominated for the award because he "rebooted and revitalized the DC Universe with The New 52." For the past ten months, fans have been wondering who to hate for destroying their beloved DC Universe. Mustache-twirling supervillain Dan Didio (a likely candidate)? The inept corporate stooges at Warner Bros.? Superstar artist Rob Liefeld, currently writing and drawing 37 of the 52 DCnU books?
Well, the matter is settled. It's Jim Lee's fault. That bastard!
The awards will take place on July 13 at San Diego Comic Con. Go vote for him here.
Written or Contributed by: Jude Terror
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